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Condor Jersey Consumer Group First Meeting – How did it go?

May 25, 2016 Consumer Skills, Travel and Transport No Comments
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Condor Jersey Consumer Group

First Meeting held today (25th May)
Open & Honest discussions between Group Members & Condor

To keep us all grounded we have our own Group Charter and Objective

Group objective the Group will make every effort to identify and craft mutually acceptable resolutions that are aimed at reducing and resolving dissatisfaction, to improve relationships between Condor and the public

The Charter ensures that we all understand our own responsibilities and commitment to the Group.

All participants are presenting individually to the Group highlighting their own views on;
·      main areas of dissatisfaction and the impact it has on those around you
·      areas of satisfaction
·      thoughts on how things could really change going forward

Half the Group had the opportunity today and others will be afforded the same at our next meeting.

The attendees, including Condor’s CEO Paul Luxon, listened, clarified and talked through various aspects of the service. Group members were open, honest and eloquently made numerous substantiated points.  Although timetabling, reliability, communication and customer care was amongst the most cited areas in today’s resumes, each speaker articulated the reality and full implications of these dissatisfactions to each person, their commitments and obligations.

As one member said that it’s ‘when all these shortcomings converge at once’ you get a potent recipe for frustration and dissatisfaction.

The Group talked through with Paul about the Frequent Traveller Scheme as there is clearly confusion about decisions made regarding the longevity of the scheme; Paul clarified that they are currently consulting a selection of Frequent Traveller Scheme members to explore how it should look in the future – he assured the Group that it will be staying but will look different.

The points raised by each member will formulate a robust agenda for discussion.


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