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Want more legroom on your next long-haul flight? Try a budget airline

Want more legroom on your next long-haul flight? Try a budget airline

New long-haul budget airlines are challenging traditional carriers on legroom in economy, as well as ticket price. Which? Travel research found that passengers searching for bigger seats with more legroom...

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Hotel booking sites told to come clean on discounts and deals

Hotel booking sites told to come clean on discounts and deals

Hotel booking sites must change the way they rank and sell rooms, the UK’s competition watchdog has said. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has written to some online hotel...

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Animal welfare: What travel agents aren’t telling you

Animal welfare: What travel agents aren’t telling you

Travel agents are still promoting tourist attractions that are cruel to animals, according to research by Which? Travel. Many of the big names, including Tui, Trailfinders and Expedia, claim to...

Flights grounded after computer failure at Brussels hub

Flights grounded after computer failure at Brussels hub

Half a million airline passengers across Europe face delays and cancellations for the rest of the day following a systems failure at the Eurocontrol centre in Brussels. Eurocontrol, which coordinates...

Rip-off travel insurance

Rip-off travel insurance

Holidaymakers who opt for travel insurance at the click of a button could be paying up to 18 times too much for inferior cover, according to an investigation by Which?...

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Time-limited travel deals: No need to hurry

Time-limited travel deals: No need to hurry

A Which? Travel investigation has revealed that misleading ‘hurry deals’ could be duping travellers into paying hundreds of pounds over the odds for holidays. The time-limited promotions – advertised in...

Holiday vouchers are too good to be true

Holiday vouchers are too good to be true

Short break vouchers on sites such as Groupon may seem like a bargain, but consumers are being seriously misled by many of these daily deals. An undercover investigation by Which?...

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