Policy won't be followed
An Island based ticket provider says it has no intention to practice the ticket 'overselling' policy used by other international carriers.
It comes after a Bride woman was turned away from her British Airways flight to London last week - despite having booked a £300 ticket months in advance.
The case stirred outrage among residents, and passenger rights group TravelWatch described the business model as 'unethical'.
But Citywing boss David Buck, whose firm operates only smaller aircraft, says it isn't something he'd permit: