park ‘n fly must pay $2,000 after burlington pair misses flightpark ‘n fly must pay $2,000 after burlington pair misses flightpark ‘n fly must pay $2,000 after burlington pair misses flight

by:YEROO     2019-09-15
Michael and Margaret brenahan found out with chagrinand expense —
Park names on popular parking lots near Toronto Pearson International Airport are only partially accurate in their case. They parked.
They did not fly.
In a recent small claims court case in Brampton, this ultimately resulted in the loss of nearly $2,000 to Park \'N Fly corporation.
On October, the Burlington couple and two friends went to Fort Lauderdale.
Go on a cruise vacation.
At 6: 29 that morning, two couples arrived at the park, which they thought gave them enough time to catch their flight at 8: 25.
Bresnahan sent his spouse and other couples to a shuttle bus shelter and stopped the car.
They were told that the next bus would arrive in two or three minutes. So they waited. And waited. And waited. By 7 a. m.
In his decision, deputy judge Martin Klein wrote that they called three times using a service phone to ask when the shuttle bus arrived, \"always told the bus to be on the road \".
This is true because the shuttle bus will pass through the shelter.
They just can\'t stop.
\"After the fourth shuttle passed, Margaret Bresnahan was clearly frustrated,\" Klein added . \".
At this point, six more people joined the line.
Finally, the brenashans and other couples were picked up at 7: 25 A. M. m.
They begged the driver to be taken first to Terminal 1 as they realized they were in danger of missing their flight.
\"The driver never responded,\" Klein wrote . \".
When the two couples finally arrived on the departure line of Air Canada, they were told that there was not enough time to process them and that there was not enough time to clean up security and the US. S. customs.
They were forced to buy four.
Later in the morning, take a flight from another airline to Miami, and then take a taxi to Fort Lauderdale to meet the cruise ship.
When they returned home, Bresnahan described the situation to a fly representative in the park.
\"No, we\'re sorry\'
\"There was no even offer to forgive the parking fee,\" the judge wrote . \".
The judge pointed to the company\'s own website and rejected Park \'N Fly\'s defense of the claim, which read \"our 24/7 shuttle allows us to arrive at the airport on time every time\" and \"self parking and economy: start every 15 to 20 minutes.
\"Klein gave the Burlington couple $1,312, which included the cost of four tickets, the cost of a taxi to Fort Lauderdale and a refund for the weekly cost of Park \'N Fly, plus a $550 legal fee.
The judge refused to award punitive damages of $3,000. sbuist@thespec. com 905-526-
3226 Michael and Margaret Bresnahan found with chagrinand expense —
Park names on popular parking lots near Toronto Pearson International Airport are only partially accurate in their case. They parked.
They did not fly.
In a recent small claims court case in Brampton, this ultimately resulted in the loss of nearly $2,000 to Park \'N Fly corporation.
On October, the Burlington couple and two friends went to Fort Lauderdale.
Go on a cruise vacation.
At 6: 29 that morning, two couples arrived at the park, which they thought gave them enough time to catch their flight at 8: 25.
Bresnahan sent his spouse and other couples to a shuttle bus shelter and stopped the car.
They were told that the next bus would arrive in two or three minutes. So they waited. And waited. And waited. By 7 a. m.
In his decision, deputy judge Martin Klein wrote that they called three times using a service phone to ask when the shuttle bus arrived, \"always told the bus to be on the road \".
This is true because the shuttle bus will pass through the shelter.
They just can\'t stop.
\"After the fourth shuttle passed, Margaret Bresnahan was clearly frustrated,\" Klein added . \".
At this point, six more people joined the line.
Finally, the brenashans and other couples were picked up at 7: 25 A. M. m.
They begged the driver to be taken first to Terminal 1 as they realized they were in danger of missing their flight.
\"The driver never responded,\" Klein wrote . \".
When the two couples finally arrived on the departure line of Air Canada, they were told that there was not enough time to process them and that there was not enough time to clean up security and the US. S. customs.
They were forced to buy four.
Later in the morning, take a flight from another airline to Miami, and then take a taxi to Fort Lauderdale to meet the cruise ship.
When they returned home, Bresnahan described the situation to a fly representative in the park.
\"No, we\'re sorry\'
\"There was no even offer to forgive the parking fee,\" the judge wrote . \".
The judge pointed to the company\'s own website and rejected Park \'N Fly\'s defense of the claim, which read \"our 24/7 shuttle allows us to arrive at the airport on time every time\" and \"self parking and economy: start every 15 to 20 minutes.
\"Klein gave the Burlington couple $1,312, which included the cost of four tickets, the cost of a taxi to Fort Lauderdale and a refund for the weekly cost of Park \'N Fly, plus a $550 legal fee.
The judge refused to award punitive damages of $3,000. sbuist@thespec. com 905-526-
3226 Michael and Margaret Bresnahan found with chagrinand expense —
Park names on popular parking lots near Toronto Pearson International Airport are only partially accurate in their case. They parked.
They did not fly.
In a recent small claims court case in Brampton, this ultimately resulted in the loss of nearly $2,000 to Park \'N Fly corporation.
On October, the Burlington couple and two friends went to Fort Lauderdale.
Go on a cruise vacation.
At 6: 29 that morning, two couples arrived at the park, which they thought gave them enough time to catch their flight at 8: 25.
Bresnahan sent his spouse and other couples to a shuttle bus shelter and stopped the car.
They were told that the next bus would arrive in two or three minutes. So they waited. And waited. And waited. By 7 a. m.
In his decision, deputy judge Martin Klein wrote that they called three times using a service phone to ask when the shuttle bus arrived, \"always told the bus to be on the road \".
This is true because the shuttle bus will pass through the shelter.
They just can\'t stop.
\"After the fourth shuttle passed, Margaret Bresnahan was clearly frustrated,\" Klein added . \".
At this point, six more people joined the line.
Finally, the brenashans and other couples were picked up at 7: 25 A. M. m.
They begged the driver to be taken first to Terminal 1 as they realized they were in danger of missing their flight.
\"The driver never responded,\" Klein wrote . \".
When the two couples finally arrived on the departure line of Air Canada, they were told that there was not enough time to process them and that there was not enough time to clean up security and the US. S. customs.
They were forced to buy four.
Later in the morning, take a flight from another airline to Miami, and then take a taxi to Fort Lauderdale to meet the cruise ship.
When they returned home, Bresnahan described the situation to a fly representative in the park.
\"No, we\'re sorry\'
\"There was no even offer to forgive the parking fee,\" the judge wrote . \".
The judge pointed to the company\'s own website and rejected Park \'N Fly\'s defense of the claim, which read \"our 24/7 shuttle allows us to arrive at the airport on time every time\" and \"self parking and economy: start every 15 to 20 minutes.
\"Klein gave the Burlington couple $1,312, which included the cost of four tickets, the cost of a taxi to Fort Lauderdale and a refund for the weekly cost of Park \'N Fly, plus a $550 legal fee.
The judge refused to award punitive damages of $3,000. sbuist@thespec. com 905-526-
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