The lack of clear information from the government on how it decides which countries will be removed from the travel corridor list each Thursday has led to confusion among holidaymakers.
More consumers are waiting until the last minute to book holidays amid COVID-19 uncertainty. Twenty two percent of people booked less than a week before departure. This is likely so travellers can keep on top of changing travel restrictions and choose destinations exempt from quarantine. But is it still possible to get a bargain at the 11th hour? Here we share our best tips for saving money on a last-minute break.
Airline passengers are let down by the convoluted dispute resolution process and thousands of people are stuck in a county court backlog that could take years to resolve. Which? is calling for a new mandatory aviation ombudsman to help restore consumer trust in travel
Following discussions with Which?, Thomas Cook customers can be confident of getting their money back quickly if coronavirus leads to holiday cancellations.
Major airlines aren't seating passengers at a social distance even when there is room to do so.
P&O Cruises has cancelled all Caribbean cruises until the end of January next year and all cruises to and from Southampton until mid to late February 2021. The cruise line...
The Civil Aviation Authority has applied for only one enforcement order since 2003, and it is still stuck in the courts
Passengers who've paid for a flight by credit card may be able to get their money back if the airline refuses to refund cancelled flights. However, passengers are not getting consistent advice from banks.
Our investigation exposes hundreds of data security vulnerabilities on the websites of travel firms including Marriott, British Airways and easyJet.
Looking for the ideal UK city break that offers maximum value for money? We've rounded up five that will provide the most bang for your buck.