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Latest Articles

Casenote: Irish Ferries Limited v National Transport Authority (Case C-570/19)

On 2nd September 2021, the Court of Justice of the European Union gave its judgment in Irish Ferries Limited v National Transport…

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X v Kuoni – How will this affect the travel industry?

In one of the industry’s most eagerly anticipated judgments, handed…

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X v Kuoni. The Final Chapter

The Supreme Court has now handed down its long awaited…

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Supreme Court Decision in X v Kuoni is Encouraging News for Holidaymakers Seriously Injured on Package Holidays

More than 11 years after the incident giving rise to…

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Averting disaster with choice of law and jurisdiction clauses

At 2.11pm on 9th December 2019 Whakaari, an active volcano…

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Thomas Cook – Where are we now?

When Thomas Cook went into insolvency on 23 September 2019,…

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Bodily injury under the Montreal Convention

What is the threshold level for an in-flight injury claim…

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The Montreal Convention – A double edged sword

Introduction The liability regime created by Article 17 of the…

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What is the law of travel agency and what do you need to know?

Rhys Griffiths and Anna Tindall Travel agency is one of…

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Hoteliers and Assumption of Responsibility

HOTELIERS AND ASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITY: DO HOTELIERS OWE A HIGHER…

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Travel Rights

The information on this website is brought to you free of charge. However some links on the site are affiliate links, including the links to Amazon. This means that we may receive a commission if you purchase something via that link. This funding helps pay for the upkeep, design and content of the site. Without it the site would not exist. If you have found the site useful or interesting please consider using the links to make your purchases; it will be much appreciated. For every commission we receive 10% will be donated to charity.

What are my package holiday rights? FAQs

What are the Package Travel Regulations and when do they apply?…

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What are my rights if my flight is cancelled? FAQs

Flight Problems: Your rights under Reg. 261 for flight cancellations, delays and denied boarding. FAQs.

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What are my rights if my baggage is delayed. FAQs

Flight problems. Your rights under the Montreal Convention for delays to you and for damage, delay or loss of your baggage. FAQs.

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Covid, Cruise Cancellations and Future Cruise Credits

Thanks to Covid the cruise industry is being decimated. Cruises are being cancelled for many months ahead and long planned holidays are being put on hold…

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Hotel Rights

This article applies to hotel bookings made directly with a hotel in the UK. Different considerations apply to bookings made via an…

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How do I complain to a travel company?

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How do I get compensation from a travel company?

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How (Not) to Make a Complaint

I once wrote a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security in America accusing his staff of being ‘cretinous morons’ and…

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Lost Baggage. Connecting Flights

If you have booked tickets on more than one airline…

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Bulletins

Free cancellation offers. ASA ruling on Alpha Holidays

During the Covid pandemic travel companies, desperate to attract business, have been offering potential clients the benefit of being able to cancel…

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CMA warns package travel firms over refunds ahead of summer trips

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has warned package holiday…

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CAA launches consultation on ATOL reform

The CAA has launched a consultation on ATOL, which will…

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Double whammy for TUI – hit by the Denied Boarding Regulations and the Package Travel Regulations

The latest issue of Travel Which? recounts the case of…

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Ethnic Profiling. Airline held to account

Braathens Regional Aviation paid compensation to a passenger who had…

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BA lose again!

A couple of weeks ago we reported two dodgy cases…

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Small claims victory in denied boarding case

The Abayasekara family purchased tickets to fly from Heathrow to…

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Teletext still dragging their heels.

The fallout from Covid continues. An investigation by the Competition…

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Good news for passengers. Bad news for airlines

The ECJ has just released its decision in the case…

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Flights of Fancy. Space Travel Rights

Even though the travel industry has been decimated by Covid…

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