Thousands of travelers continue to disrupt their holiday plans after airlines canceled or delayed flights out of the UK.
Earlier today, EasyJet Customers Told There were no more flights from Portugal for a week, leaving passengers stranded.
British Airways, Ryanair, Tui and Wizz Air have also canceled hundreds of flights between them at short notice.
It comes after some UK airports left in chaos last week After massive delays and cancellations.
But if you are stuck abroad or at home there are ways to extract something positive from a negative situation.
According to Martin Lewis money saving specialistIf your flight is cancelled, you will need to pay for an alternate flight or a full refund.
And if it’s less than 14 days from departure, you may have to pay hundreds in compensation as well.
The amount you pay depends on the length of time between the cancellation and the date you were due to fly, as well as the distance you were due to travel.
For example, if your flight was canceled seven days before departure, is between 1500 and 3,500 kilometres, and landed three hours after the appointed time, you can claim £168 back.
What else are you entitled to?
For customers currently stuck, Rory Boland, which one? The travel editor offers more advice on getting flight refunds and more:
What if you miss your flight due to long queues?
Some airports are packed with stranded passengers waiting for flights out of the UK.
Some vacationers are also arriving early for check-in, creating additional congestion.
But Rory added that if you miss your flight because of the long security queues caused by extra people, you’re “not likely” to get your money back.
“The airline will argue that what happens at security is for airport staff to control.”
If your flight is delayed or canceled
If your flight is delayed or cancelled, and you are flying from the UK or EU, to the UK with a British carrier, or to the EU or the EU with a British carrier, your airline will be rejected should take steps under what is known as. Boarding regulation, Rory said.
“Under this rule, airlines must re-route you via any reasonable route — even if it means with a rival carrier,” Rory said.
What if your luggage is lost?
“Airlines are responsible for the baggage they allow you to check in,” Rory said.
“If your baggage doesn’t arrive, report it at the airport and be sure to get a copy of the report and the handling agent’s contact details.”
Rory said a useful tip is to have some of your personal contact information on your case, as it can help you find it if it’s lost.
Do you need travel insurance?
But, he adds: “If you’re booking, choose a good option Insurance With a vacation provider and a flexible booking policy, the best way to protect yourself from potential disruption.”
We have seen Common Travel Insurance Mistakes The cost of which you may have to pay in thousands.
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