Not all airlines are equally safe. The UK and Ireland are, happily, at the extreme end of air safety: easyJet, Flybe, Jet2, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines and Virgin Atlantic have never experienced a fatal accident, and Aer Lingus and British Airways have had outstanding safety records for decades.Jan 2, 2019
If you don’t pay up – you’re the one essentially cancelling the holiday, not the firm, so you’d likely lose the deposit. Even then, if the deposit is small and the balance large, and you think you’re very unlikely to travel, taking this hit may be an easy option.Apr 29, 2020
If you’ve got the right to cancel, you’ll get back any money you’ve already paid. If the terms and conditions say the company can increase the price, the company also has to offer you a refund if the cost of your holiday goes down because of changes to fuel prices, taxes or exchange rates.
You can cancel your holiday plans for personal reasons, but you’ll probably have to pay a termination fee. The cost of the fee is usually a percentage of what you paid, and can increase the closer your trip gets. For example, if you cancel 60 days before it starts, you could lose 50% of its…
Jet2 restarts flights and holidays to all amber list countries with no quarantine for double-jabbed. Airline Jet2 has confirmed it will be restarting flights and holidays to all amber list countries after the government confirmed those double-jabbed don’t need to quarantine.Jul 8, 2021
Jet2 has cancelled flights to Turkey following the latest traffic light travel review, the airline has confirmed. Indonesia, Myanmar, Cuba and Sierra Leone were also downgraded from amber to red in the latest review, meaning Brits shouldn’t travel there.Jul 16, 2021
If we cancel your holiday You have not paid us any sum due for your holiday. If we cancel your holiday for this reason, you will not be entitled to a refund of any deposit paid. We will not pay you any compensation. We can no longer provide the holiday as a result of unavoidable…