The UK government has announced a 14-day quarantine for holidaymakers returning to the UK, starting from 8 June, making a week in the sun impractical, while those that don’t travel may not be able to get their money back.
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.
Find out when you should rebook a holiday that’s been disrupted due to coronavirus and whether you need to start thinking about cancelling your summer holidays, from flights and cruises to accommodation and package holidays.
Everything you need to know, from whether you can get a package holiday refund to airline cancellations and rebooking options.
UK’s largest holiday operator still refusing to pay cash refunds unless customers accept refund credit note first
Eight weeks on since travel halted, Which? research has found trust in travel has hit a record low as consumers fight for their refunds.
It’s likely to leave many passengers, who booked summer holidays months ago, with expensive Ryanair flights they can’t take.
P&O customers are still waiting for refunds for cruises cancelled in March, with some being told to wait up to 90 days more.
Vouchers and credit notes backed by ABTA and issued instead of cash refunds by Tui, loveholidays and other companies may not be financially protected by Atol.
Some travel agents are trying to charge 'admin' fees of up to £125 per person to process refunds, while confusing customers with multiple unhelpful options about how to claim.