Dozens of passengers booked on Fly Hermes, a new Maltese airline owned by a Sicilian family, were yesterday left stranded at Torino, Comiso and Malta airports.

Angry passengers told Times of Malta the flights had been cancelled without prior notice or justification. They were only informed on arrival at the airport.

“I was scheduled to fly from Torino to Malta, via Comiso, with Fly Hermes and was told that my flight was suddenly cancelled. When I asked what was going on, the staff at the airport told me they didn’t know,” a 45-year-old Maltese passenger said from Torino.

A fuming 30-year-old Italian woman said: “I had to fly to Comiso yesterday at 7.30am. When I arrived at the airport I was told that my flight was not on.

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