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London City Airport shut due to Second World War bomb

London City Airport is closed because a Second World War bomb was found nearby in the Thames river. All flights in and out of the airport have been cancelled today,...

Ryanair promises measures to make compensation claims easier

But while Which? welcomes the initiative, we think the move doesn’t go far enough and all carriers should make compensation automatic.

Snowstorms wreck travel plans – but what are your rights?

Passengers face a second day of travel disruption as wintry weather leaves flights cancelled and delayed. Queues and cancellations occurred at airports across the country, with those travelling in or...

Passengers due compensation for delayed connecting flights

Passengers of non-EU airlines who miss connecting flights outside EU can claim compensation, following Court of Appeal ruling. The Court of Appeal has ruled in line with the Court of...

Ryanair cancellations and your compensation rights

Ryanair is cancelling up to 50 flights a day for the next six weeks due to a shortage of staff. The budget airline claims it ‘messed up’ the scheduling of...

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Make your own flight delay compensation claim and save up to £216

Some firms offer to help you get compensation for a delayed flight, but our research shows that you could be £216 per person better off, if you make your own...

More than a million passengers had severe flight delays last year

Almost 1.2 million passengers suffered severe flight delays last year and many could be entitled to compensation, according to the latest Which? investigation. As many families across the country get set to...

Flight compensation and the airlines that won’t pay

Passengers who challenge airlines over compensation for denied boarding or delays have their complaints upheld in over half of cases, according to statistics seen by Which? Travel. Fliers who aren’t...

Which? tells British Airways to pay up on compensation

The more than 75,000 passengers affected by bank holiday disruption on British Airways will need to lodge complaints with the airline to get the compensation they are legally entitled to...

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