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Some Ryanair customers might be surprised to learn that they are entitled to a refund for holidays they couldn’t take because of the coronavirus pandemic. Airlines usually have no legal...
The car hire insurance sold by your rental company is a waste of money. On average, we found the major car hire firms charge £147 more for a week’s insurance than third party providers.
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Which? reports the company to the CMA again after it takes payment for villa that is no longer on its books, asks customers to pay for bookings that may never be fulfilled and u-turns on villa-only refunds.
The government is now advising against travel to the Netherlands, so we've outlined your rights if your holiday is cancelled, what to do if it's still going ahead and if you need to return home now.
EasyJet customers who no longer wish to travel because of COVID-19 are furious after unwittingly giving up their legal right to a refund. The airline is emailing flyers to ask if they would like to exchange their upcoming flight for credit. The voucher covers the full value of the fare plus an extra £10 as a ‘thank you’. It is valid against future bookings for 12 months.
Now only essential travel is advised to France, we outline your rights if your holiday is cancelled, what to do if it's still going ahead and if you need to return home now.