Holiday plans ruined? Find out how to gain back control here.
Passports? Check. Boarding passes? Check. Flight numbers? Check. Luggage, kids, sunglasses, sun cream and pool inflatables? Check!
There’s nothing more exciting than having every packed and ready to go for your family holiday. The build-up and anticipation is all part of the excitement! You can plan ahead for pretty much everything on your holiday, whether that’s extreme heat or poor weather, what activities you’re going to fill your days with, which outfits you’re wearing on what evening and how to keep the kids entertained when you’re traveling to your accommodation.
But it’s the things you can’t control that have the potential to completely ruin your well-earned break. Your holiday getting canceled being one of the things – here is an infographic to find out more about your rights and options if your holiday is canceled. Some sections of the infographic are mainly for UK citizens. In Quebec, Canada, citizens are protected by the Office de la protection du consommateur.
It’s a confusing, stressful and worrying time; you’re having to deal with the upset of not being able to go on holiday, all whilst worrying about getting more time off, your rights as a consumer and getting your money back! But don’t worry – here I’ve posted a helpful infographic that details your options and the steps you should take if your holiday is canceled.