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BBC News › Finance › 3 hours ago
The body repaying cash owed after the firm's collapse says it is "working tirelessly" on payments.
The Independent › Traveling › 4 hours ago
Repayment deadline has been missed
The Boston Globe › 13 hours ago
Paris commuters inched to work Monday through massive traffic jams as strikes against retirement plan changes halted trains and subways for a fifth straight day — with the prospect of a tougher day ahead.
CNN › 18 hours ago
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BBC News › Finance › 22 hours ago
The figure is two-thirds the number the regulator hoped to refund at the end of a 60-day deadline.
The Sun › Traveling › 1 day ago
IN certain circumstances, air passengers are able to claim compensation for delayed and cancelled flights under EU law. But Ryanair has been accused of rejecting almost 100 per cent of valid compensation claims submitted by its customers. Under EU law...
Telegraph › 1 day ago
Dog owners have been warned to watch out for drones around their property after dognappers stole an autistic girl's support animal.
The Sun › 2 days ago
DRONES are to be used over the English Channel to track migrants trying to get into Britain. The aerial recon cameras will be deployed in the next three months. The aim is to stop the flow of people crossing. They will operate between Eastbourne, East...
Telegraph › 2 days ago
As the pre-Christmas present-buying frenzy reaches fever pitch, over 100 million parcels are expected to be delivered in the coming weeks.
Mirror Online › Finance › 3 days ago
Customers of now defunct tour operator Thomas Cook have reacted angrily after learning they will face further delays in getting their refunds for Atol-protected package holidays
The Independent › Traveling › 4 days ago
One-third of customers whose holidays were cancelled have not got their money back within the promised timescale
Daily Mail Online › 4 days ago
Some 90 per cent of high-speed train services were cancelled across France again today, with most of the Paris Metro system also shut down and hundreds of flights set to be axed.
Daily Mail Online › 4 days ago
The Civil Aviation Authority originally said that all valid Atol-protected claims made on the first day of its refund programme would be paid within 60 days - or by this Friday. But now admits this cannot be met.
The Independent › Traveling › 4 days ago
One-third of customers whose holidays were cancelled have not got their money back within the promised timescale
BBC News › Finance › 4 days ago
The aviation regulator will not be able to refund a third of package holiday claims by its own deadline.
Daily Mail Online › 4 days ago
Lemara Thompson, 27, from New York, was found nearly seven times over the legal limit while on duty as a cabin crew member at Heathrow Airport.
Forbes › Lifestyle › 4 days ago
Expected to last until the New Year, the biggest public-sector strike since 1995 to hit France started on Thursday, freezing flights, metro lines, trains and other public transport and shutting schools.
Fox News › 4 days ago
Thousands of protesters are marching through the streets of Paris on Thursday as part of a general strike over French President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to reform the pension system, creating a travel nightmare for tourists and locals.
Daily Mail Online › 4 days ago
Schools were closed, flights were grounded and much of the Paris Metro was halted as a strike aimed at forcing President Emmanuel Macron to abandon his pension reform began on Thursday.
USA Today › Traveling › 5 days ago
Tourists in Paris were caught unprepared as a nationwide French labor strike brought airports, train station, the Louvre and Eiffel Tower to a halt.
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