Rocky Mountaineer says it is extending the suspension of its 2020 travel season until 31JUL, 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated government restrictions.
The company previously suspended service through 30JUN.
“It is with much regret that we announce this extension of our travel suspension,” said Steve Sammut, president and chief executive officer, Rocky Mountaineer.
“With numerous travel restrictions in place globally, airlines having limited flight availability, many of our operational partners having suspended their services, and other challenges, it has become impossible for us to start our operations in JUL.”
Guests on a suspended departure will receive a future travel credit valued at 110% valid for travel through to the end of the 2022 season. The booking deadline for the future travel credit is 30NOV, 2021.
Rocky Mountaineer says it is also holding its 2021 rail prices at the 2020 level.
“We hope by offering the future travel credit, consistent rail pricing, flexibility with rebooking, and package rebooking guarantee we can make it as seamless as possible for our guests to plan their future travel,” said Sammut.
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