Volare, oh oh.

To keep the routine, I planned travelling to Italy and then to Bruxelles.

November the 17th, I bought a flight ticket to Rome by Volare, low-cost Italian company.

The cost was probably too low, as the company declared failure on the 19th.

Nobody called, no e-mail messages, but, as usual, a family information (this time coming from my sister) informing about the situation (she had bought another ticket to Paris).

It’s not my lucky month, and still there is a week to go.

3 thoughts on “Volare, oh oh.”

  1. Hello Paolo,

    I hope you have a luckier month in December!

    Here are my corrections:

    To keep the routine, I planned to travel to Italy and then to Bruxelles.

    On November the 17th, I bought a flight ticket to Rome by Volare, the low-cost Italian company.

    The cost was probably too low, as the company was declared bankrupt on the 19th.

    Nobody called, no e-mail messages, but, as usual, I got some family information (this time coming from my sister) informing me about the situation (she had bought another ticket to Paris).

    It?s not my lucky month, and there is still a week to go.

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  2. Low cost flights are exactly what they represent, low cost, low service and finally LOW consideration of their clients.
    Hope you’re lucky with your future flights!
    Cheers! Andy

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  3. Not all the low cost companies are the same… try ryanair: good service, good prices and always on time
    Lucia
    (a ryanair fan since they started the Stockholm-Rome route)

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