Advice on cancellation and insurance if your green list destination is changed to amber last-minute and what the 'amber plus' category means
The government’s green watchlist is a subcategory of the destinations that are at risk of moving from the UK’s green list to the amber list. Under the current travel traffic...
Holiday accommodation is back open, but restrictions on who you can share with and where you can go vary by country.
The competition regulator has launched an investigation into the refusal of airlines to offer refunds for flights they could not take.
From quarantine hotels to refunds for postponed bookings and expiring vouchers, find out whether you should cancel or rebook your 2021 holiday.
If you're still holding onto an airline voucher, we've rounded up whether its validity has been extended and whether you can swap for a refund.
When travel is possible again, flexible booking policies are the best way to protect yourself against lockdown, travel bans and further disruption – and now, ‘red list’ hotel quarantine. If...
An estimated 2.3 million people in the UK have not received money back for flights they couldn’t take during the pandemic, according to new research from Which? Travel. Passengers were unable to fly, often for reasons beyond their control. And in some cases it would have been illegal for passengers to board their flight.
After Which? submitted evidence to the CMA showing Lastminute.com had broken its promise to refund package holiday customers by the agreed deadline, the CMA has now told Lastminute.com to pay up or it will take the company to court.
Eurostar, Stena Line, British Airways and Ryanair cancel trains, ferries and flights