If there’s a no-deal Brexit, today is your last chance to renew your passport if you want to be able to travel on 30 March.
Everything you need to know about new rules, and how to avoid disruption to your holiday
A no-deal Brexit will leave millions of British holidaymakers with valid passports unable to travel to France, Spain and other Schengen Zone countries after March 29.
Passengers who rush to book flights during Ryanair’s Black Friday sale could end up out of pocket, according to snapshot research by Which? Travel. Three out of the six flights we tracked last year were the same price or cheaper in the fortnight after the promotion ended.
From grounded flights to bus trips that can't make it across the Channel, and UK driving licences becoming worthless in Europe, it's clear that a no-deal Brexit could cause chaos for anyone who travels. It will potentially leave tourists stranded abroad and make holidays more expensive and inconvenient for millions of people.
Scheduled flight times are up to 35 minutes slower this summer than 10 years ago, a Which? Travel investigation has revealed. Despite advances in air travel, 76 out of the...
Emirates has been told by the Supreme Court to pay passengers compensation if they miss connections at airports outside the European Union.
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 is warning about possible pilot strikes over Easter as it makes deals with unions across Europe. If your flight is delayed or cancelled due to a strike, you could be entitled to compensation.
But while Which? welcomes the initiative, we think the move doesn’t go far enough and all carriers should make compensation automatic.