SkyGreece Airlines stopped operating last Thursday after over a week of disrupted flights, and passenger rights activist is asking the Canadian Transportation Agency for an emergency order to protect and compensate stranded passengers. The advocate, Gabor Lukacs, says the CTA has the power to protect the approximately 1000 passengers who are affected by the cancellations. He is asking for an order to rebook stranded passengers on other airlines within 24 hours and to offer $8.7 million to cover passenger claims. The agency has given the airline until 5 pm on Monday to file a response to Kucacs’ request. So far, SkyGreece has posted to its website that unused tickets may be eligible for refunds from travel agencies and credit card companies in British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec.
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