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Their six-hour flight to Manchester was due to depart at 1. But many Tui holidaymakers staying on Boa Vista island had suffered gastric illness. Elizabeth Williams from Cumbria, 59, had suffered from sickness and diarrhoea.
So along with around two dozen other passengers, she complied. The captain then ordered all of those who indicated they had been ill to leave the aircraft for a medical check. Everyone refused, and the Tui representatives relented and said they could re-board the plane. But the captain refused to allow them back on the aircraft. The captain then addressed the offloaded passengers. Yet the 2,mile direct route from Boa Vista to Manchester remains well clear of the African mainland.
It passes close to the Atlantic islands of Tenerife and Madeira, and near Santiago in northwest Spain. The offloaded passengers were kept in the terminal for five hours, during which time they were given two small bottles of water but no food. This strange formality took place at around 9pm, about the time the plane was due to be landing at Manchester.
Some of the group managed to return the following day on a Manchester flight, but Ms Williams and her mother were delayed for two further days. They were flown to Gatwick, and put in a taxi for the mile journey to Manchester. Rather than reaching home in Cumbria on Sunday evening, they arrived in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Others waited even longer and were flown to Manchester via the nearby island of Sal and Brussels.
Alternative flights to the UK were then arranged, along with any transport where necessary. We are in contact with all affected customers to apologise for any inconvenience to their holiday. We all feel angered and disappointed. But they are considering collective legal action.