Midsea-Express Service Interruption
Midsea-Express cancels all flights from June 1 to June 4.
Until April this year, Midsea-Express announced their maintenance schedules 3 to 4 weeks before the service interruption. So one could either book an earlier flight or travel by sea.
But the newest Maintenance Check from June 1 to 4 they simply have missed. On their website they still announce the service interruption in April.
And worse, passengers who had booked the CAM-CEB flight of tomorrow, June 1, were informed about the cancellation only yesterday afternoon around 4:30 PM.
Quo vadis Midsea-Express?
[Editor’s comment:] It is really difficult to operate an airline with only one aircraft. Let’s hope that Midsea-Express soon earns enough to buy a second one.
On the other hand it shouldn’t be so difficult to calculate the exact dates for A, B and C-Checks in advance. The check intervals are in function of the number of operating hours and the number of starts and landings. The latter two numbers should be equal . Why not calculate in advance and inform travelers 6 or 12 months ahead. With this calculation they also should be able not to sell tickets for these dates!