Rocky Mountaineer Suspends Operations Until The End Of July

May 14, 2020

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and related government restrictions, Rocky Mountaineer will extend its 2020 travel season suspension to the end of July.

This suspension will extend all existing departures to June.

“It is a pity that we announced an extension of the travel suspension period,” said Steve Sammut, President and CEO of Rocky Mountaineer.

“Due to the numerous travel restrictions around the world, the limited supply of airline flights, many of our operating partners have suspended services, and other challenges, so we can no longer start operations in July.”

Guests who are suspended will receive a payment of 110% of the future travel credit, valid until the end of the 2022 season.

“We were very disappointed and were unable to start our travel season as planned.

“This global pandemic is indeed unprecedented, and we will continue to evaluate how it will affect our operations.

Sammut said: “We hope to provide our guests with the ability to plan their future trips as seamlessly as possible by providing future travel credits, consistent railway prices, flexibility in rebooking, and guarantees for package rebooking. ”

“Rocky Mountaineer is committed to providing these guests with a world-class experience, and with the possibility of global conditions, it is possible.”