July 22, 2024
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Kilkenny bus company JJ Kavanagh suspends most of its services from Tuesday

Kilkenny bus company JJ Kavanagh has suspended most of its services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The announcement was made on their Facebook earlier today and comes into effect from Tuesday.

The statement says:

“On behalf of all of us in JJ Kavanagh & Sons, we are truly sorry for any inconvenience the Covid-19 crisis may be causing you and your family.

“The safety and the well-being of our loyal customers and staff is our main priority, and to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus we will suspend the operation of all services from Tuesday 17th March 2020 with the exception of 139, 183, 607, 617, 363 & 367 services.

“All customers who booked their tickets online and were due to travel in the coming days and weeks we have waived our ‘changed your ticket’ fees to give you flexibility and choice. You can change the ticket up to two hours prior to your journey here: https://jjkavanagh.ie/jj-kavanagh-sons-covid-19-service-up…/

“Over the last 100 years we have faced many crisis situations and, on every occasion, thanks to you our loyal customers and staff, JJ Kavanagh & Sons has bounced back. Thank you for your patience and we hope that these measures will reduce the spread of the virus and hopefully quicken the recovering period.

“Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for any updates or please contact us by email on info@jjkavanagh.ie”



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