Britons with summer holidays booked have been warned they face a “fight for their money” as the disruption from the coronavirus pandemic continues. Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned people it is “unlikely” they will be able to take a foreign holiday this summer because of COVID-19.And the Foreign Office continues to advise against “all but essential” international travel during the coronavirus outbreak.Rory Boland, editor of Which? Travel, has told Sky News the current situation concerning foreign travel from the UK is “chaotic”.He said: “The guidance issued by the government against travelling abroad is indefinite, yet some airlines and travel companies are selling flights and holidays due to depart within the next few weeks, with no warning that they are unlikely to go ahead. Advertisement “Even if these flights and holidays are eventually cancelled, customers still face a fight for their money as the number of refund requests being denied or delayed by airlines and holiday companies continues to pile up.”The FCO warning against travel must be extended to a definitive date to give consumers and businesses more clarity on when travel will be allowed again, and the aviation regulator and government must stand up for passengers’ rights and start taking… Read full this story
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