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THE boss of a firm who owed Flyglobespan s36million pledged to hand over s15million just days before the airline collapsed.
Elia, 39, is chief executive of E Clear who act as middlemen between customers and businesses.
E Clear have so far failed to explain why the millions were not paid to Globespan.
15m he pledged days before Flyglobespan
based company controlled by E Clear.
Elias Elia made the promise last week in front of aviation industry regulators and Globespan chiefs.
"The firm's founder, Tom Dalrymple, has dedicated his life to travel and spent more than 30 years building up his company from nothing to the extent that it had become a household name."
Meanwhile, 27 of the airline's crew now jobless were still stranded abroad yesterday in the Muslim holy city of Medina in Saudi Arabia.
They were also pursued by administrators to Slovak budget airline SkyEurope, who went bust in June.
Yesterday, as passengers continued to battle for flights home, pressure was mounting on New York Giants Hat
Elia to explain why his firm failed to cough up the cash which could have saved the airline.
Swinney said: "Flyglobespan have been badly let down by the fact that a private company handling bookings on their behalf have not paid them money that they were due.
"That is the inescapable commercial reality of what has been faced here. If they had actually passed on to Flyglobespan the money that company were entitled to have from members of the travelling public who had flown and landed again and there was no risk about their tickets, the company would have had a better chance of survival.
London based E Clear, owned by a parent company in Cyprus, were involved with tour operators XL and Scots based Zoom Airlines before they crashed.
Some 3400 Globespan tourists are having to book new flights home and try to claim back their cost on insurance.
Officials from the CAA were at talks last week between E Clear boss Elia and cash starved Globespan. A source said Elia told the meeting that s15million would be plugged into Globespan by Halcyon Investments, a Jersey Florida Marlins Hats
Chief executive Elia added: "As one of the world's leading payment card processing companies, we have many years' experience in the airline industry and we will bring this expertise to bear in pursuit of an equable solution that reflects the interests of all parties."
"You can imagine how shocked, bitterly disappointed and upset the directors are.
"s20million of that money, without a word of question, should have been in Flyglobespan's account and that would have assisted their liquidity problems."
Finance secretary John Swinney said the airline were "badly let down" when credit card payment Adidas Cap Gray
And of the s36million E Clear held back, s20million was for journeys which had already been completed.
A statement from their directors said: "E Clear are committed to working closely with the administrators of The Globespan Group to clarify and address the various complexities around the airline's financial position so that matters may be resolved as quickly as possible."
Last night, after a passenger helpline was jammed with over 15,000 calls, two new emergency numbers were set up on 0141 332 3233 and 0131 466 7612 /7607.
firm E Clear didn't pay what they owed.
E Clear owed Globespan more than twice what the airline owed to creditors.
Our source said: "They had no money left Nike Hat Beanie and it would have been breaking the law to carry on trading insolvently.
But the money failed to arrive by Wednesday and airline bosses say they had no option but to fold the business.
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