SkyGreece Airlines flights in and out of Pearson Airport on Wednesday and Thursday have been abruptly cancelled for the second time in a week, affecting hundreds of passengers.
The airline grounded three flights on Wednesday, according to a statement from the airline.
“GW Flight 425 Athens-Zagreb-Toronto scheduled to depart Wednesday 26th of August; this flight is cancelled due to operational reasons,” the statement read, “GWFlight 428 Toronto-Budapest-Thessaloniki and GW Flight 427 Thessaloniki-Budapest-Toronto scheduled to depart Thursday 27th of August; cancelled due to operational reasons. Further information to follow.”
Last week, a flight out of Pearson was delayed for four days.
The airline’s social media accounts have also been taken down.
The flight instability is sparking rumors that the fledgling airline, which began passenger air service in 2014, could be grounding flights permanently.
Confused and disgruntled passengers have started a public group on Facebook to help stranded travelers discuss their experiences.
Passengers who are looking to recover expenses related to the delay can contact SkyGreece on their website, and can file a complaint with the Canadian Transportation Agency, or through the European Union.