Flights cancelled or outraged For passengers who wish to fly by plane from Granada, Madrid or vice versa, this is the trend. In 48 hours, four air connections were suspended.
Friday, July 8th, it was announced that the Air Nostrum flight from Barajas airport to Alhambra at 11:50 am was cancelled and that no other flights were scheduled that day. There was no alternative to traveling by AVE. There was only one option: to take the bus or spend the night in the capital.
It was also impossible to make the Granada-Madrid afternoon connection. Traveling by bus was the only option for affected passengers. One of the ticket holders who chose to travel on the road claimed that this was the only option for 90% of affected passengers.
For those who had already planned their trip, the frustrating situation is back this Sunday. Iberia's flight, which was scheduled to depart at 11:50 am, has been cancelled due to "technical issues." Following the cancellation, the airline informed the passengers that the plane had a problem and could not take off.
According to Aena's flight information page, the afternoon flight from Granada to Madrid was also cancelled. The room will be ready in 48 hours.
Around 80 passengers were unable to fly from Barajas Madrid to Federico Garcia Lorca Airport. Alternatives offered by the company to its clients include a bus provided directly by the company, which approximately 30 people have used, AVE land connection, or waiting for the next flight, which must depart Madrid-Barajas at last minute. pm.
People who wanted to fly from Granada, Melilla at the beginning of the month were faced with other problems. Carlos Bravo, one affected, posted on Twitter that the GRA-MEL flight at 4.20 p.m. was delayed due to it first having to reach Melilla, Almeria, and then return to Granada to take them to Melilla. At 5:30 p.m. passengers are told they can board but are asked to take their hand luggage as "the Melilla Airport has been closed." This situation outraged him and others who had purchased tickets to fly to the Spanish autonomous town. It is true, others described the "move" of the "guard court".