The passengers complain which the situation is " caos". By the same author: Bill de Blasio. They must be pleased the hotel until they can return, some the 5 of September. The consul of Spain in New York remains with them. About two hundred Spanish tourists today crowded in the counters of the international airport John F. Kennedy to try to return to their homes, after the passage of the hurricane ' Irene' by New York it would bring about the cancellation of his flights during the weekend. The Spanish consul in the Great Apple, Fernando Villalonga, who moved there until trying to calm the spirits of the passengers, explained that in that airport there was east Monday between 150 and 200 travellers of the airline Air Europe, of flights as much cancelled Saturday and Sunday. " It is a chaos. They have not given nor date them for when they can fly and hotel nor manutencin" have not offered them; , it indicated the consul, who assured that he has met with the managers of the airline in New York to try that the Spaniards have " a safe date to be able to fly in six or seven das".
Villalonga showed that already this morning the General Consulate in the city took care of eighty people affected by the cancellations, most of they that traveled with Air Europe, and recognized that the spirit of the travellers was irritated before the impossibility who found many to return as soon as possible to Spain. The consul, who said that he will remain in the airport until he continues being fleeting Spaniards there, assured that although the Spanish authorities can do " little or nada" on the matter, yes they could manage the return to Spain of a person who was pending of urgent medical aid in that country. " A little has mounted folln, people has been put nervous because there are no atendido" to us; , it detailed to Tamara Gil, a passenger affected by the cancellations that assured the airline has refused to pay lodging to them or meals during these days and has been limited to offer to them to fill up a claim leaf and to provide to them with a telephone of aid to the client who communicates constantly. .