As chaos and queues mount in European airports, passengers are getting nervous.
British searches for ‘cancel my flight’ are at the highest level in a year, after skyrocketing by 163 per cent over the last fortnight.
Searches for ‘refund my flight’ have also increased by 137 per cent, research by Our Woven Journey – a family travel blog – has revealed.
With travel horror stories mounting across the continent, you may be considering calling off holiday plans too.
But think twice before you cancel, experts have warned: if you ditch the trip, you’ll probably have to cough up.
Here’s what to do if you’ve got flights booked this summer.
Should I cancel my flight?
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