Nexus Airways

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Not looking good im afraid. According to Tuesday's 'Liverpool Echo' the tour opeartor they have apparently allocated everyone who booked with nexus on, has never been in touch with anyone from Nexus Airways.

I remember being at the launch @ LJLA and was astounded that such a young man had managed to achieve the dream that all of us have had. I so wanted him to succeed but if this story is true, i wouldn't like to be in his shoes.

Nexus R.I.P. :(

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From the website: "Nexus Airways serve the Canary Islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote

Our flights will operate at peak-periods, such as Christmas & New Year!

Nexus Airways originally planned to operate daily services out of Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the Islands, however we have had severe problems as our licensing partner ceased trading, which despite our best efforts, unfortunately we have been able to recover from. Therefore we hope to just take an allocation of seats on existing flights during the peak periods, until a time when we can establish new partners and seat sales justify whole aircraft operations ex Liverpool. You can check our availability and pricing for Christmas & New Year 2005 online, and If you want to book any of the flights listed then contact us! "

http://www.nexusairways.com/

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Interesting that their website is still linking to TravelExtras for car hire, car parks, etc. This independant company went bust a few weeks ago.

I wonder who they are booking pax on. Monarch maybe?

If I never got to the Canaries I don't think I would touch Nexus!

1L.