BC Ferries to refund expired passes

The company will provide a one-time refund to customers who purchased assured loading tickets between 1984 and July 25, 2011

BC Ferries is offering refunds for assured-loading passes that have expired.

BC Ferries CEO David Hahn announced Tuesday that the company will provide a one-time refund to customers who purchased assured loading tickets between 1984 and July 25, 2011. For a 90-day period, from today to Oct. 24, 2011, BC Ferries will provide a one-time cash refund to any customer who has an expired assured loading ticket. BC Ferries phased out printed passes for assured loading last year and enforced a two-year expiry that canceled about 15,000 trips that had been paid for.