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.
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.
Choose British Airways’ ‘flexible’ ticket, with free destination and date changes, and you could pay almost 17 times as much as you would for a standard ticket.
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Passengers who've paid for a flight by credit card may be able to get their money back if the airline refuses to refund cancelled flights. However, passengers are not getting consistent advice from banks.
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EasyJet customers who no longer wish to travel because of COVID-19 are furious after unwittingly giving up their legal right to a refund. The airline is emailing flyers to ask if they would like to exchange their upcoming flight for credit. The voucher covers the full value of the fare plus an extra £10 as a ‘thank you’. It is valid against future bookings for 12 months.
Ryanair and Easyjet won’t face enforcement for refusing and delaying customer refunds on cancelled flights
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