Holidaymakers stuck whilst travel firm collapse

For thousands of Britons and their families it was expected to be the best kick start of a well-earned break in the sunny weather.

But it wasn’t thought that amidst everything going well they might have to face the misery yesterday after dwindle of budget holiday firm Goldtrail, which is veteran in trips to Greece and Turkey.

After the misery everything turned negative starting from the cancellation of all outgoing flights with Goldtrail, tarnishing the holiday campaigns of thousands of the Britons in the UK this weekend, entailing more than
400 flights from Scottish airports.

Many passengers were agitated as it took up almost nine hours for them to be informed of their flying destiny of the Surrey-based group, which turned into management at 4pm on Friday.

It is calculated that more than 50,000 people booked their travel flights with Goldtrail now which might affected for the rest of the summer.

There was furious drama amongst 180 passengers at Glasgow Airport during the early hours yesterday. Reportedly they were expected to disembark the airport on an 8.45pm Friday flight to the Turkish route of Bodrum and were finally informed that it was delayed.