A BA customer has won a court battle against the airline, after it refused to allow him to change the date of his flight, meaning he had to cancel.
UK self-catering holidays can go ahead from April 12, whilst hotels and B&Bs will not re-open until May 17, so should you book?
When travel is possible again, flexible booking policies are the best way to protect yourself against lockdown, travel bans and further disruption – and now, ‘red list’ hotel quarantine. If...
Coronavirus vaccination is underway, raising hopes of going on holiday without travel corridors or quarantine. Find out if you'll need a COVID-19 vaccination to travel in 2021.
The government has said that international travel for holidays won’t resume sooner than May 17 from England, with a government review of how travel might restart due to report in...
Booking a holiday is still a risk, but if you do decide to secure a UK cottage holiday, you can protect your trip by choosing flexible providers.
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.
Vaccine passports which enable people who have had the coronavirus jab to travel abroad are being considered by the UK government and across the globe. This could be a mobile app or a scannable QR code to show airline or border staff.
Which? recently dispelled rumours that UK holidays were running out and three weeks later, we can confirm there are still plenty of properties left if you’re flexible about where or when you travel.
After Which? submitted evidence to the CMA showing Lastminute.com had broken its promise to refund package holiday customers by the agreed deadline, the CMA has now told Lastminute.com to pay up or it will take the company to court.