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Low cost airline cancels flight due to lack of planes

Low cost airline cancels flight due to lack of planes

Primera Air has cancelled its maiden flight from Stansted to Toronto, 15 days before it was due to take off. If the budget carrier had cancelled one day later, passengers...

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Ryanair free check-in window shrinks from four days to 48 hours

Ryanair free check-in window shrinks from four days to 48 hours

From 13 June, it will not be possible to check in for free with Ryanair until 48 hours before your flight. Passengers who want to check in before that will...

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Train tickets: plans to make fares fairer

Train tickets: plans to make fares fairer

Plans to change train tickets could make it easier and cheaper to travel by train according to the Rail Delivery Group.

Passengers still having to fight for flight delay compensation

Passengers still having to fight for flight delay compensation

Some fliers have had to take airlines to court to receive flight delay compensation, even after using new, government-promoted dispute resolution schemes. One severely delayed passenger told Which? Travel that...

Animal welfare: What travel agents aren’t telling you

Animal welfare: What travel agents aren’t telling you

Travel agents are still promoting tourist attractions that are cruel to animals, according to research by Which? Travel. Many of the big names, including Tui, Trailfinders and Expedia, claim to...

‘Low-cost’ flights, hotels and hire-cars not always the cheapest option

‘Low-cost’ flights, hotels and hire-cars not always the cheapest option

There’s never been a better time to travel. But it pays to look twice at bargain flights, hotels or car hire. Thanks to the low-cost airline revolution it’s not unusual...

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Best and worst car hire companies revealed

Best and worst car hire companies revealed

Car hire provider Interrent, the low-cost arm of the Europcar empire, has careered into Which? Travel’s annual car hire survey with the lowest customer score the report has ever seen....

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Hacked master key could be used to open hotel room doors

Hacked master key could be used to open hotel room doors

Electronic locks used by some of the world’s biggest hotel chains are vulnerable to hackers. Research by cyber security firm F-Secure has prompted the world’s largest lock manufacture, Assa Abloy,...

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British Airways launches hand-baggage only fares on long-haul

British Airways launches hand-baggage only fares on long-haul

BA is introducing a new ‘basic fare’ on 10 routes from London. Passengers who choose it will no longer be allowed to check-in luggage for free, or decide where they...

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Flights grounded after computer failure at Brussels hub

Flights grounded after computer failure at Brussels hub

Half a million airline passengers across Europe face delays and cancellations for the rest of the day following a systems failure at the Eurocontrol centre in Brussels. Eurocontrol, which coordinates...

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