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Passengers who have flights delayed or cancelled during the two-week strike in July may be able to claim
A hen party has hit out at Ryanair's controversial 'random seat allocation' policy
New European Union rules mean it's cheaper to call other EU countries on your UK mobile once you're abroad
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New European Union rules which come into effect this week will slash the cost of using your mobile in most of Europe
BA passengers whose flights were cancelled during the recent IT meltdown have had compensation claims rejected
The pound has dropped sharply following yesterday's general election, as a hung Parliament causes uncertainty
The general election result means we will have a hung Parliament
Travellers flying via Qatar face upheaval following a diplomatic row
Dreams of sun could turn to financial nightmares if you don't spot the loopholes in your travel insurance
Irate passengers have accused Ryanair of routinely allocating groups of travellers seats in different rows
British Airways passengers who were caught in the Bank Holiday IT failure are beginning to receive compensation
Thousands of travellers flying from Gatwick have been forced to fly without their luggage this morning
Travellers are unable to apply for EHIC cards as the website has crashed, but don't be tempted to go via a shyster site.
Currency bureau Travelex is to axe the Supercard, with cardholders told they won't be able to use it after 24 July
Including free airport lounges, cheap car hire & hotel booking trick.