FCDO warning lifted and quarantine rules were removed for many countries back in July, but will they let you in for a holiday? And who has had their corridors removed again due to rising coronavirus cases?
Sykes’ customers at risk from COVID-19 complications have complained that they are struggling to get their money back, despite intervention from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The cottage provider made an undertaking back in July that a customer will receive a full refund if that person, or any member of their party, is vulnerable.
With the Canary Islands added to the UK’s travel corridor list, removing the requirement to quarantine for 14 days on return to the UK, many holidaymakers are planning a trip to Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria or Fuerteventura this winter.
With restrictions tightening, it's time we looked to the great outdoors to keep us busy this winter. There are 46 areas of outstanding natural beauty dotting the UK, so which is the best-rated near you?
Everything you need to know, from whether you can get a package holiday refund to airline cancellations and rebooking options.
Holidaymakers who accept Refund Credit Notes (RCNs) for cancelled packages will get their money back if the travel company later collapses, the government has confirmed. Since the start of the crisis, Which? has been calling for the government to confirm if RCNs are financially guaranteed but this announcement finally removes the risk to customers of accepting a credit note, if they consider that’s the best option for them.
Many holiday firms broke the law on refunds for cancelled trips during the current pandemic, leaving consumers millions of pounds out of pocket. But after Which? Travel stepped in, companies – including Exodus and Riviera Travel - have made significant changes to their refund policies.
Additional coronavirus restrictions being rolled out across England mean that from this weekend more than half the country will be living in areas from where travel is restricted. It will...
Small holiday companies pay refunds - while multinationals such as Tui and Ryanair stall
Tui, Jet2 Holidays, easyJet and BA only offering rebooking for holidaymakers that can't travel because of new government rules