Last-minute cancellation of Air Nostrum's flight from Barajas airport in Granada at 11.50 am has caused problems for passengers. They have had to search for alternative routes to reach the city as there are no scheduled flights this afternoon.
There are several businessmen among the affected passengers who had been planning to fly to Granada with this Iberia flight. However, they were unable to move today on the AVE as the trains have sold out.
If it didn't rain pouring down with the deficit in Granada’s communications, then the question would be an anecdote as well as a punctual annoyance. Granada's business organizations have reacted to this setback with anger. They are on a crusade for improvements.
It is unacceptable and should be reported to the authorities of Granada. Joaquin Rubio, manager of the Granada Chamber of Commerce, stated that a flight was suddenly cancelled in the middle of the holiday weekend. There is no other way to get to Granada.
He believes today's episode highlights two issues. "That the supply of both train and plane is inadequate and that Granada could be treated with impunity."
He said, "We demand answers from Iberia, and we demand a Granada authorities energetic response so that these events don't occur, and so that we have options if they do happen."