FCO warning lifted and quarantine rules removed for 57 other countries from 10 July, but it doesn’t mean the country will let you in for a holiday
Customers who booked trips before the coronavirus outbreak but no longer feel safe to travel, or don’t want to go, risk losing money as the government has deemed it’s now safe for some overseas trips to go ahead.
Find out when you should rebook a holiday that’s been disrupted due to coronavirus and whether you can cancel your summer holidays now that the FCO has permitted travel to 59 countries.
Which? explains your rights to claim on your travel insurance if your trip has been cancelled because of coronavirus and why many insurers won't cover you for COVID-19.
Everything you need to know, from whether you can get a package holiday refund to airline cancellations and rebooking options.
From quarantine rules and air bridges to travel insurance and airline cancellation policies we answer your questions on whether it’s safe to book a holiday.
The Financial Conduct Authority has told insurers to cut costs for general and protection insurance policyholders struggling to pay because of COVID-19 and ensure they're providing value for money for all during the pandemic.
Which? explains what to do if you're getting confusing and contradictory information over your travel insurance and whether it covers coronavirus.
A trip abroad isn’t cheap, but a lack of planning can swallow up even more of our hard-earned cash. From overpriced flight extras to buying travel money at the airport, these pricey pitfalls can taint that holiday feeling. Here we reveal the classic traps to be wary of so you can save your currency for the fun stuff.
Older people are being prevented from travelling by the rocketing cost of travel insurance and other expenses.