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Easyjet takes action over 'misleading' eDreams flight prices

eDreams has been reported to regulators by budget airline Easyjet, which says it's overcharging consumers

5 June 2013

Air fare rises 'could be pegged back' at London airports

The CAA has unveiled a new airport charge plan, which could limit the fare rises imposed on passengers at these airports

30 April 2013

Travel firms told to reveal hidden holiday costs

Companies must provide clear, transparent and timely information when advertising and selling holidays, says the OFT

26 March 2013

Flight delay compensation floodgates open

The European Court of Justice has today ruled passengers can claim compensation for three-hour delays

23 October 2012

Travellers should still beware pre-selected ‘extras’

Tavel agent Opodo and airline Flybe still automatically pre-select optional extras for holidaymakers, our research finds

26 September 2012

Holidaymakers to be given Atol certificates

Certificates will tell travellers if their holiday is financially protected by the Atol scheme from next week

24 September 2012

Compensation for flight delays moves closer

EU official says passengers should have a right to compensation if flights are delayed more than three hours

21 May 2012

Q&A: How safe are Thomas Cook holidays?

Many worried travellers have contacted MoneySavingExpert.com to find out their rights if the troubled firm goes bust

23 November 2011

Travel firms still flout rules on charges

Consumers booking a holiday should beware the continuing menace of firms trying to opt passengers into optional extras

22 August 2011

Ryanair makes charges clearer in website update

Passengers now get a clearer idea of total costs as the airline states the price of all unavoidable charges at all times

11 August 2011