A THIRD national lockdown in England has caused holiday chaos again for travellers who’d hoped to getaway for some winter sun. The UK is currently under a travel ban, meaning you can’t go on a staycation or travel abroad . ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Ryanair is yet to issue an update on what the restrictions mean for customers but it has so far not cancelled any upcoming flights. Getting a refund for flights you can no longer go on depends on whether the company or yourself cancels the trip. Here, we take you through your rights if you can no longer go on your Ryanair holiday. My flight’s been cancelled – can I get a refund? If an airline has cancelled your flights then you are entitled to a full refund. Before January 1 2021, customers could claim a refund under the European Union’s Denied Boarding Regulation. What are the new lockdown rules for travel? From January 5 2021, only essential travel is allowed with Brits urged not to leave their house unless for reasons including food, medical care or work. The government advice states: “You can only travel internationally – or… Read full this story
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