Croatia Airlines: In extraordinary circumstances, the priority is passengers whose trips should start in 72 hours at the latest

first_imgIn accordance with the new situation related to the coronavirus epidemic, Croatia Airlines, as a national airline, is continuously adapting its business activities to the current epidemiological situation in Croatia and abroad and the recommendations of the Croatian and world public health authorities.  Zbog toga je tvrtka, uz dosadašnje telefonske brojeve Kontakt centra 6676 555  i 072 – 500 505,  otvorila i dodatni broj telefona 0800 – 7777 kako bi se svim putnicima u najkraćem mogućem roku izašlo u susret i regulirala sva njihova prava. Osim toga, mobilizirani su i dodatni ljudski potencijali prodajnog osoblja i to na nekoliko lokacija unutar tvrtke, navode iz CA. “Zbog velikog broja telefonskih poziva, a s ciljem što veće operativne učinkovitosti,  kompanija je u aktualnoj situaciji prisiljena prioritet dati putnicima čija putovanja trebaju početi najkasnije za 72 sata. Svi ostali korisnici usluga mole se za razumijevanje i strpljenje, a pritom treba naglasiti da će svaki putnik i svaka zrakoplovna karta biti obrađeni i to u skladu s prilagođenim pravilima, koje je tvrtka donijela zbog epidemije koronavirusa” naglašavaju u priopćenju iz CA te zaključuju kako svi putnici trebaju kontaktirati prodajno osoblje Croatia Airlinesa prije datuma planiranog putovanja. This is a basic precondition for regulating their travel rights, which includes an agreement on travel arrangements in the post-epidemic period.center_img As the CA points out in a new statement, in these extraordinary circumstances, priority is given to passengers, especially those who have already purchased tickets for domestic and international flights. Photo: CAlast_img read more

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Tipp lose out to Wexford

first_imgElsewhere, Tyrone have been relegated from Division 1 after drawing against Kerry by a 1-14 to 0-17 score line.Dublin beat Monaghan to take second spot, but both teams advance to the semi-final stage.Mayo and Donegal drew 1-9 to 0-12 but it’s Donegal who advance to the knockout round.Top of the table Cork lost to a relegated Derry by 2-15 to 1-11.In Division 2 Roscommon beat Westmeath 2-13 to 0-12 to gain promotion to Division 1, relegating their opponents in the process.Down also confirmed their promotion with a 3-12 to 1-15 win over Laois.Kildare have been relegated after 3-12 to 1-12 defeat in Galway.Meath beat Cavan 0-14 to 0-12.Fermanagh and Armagh were already guaranteed promotion from Division 3.Both lost to Clare and Sligo respectively.Wexford have been relegated despite fighting back to beat Tipperary 2-15 to 2-12 and Limerick beat Louth by 2 points. Louth have also been relegated.Longford and Offaly have been promoted from Division 4Longford beat Carlow 1-18 to 1-12, Offaly defeated Antrim 1-13 to 1-7 and London beat Wicklow 2-8 to 0-12.In Division Three next season it will be Clare, Limerick, Tipp, Kildare, Westmeath, Offaly, Longford, Sligo. Tipp led 2-8 to 0-6 points at half time but were outscored by 2-9 to four points in the second half. At full-time it finished Tipperary 2-12 Wexford 2-15.Tipp manager Peter Creedon credited Wexford’s second half performance.last_img read more

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