Hundreds of thousands of travellers who have missed connecting flights with non-EU airlines could now be able to claim
Ryanair has apologised after a passenger caught up in the cancellation chaos last month was denied compensation.
The regulator has backtracked on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch passengers
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Monarch Airlines has ceased trading and all its holidays and flights have been cancelled
Monarch Airlines has been granted a 24-hour extension to its ATOL licence, until 11.59pm on Sunday
A Ryanair passenger whose flight was cancelled has been told he cannot be transferred to another airline
Ryanair has now been forced to spell out its cancellation policies
Ryanair is offering customers whose flights it cancelled up to £80 of vouchers – if they rebook a new flight
Budget airline Ryanair has announced it is to cancel 40 to 50 flights a day over the next six weeks
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Budget airline Ryanair has announced that only priority boarding customers will be able to take two bags into the cabin
UK passengers flying to and from Europe are facing long queues at some airports – here's what you need to know
Holidaymakers booking their own DIY package holiday via an airline's website could soon be protected if a firm goes bust
BA passengers whose flights were cancelled during the recent IT meltdown have had compensation claims rejected
British Airways passengers who were caught in the Bank Holiday IT failure are beginning to receive compensation