British Airways and Ryanair UK pilot strikes are set to disrupt travelling passengers this September, with fresh strike action planned. Don't get caught out - Which? explains what you need to know about getting compensation for disrupted travel.
The UK’s biggest airlines are failing to provide a basic level of care to flyers who face delays and cancellations, a Which? Travel investigation has found.
Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted airports could face industrial action this summer, throwing millions of holidaymakers' plans into chaos during peak travel weeks.
If your flight is delayed or cancelled this Easter, you could be owed compensation. If your train journey is disrupted, you could get money back.
Blue Air has cancelled flights out of Liverpool reportedly because of Brexit uncertainty. Affected passengers have the right to be rerouted or refunded under the Denied Boarding Regulations.
Thousands of passengers are affected by the drone disruption at Gatwick Airport but they won't be able to claim compensation.
Last year about 1.3 million air passenger journeys were severely delayed at least three hours - find out your rights if your flight is delayed or cancelled, and join our call for automatic compensation.
Claim compensation for any problems you had this Easter weekend - including flights, trains, bad service or disappointing hotels.
Emirates has been told by the Supreme Court to pay passengers compensation if they miss connections at airports outside the European Union.
Flights and trains across the UK have been cancelled or disrupted and the Met Office has issued a red weather warning as ‘Beast from the East’ grips Britain. Commuters are...