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Six ways to save on a last-minute holiday

Six ways to save on a last-minute holiday

More consumers are waiting until the last minute to book holidays amid COVID-19 uncertainty. Twenty two percent of people booked less than a week before departure. This is likely so travellers can keep on top of changing travel restrictions and choose destinations exempt from quarantine. But is it still possible to get a bargain at the 11th hour? Here we share our best tips for saving money on a last-minute break.

Is Ryanair conning customers over refunds?

Is Ryanair conning customers over refunds?

Ryanair customers who want their money back sent to vouchers page instead - possibly breaking Consumer Protection law.

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Plane awful: The worst airline meals revealed

Plane awful: The worst airline meals revealed

From chicken ‘slop’ to cake that could double as a ‘building brick’, Which? Travel reveals just how unappetising airline food can be. Passengers have been snapping some of the worst offenders on their phones – and the results are truly alarming.

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Airlines under pressure to ditch rip-off ‘no show’ clause

Airlines under pressure to ditch rip-off ‘no show’ clause

Passengers who have been stranded abroad or forced to pay out for a new ticket because of ‘no show’ clauses could sue airlines, following pressure by Which? Travel. The Civil...

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Best and worst airport lounges in the UK

Best and worst airport lounges in the UK

Airport lounges promise to start your holiday in style with economy travellers paying between £20 and £50 for entry. Our undercover inspectors visited 21 pay-as-you-go lounges at some of the UK’s biggest airports - including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Edinburgh.

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Airlines that let you cancel for free within 24 hours

Airlines that let you cancel for free within 24 hours

In the US, by law, all airlines have to either allow passengers to hold their flight for 24 hours before paying, or cancel if they've already paid. This isn't always the case in the UK.

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BA promises to compensate customers after data breach

BA promises to compensate customers after data breach

British Airways has apologised and pledged compensation after admitting that up to 380,000 of its customers could have had their card details stolen in a data breach. The airline said that its systems had been compromised for more than two weeks, with 'the personal and financial details of customers making bookings on our website and app' potentially stolen by hackers between August 21 and September 5.

British Airways launches hand-baggage only fares on long-haul

British Airways launches hand-baggage only fares on long-haul

BA is introducing a new ‘basic fare’ on 10 routes from London. Passengers who choose it will no longer be allowed to check-in luggage for free, or decide where they...

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Virgin and BA passengers sign away rights on codeshare flights

Virgin and BA passengers sign away rights on codeshare flights

Flights to UK ‘operated by’ American airlines have a hidden cost. A Which? Travel investigation has revealed that British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and other European airline customers are inadvertently losing...

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The best and worst airlines 2017

The best and worst airlines 2017

British Airways falls and Ryanair hits the bottom Ryanair’s troubled year of flight cancellations has added another dent to its public image, with passengers rating it the joint worst short-haul...

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