UK’s biggest travel operators breaking law by delaying refunds for cancelled trips over coronavirus

The UK’s leading travel companies are breaking the law by withholding up to £7billion worth of cash refunds on cancelled holidays, according to Which?.

The consumer group said it conducted research and found that tour operators, including Tui and Jet2 Holidays, and airlines, including British Airways and easyJet, were failing in their legal duty to issue money back on trips impacted by coronavirus within 14 days.

Read more about how all major airlines and travel companies are now refusing coronavirus refunds: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/travel-companies-illegal-no-refunds/?WT.mc_id=tmg_youtube_offsite_televideo-youtubevideo_22AprilWhich&utm_source=tmgoff&utm_medium=tmg_youtube&utm_content=offsite_televideo&utm_campaign=tmg_youtube_offsite_televideo-youtubevideo_22AprilWhich

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