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Home Help and Support

Help and support

Protecting our colleagues, members & communities

Following Government Guidelines, we have temporarily closed all of our travel branches.
We are pleased to advise you that many of our highly experienced colleagues are now working from home in our virtual call centre, to provide a service our valued customers and members.
Should you have a booking and require further advice, make a payment,  or have a new holiday enquiry please call us on 01922 908389 or email your enquiry to
We look forward to continuing to be of service to you in our new Virtual World until normal banch operations can resume.

Travel Updates

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Updated 1 April 2020 9.00am


We are monitoring all Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice regarding countries we send our customers to for their holidays. We are also keeping close to the suppliers and Tour Operators who provide these holidays as there are various approaches being adopted.

We will contact all of our customers to advise you about the impact on your arrangements and to let you know what options are available. Please be patient as we work in date order with bookings travelling in the 10 days ahead being our immediate priority.

We urge our customers to refer to official sources of travel and medical advice. They are the most up to date and accurate ways of finding out information about travel restrictions/guidance and Covid-19-related medical advice. 

PHE – Covid-19 Guidance from GOV.UK

World Health Organization (WHO) – COVID-19 Disease Outbreak

Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel Advice 

NHS Advice

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Advice for Cruise passengers

What to do if you are travelling in the next 10 days 

1. Have you checked the Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel Advice website to see if there are travel restrictions? If there are no restrictions your booking will travel as normal. If there are, we will be working in line with ABTA and the FCO and will contact you.
2. Have you checked on the airlines website if your flight is cancelled? If not, your booking will travel as planned until advised otherwise.
3. Is the country you are travelling to affected? (Check the information below) No, then you are unaffected and can enjoy your holiday.
4. Are you travelling in the next 10 days? Even if you are affected, we will contact you as a priority.
5. Rest assured Co-op Travel is an ABTA member and ATOL protected, if your holiday is affected we will contact you in due course. Where refunds are to be issued we will get these from the Tour Operators as soon as possible to pass on. For Co-op Holidays packages refunds will be made in approximately 14-21 days from the date of cancellation.

General advice for travellers- Updated 1 April 2020

Travel update

On 17 March the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advised against all non-essential overseas travel for British nationals, initially for a 30-day period.  

On 23 March the FCO advised all British travellers to return to the UK.

General travel advice for travellers

The FCO currently advises against all non-essential overseas travel for British nationals. British people who decide that they still need to travel abroad should be fully aware of the increased risks of doing so. That includes the risk that they may not be able to get home, if travel restrictions are put in place.

For the latest updates please visit the FCO website here.

Those currently in destination are advised by the Government to return to the UK now and should contact their travel company. They should also be aware that many destination authorities have introduced enhanced health measures including self-isolation procedures, and it is very important that travellers follow the public health advice relating to their local destination. Travellers should comply with these processes and take relevant preventative measures to reduce the risk of exposure. Travellers should also keep up to date on local advice.

For full information relating to the Coronavirus outbreak please visit the Government websitePublic Health England and the TravelHealthPro website.

Advice to customers seeking refunds and with forward bookings

On 17 March the Government advised against all non-essential travel overseas, initially for a period of 30 days, which has effectively brought travel overseas to a complete standstill and led to hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers not being able to take their holiday. 

This situation is completely unprecedented, and the Government is urgently reviewing options to introduce temporary changes to regulations that will create a longer window for repaying refunds without affecting the protection provided by an ABTA or ATOL protected holiday.

Many customers have already postponed or rebooked their holiday or have received either refund credit notes or cash refunds from their tour operator or travel agent. A very important thing to note is that your holiday booking or refund credit note is financially protected in the event your travel business fails. Please see our guide on your options below. 

We completely understand that customers may feel frustrated by the process of receiving a refund but we would ask for your patience and understanding at this incredibly challenging time.  

Many tour operators and travel agents are doing all they can to help their customers but they have not yet received refunds from airlines and international hotels and without these they are simply not able to provide customer refunds, particularly on such a large scale in such a short space of time.

ABTA has also asked the government to establish an emergency fund for customers, where travel companies can’t recoup customers money from their suppliers, which would help alleviate the situation further, we will update customers when there is news on this.

We’d like to thank customers for their understanding, by following the steps below it will help to ensure that when this crisis is over UK holidaymakers will be able to book and enjoy their holidays in the same way as they have done for many years.  

We would recommend the following steps:

  1. If your trip has been cancelled because of the change in FCO advice, talk in the first instance to your travel provider to discuss options. 
  2. If possible, postpone your holiday or travel arrangements, don’t cancel – this will mean you have a holiday to look forward to in the future, and it will help your travel provider maintain its cash flow through the short-term challenges. 
  3. If you are not able to postpone, your travel provider may offer you a Refund Credit Note instead of an immediate cash refund. This Refund Credit Note can be used to book another holiday at a later date and, in the meantime, it is protected by ABTA/ ATOL if your original booking had that protection, so you would be reimbursed if the travel company failed financially.
  4. Further details on this option are below

    •  This protection will last until 31 July 2020 at the latest at which point, if you have not used the Refund Credit Note to book another holiday, you will be entitled to a cash refund.

    •  The value of the Refund Credit Note must be equal in value to the monies you have actually paid for the protected travel arrangements. 

    •  The Refund Credit Note must not include any other amount offered as a rebooking incentive or other offer. 

    •  Any such offers must be documented separately and are not covered by any scheme of financial protection.

    •  The Refund Credit Note must expressly identify the original booking reference and attach a copy of the cancelled Booking Confirmation / Cancellation Invoice and, where appropriate, ATOL Certificate. 
  5. If your travel provider has said they will offer a cash refund, please be patient with them as they process this: they are likely to be dealing with an exceptionally high volume of enquiries.
  6. If you have a travel booking for later in the year, please be patient. The situation is changing rapidly, and travel restrictions are currently only in place until mid-April.  You may incur cancellation charges or lose your deposit if you make a hasty decision.

Nobody knows for sure how long the current coronavirus pandemic will last, but we know that we will come out of the other side and we need to ensure that when we do, holidaymakers are still able to book and take their holidays and that there is a healthy and competitive travel industry to support them.  

Coronavirus Q&A

Q: What do I do if I have a holiday booked to depart after the current 30-day no-travel period (up to 16 April)?

A: If you have a travel booking for later in the year, please be patient.  The situation is changing rapidly, and travel restrictions are currently only in place until 16 April.  
If it turns out that FCO advice against travel affects your holiday, your travel company will contact you to discuss the options, at that time. 
If there is no Government advice against travel to your destination, you’re free to make the choice not to go, but there's no obligation on your holiday company to give you a refund. Normal cancellation charges will apply.
It is highly unlikely that you will be able to claim any cancellation charge on your insurance as there isn’t normally cover for disinclination to travel but you can check the terms of your policy.

The safety of travellers is a priority for travel companies, and their decisions will follow British Government advice.

If you cancel now, or don’t pay your balance when it is due, normal terms and conditions will apply and you will lose your deposit or have to pay cancellation charges. 

Travellers are advised to read the FCO travel advice for the country they are travelling to, which includes a link through to the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) TravelHealthPro website that provides specific travel health advice for countries. The Foreign Office also has a specific page with more information on coronavirus.  
Q: I’m abroad already, should I return home immediately?

A: All British tourists and short-stay travellers (this does not include permanent residents overseas) currently abroad should return to the UK as soon as possible where and while commercial flight options are still available. 
This update reflects the pace at which international travel is becoming more difficult with the closure of borders, airlines suspending flights, airports closing, exit bans and further restrictions being introduced daily. Further closures to air routes may come in the next 48 hours, possibly without notice.
See further advice here.

Q: What happens if I have to travel whilst the non-essential advice is in place?

A: British people who decide that they still need to travel abroad should be fully aware of the increased risks of doing so. That includes the risk that they may not be able to get home, if travel restrictions are put in place. Anyone still considering travel needs to be realistic about the level of disruption they are willing and able to endure, and to make decisions in light of the unprecedented conditions we face.

Anyone planning to travel should check the validity of their travel insurance.

British nationals who need to travel are advised to read the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice for the country they are travelling to, which includes entry requirements and a link through to the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) TravelHealthPro website that provides specific travel health advice for countries. 

As a precautionary measure enhanced health screening procedures have been put in place at arrival and departure areas in many countries. 

Many countries have also introduced entry restrictions for people travelling from certain countries, travellers are advised to read the FCO travel advice and sign up to email alerts for the country they are travelling to, as these are subject to change at short notice.

Q:  What are my options for postponing a trip?

A: As a result of the extraordinary situation and customer concerns over coronavirus, many travel companies and airlines are doing all they can to offer more flexible booking policies at this time, such as giving customers the option to change their travel date should they wish to postpone their holiday. In certain circumstances this may not be possible. Customers should speak to their travel provider to discuss what their options may be.

Q: If I cannot follow my initial travel plans due to the coronavirus outbreak, am I entitled to compensation?

A: You won’t be entitled to any compensation, as the reason for the holiday not continuing is outside the control of the tour operator. 

Q: My holiday is after the current 30-day no-travel period (up to 16 April) but I have a pre-existing medical condition and do not want to travel – can I get a refund if I cancel my holiday? 

A: As with the above advice, you’re free to make the choice not to travel, but if the FCO are not advising against travel to your destination then there is no obligation on your travel company to give you a refund. Normal cancellation charges will apply. 

If your GP has advised that you do not travel, and provided you with official documentation to confirm this, then you will need to check the terms of your travel insurance policy to see if you can claim any cancellation charge back. 

Q: My travel company says it is giving me a refund but that I’ll have to wait. Is there a time limit on this?

A: Currently, there is no hard and fast rule. If your travel company is able to provide a cash refund, please be patient. They are dealing with a huge number of customers, and with offices closed and staff working from home, it’s a real challenge. ABTA will keep an eye on the situation and encourage ABTA Members to do all they can, but it’s not unreasonable at the moment to expect the process to take upwards of a month.

Q: I have a package holiday booked within the UK, not overseas. Is my holiday affected?

A: Even though UK holidays don’t come under the FCO’s advice against travel, they are very unlikely to be able to go ahead as planned. Accommodation may be unavailable, activities and bars and restaurants are closed. Therefore, we advise that you follow our general advice above, under “Advice to customers seeking refunds and with forward bookings”.

Q: I have a booking coming up for accommodation only in the UK. What is the position for me?

A: If your accommodation is closed or can’t be provided, follow the advice above under “Advice to customers seeking refunds and with forward bookings”. If it is still available and you decide not to go, look at the terms and conditions to see if you are entitled to any refund or released from any obligation to pay. 

Q: What should I do if I have a trip booked to a sports event and the event has been postponed or cancelled?

A: This depends on how you booked your holiday and what the terms and conditions say. If the event has been postponed, you should speak to your travel company about rearranging your trip once the new date has been confirmed. 

FAQ's - Advice for existing bookings

I’m due to depart within the next week or 2 – what’s my best option, can I cancel?

Due to FCO advice against all but essential travel all flights and sailings have been suspended until 16th April 2020 so unfortunately your holiday will not be going ahead. We are in the process of contacting all affected customers to discuss options provided by the Tour Operator.

I’m due to depart within the next week or 2 – can I change the date of my holiday?

Due to FCO advice against all but essential travel all flights and sailings have been suspended until 16th April 2020 so unfortunately your holiday will not be going ahead. If you are travelling during this time then please email with your booking details and what date you wish to amend to and we will be more than happy to assist you.

My balance is due, but I don’t travel yet, what are my options?

If your balance of your holiday is now due then this will need to be paid. In line with the FCO latest advice your holiday is due to go ahead as planned. If you did want to amend or cancel your holiday, normal terms and conditions will apply. If anything did change before your travel date then we would be in touch with you to advise and discuss your options. You will be able to make payment by calling the number for Branch you booked with and your call will be diverted to one of our Virtual Advisors who will be more than happy to assist you.

Do I still pay my balance as usual, or can I wait? What if I pay my balance and am then unable to travel due to the Coronavirus?

In line with the FCO latest advice your holiday is due to go ahead as planned so you will need to pay your balance on the agreed date at booking stage. If you did want to amend or cancel your holiday, normal terms and conditions will apply. If anything did change before you travelled, we would be in touch with you to advise and discuss your options.

I have a holiday booked for later in the year, when will I get an update on my holiday and if its cancelled? When will I know?

Currently the FCO have only advised all but essential travel to imminent departures with suspended flights and sailing up until 16th April 2020. This is been reviewed daily and if the FCO extend these dates and it affects your booking we will get in touch with you to advise and discuss your options.

I’m due to travel in May, but as a vulnerable person will be in 12 week isolation, what are the cancellation options?

Cancellation and amendment charges vary with each Tour Operator. If you email with your booking details we will contact you and discuss your options.

How long will it take for me to get a refund?

Refunds have become delayed from Tour Operators, partly due to the sheer volume. Refunds would usually be provided by the organiser of the holiday (The Tour Operator) within 14 days and once we receive that we would pass it to you. Because of the extraordinary circumstances, there is a call for action to relax the refund timeframe for organisers. Refunds may be issued instead by way of a Refund Credit Note so that it may be redeemed later in the year for another booking.

I’ve been waiting for a refund for over a week?

Refunds have become delayed from Tour Operators, partly due to the sheer volume. Refunds would usually be provided by the organiser of the holiday (The Tour Operator) within 14 days and once we receive that we would pass it to you. Because of the extraordinary circumstances, there is a call for action to relax the refund timeframe for organisers. Refunds may be issued instead by way of a Refund Credit Note so that it may be redeemed later in the year for another booking.

If I pay my balance now for a holiday travelling later in the year and then have to cancel will it be a credit note or refund?

It is difficult to be sure, the rules are for a refund with 14 days however the extraordinary circumstances recently (and for the first time ever) have seen the regulation generally relaxed and the option now exists to issue a Refund Credit Note in the interim. The Refund Credit Note is however fully protected for a period of time so in the event of a financial failure the money remains safe.




The impact that Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had on the travel industry and the suppliers who provide services to create a package holiday has been extensive.

There have been necessary changes to how Co-operative Travel issue refunds to customers for their cancelled holiday arrangements. During this time refunds are taking longer than usual and we thank you for your patience.

If you have booked a package including an element of transport, such as a flight, train, cruise, ferry, it is important that you know that your money is safe and you are financially protected from the financial failure of any of the suppliers, or indeed ourselves as your Travel Agent, or Organiser.

If your booking is cancelled because the FCO advise against travel, you are entitled to a refund, but you may need to be patient with the unfolding refund process. It will be dependant upon the tour operator on your booking.

When we are a travel agent (You’ve booked your holiday through Co-op Travel and we sell you a holiday that is fulfilled by another supplier or tour operator. i.e. Jet2 Holidays, TUI)

We operate mainly as a travel agent, where we sell other companies’ holidays in the capacity of an agent. This means we can offer to you the consumer a wide range of travel arrangements rather than being limited to just offering one company in the main. When we collect money from you, it is paid over to the travel organiser. If the arrangements are cancelled and a refund is applicable, we must receive the money back from the supplier in order to hand it back to you.

Your refund and the Package Travel Regulations (PTR)

The complication with the scale of the current refund position is that the travel organisers are also waiting for the funds back from airlines, hotels, transfers and tour providers. If the amount of refunds that are due were all paid over, within the 14 days as set out in the Package Travel Regulations (PTR), there wouldn’t have been enough time for the funds to have moved around from company to company.

Ultimately someone would fail in the chain and there would likely be a domino effect leaving customers without refunds and having to make a claim against the protection schemes that are in place.

What Co-op Travel are doing

We are keeping in touch with all of the travel organisers we work with to make sure refunds are received as quickly as possible although there has been a call to government to permit that refunds should be made in the form of a Refund Credit Note, effectively delaying the refund to allow the companies involved to work through the administrative tasks to get funds back to the customer.

The Refund Credit Note would be redeemable against a future booking and there may be a option to exchange for cash at a later point (on or before July 31st 2020 is being considered but not yet confirmed).

It is important to note that the value would remain protected against the original booking to keep consumer financial protection in place, so your investment remains protected.

Due to the changes to businesses around the world from reduced staffing levels, offices being unavailable and the additional loss of new sales whilst consumers are coming to terms with the changes on their own circumstances, there is inevitable disruption and we would ask for your understanding of these facts.

When we are the Organiser

Sometimes when we sell travel arrangements to our customers, we become the organiser as dictated by the Package Travel Regulations (PTR), and so the responsibilities and obligations fall to us.

We will do our very best ensure that refunds are provided but we rely on our third party travel partners to make that possible. This may mean you are provided with one or a combination of Refund Credit Notes. The expectation is that they may be redeemed for a cash refund later in the year if you are unable to use the Refund Credit Note in the meantime (suggested 31st July 2020 but to be confirmed).

The information from many of the travel suppliers involved in the holidays we sell is changing from day to day, which in turn means it is difficult for us to be able to give clear and absolute guidance to our customers and would thank you for your patience as the refund process evolves.

Page updated: 31/03/2021 15:44

Before You Depart

Travel Money


We offer a huge range of currencies, available for purchase in our travel branches. We always recommend that you buy your currency or travellers cheques in plenty of time as stocks can be low during peak seasons. It's a good idea to monitor exchange rates and buy when the rates are at their best, but don't leave it too late! Use our locator to find your nearest Co-operative Travel branch where you'll find great rates on all currencies.

For more information, please visit our holiday-extras page.

Travel Insurance


Do I need travel insurance? 

We would recommend that you take out suit travel insurance for yourself and anyone travelling with you - including infants and children.

We can't accept responsibility for any loss that you or anyone travelling on your booking suffers if the individual isn't adequately insured. With all insurance policies, terms and conditions apply, so you need to make sure you've got the right policy for you.

What does my policy need to cover?

At a minimum, your travel insurance should be 'comprehensive', providing cover against personal accident, death, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability. Please visit co-op insurance.

Visa Information


How do I find out about the visa requirements for the trip I am interested in?

While we can offer information and advice about visa requirements, we always recommend that passengers check with their local embassy as visa rules can change without warning. Embassy websites in your home country will always have information about requirements, visa costs and will provide the required forms.

How do I organise my Visa?

Please contact the relevant local embassy, or visit a travel agent, to organise your visa/s.

Safety & Medical Information


The Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the NHS have up-to-date advice on staying safe and healthy abroad.

For more on security, local laws, plus passport and visa information, see

Keep informed of current travel health news by visiting



Can I check in online?

You'll be able to check in online if you're flying with easyJet, Aer Lingus, Jet2, Flybe, or Thomas Cook, and you've been given a separate 6-character flight booking reference. You'll do this directly on the airlines website. Just so you know, some airlines don't offer online check-in.

How do I choose my seats on the plane?

If you're flying with Thomson Airways or any of those airlines listed below and you pay extra to reserve your seats, you'll get to choose your seat numbers. You can either reserve your seats when you're booking your holiday, or you can add them later by contacting us. If you don't use our Select Your Seat services, your seats will be automatically allocated to you when you check-in online.

- Air Europa (flight prefix AEA)

- Albastar (flight prefix JQ)

- ASL Airlines France (flight prefix FPO)

- ASL Airlines Ireland (flight prefix ABR)

- Evelop Airlines (flight prefix EVE)

- Germania (flight prefix ST)

- Norwegian (flight prefix D8)

- Travel Service (flight prefix QS)

- Volotea (flight prefix VOE)

Choosing your seats

Once you've reserved your seats, you'll be able access the seat map of the plane from 90 days before your return flight, up until 6 hours before departure. If you have reserved Premium Seats, Extra Leg Seats or Extra Space Seats then you will be able to access the seat map immediately after you book your holiday on our Flight Extras page. This is what you'll need to use to choose your seats on the plane.

When you can use Select Your Seat

If you have paid extra for Select Your Seat and you're booking your holiday more than 90 days before your return flight, we'll send you a separate email once the seat map is available to you. If you haven't received your email, it's worth checking your junk or spam folder in case it appears there. If you're booking less than 90 days before you return, you'll find a link to the seat map in your confirmation email. If you have reserved Premium Seats, Extra Leg Seats or Extra Space Seats then you will be able to access the seat map immediately after you book your holiday.

Can I take my own food for the flight?

Yes.  However, we can't provide heating facilities on board - although for infants, we are able to warm bottles of milk in hot water. Therefore, we would advise low-risk food such as pre-made sandwiches and snacks that can be eaten cold.

At the airport and onboard your flight

Special Assistance


Airport operators within the EU have a responsibility to assist anyone with a disability or mobility difficulties during their time at the airport. This includes intellectual disability or impairment, age or any other cause of disability. The airports will signpost designated points for customers with reduced mobility.

The assistance Airlines can provide to disabled customers and customers with reduced mobility, can include the following (services will vary by airline – please contact us prior to booking and our agents will confirm the specific arrangements available for your selected airline):

  1. Assistance moving to and from seats on the aircraft.

  2. Providing use of the on-board wheelchair.

  3. Helping a customer to and from the on-board lavatory providing this does not involve lifting or carrying the customer

  4. Assisting a customer with their hand luggage on board the aircraft

It should be noted that any customers with reduced mobility will not be able to sit in an exit-row seat, if you are selecting seats as part of your online check-in and you select these seats, you will be re-allocated seats at the airport check-in desk or onboard the plane.

How we can help to make your journey easier?

If you have any disability, medical need or if you have difficulty moving around you’ll find the information you need here.

We recommend that you always contact us before making a booking to allow us to confirm that all the required arrangements can be made for your selected holiday.If you are unsure as to what may be classed as requiring special assistance, we recommend you download and complete the ABTA checklist which can be found here. This will help us to best advise you on the assistance available for your holiday booking. 

Many overseas accommodation, overseas transport (including transfers) and other holiday services provided overseas aren’t equipped to cater for the needs of disabled holidaymakers. Sometimes, the natural terrain and the layout of resorts can make life difficult for people with mobility difficulties. It’s important if you have any disability, that the suitability of particular accommodation, resorts, transport and services are checked and that you’re completely satisfied you’ve made the right choice before you confirm your holiday.

If you, or anyone on your booking require specific accommodation arrangements or have any other overseas requirements relating to a disability, we recommend that this is processed over the phone via your booking agent. We always recommend you discuss your specific requirements with our team before making a booking.

Assistance Dogs

The policies for assistance dogs being carried will vary between different airlines. Please contact us prior to booking your holiday if you are travelling with an assistance dog so we can check the requirements for the airline involved in your holiday booking.

For any other specific accessibility needs not mentioned above, please ensure you contact us prior to making a booking to allow us to best assist with ensuring your needs are met. You may find the "ABTA checklist for disabled & less moobile passengers" useful for planning your trip - you can download a copy here.

We can’t be held responsible if you don’t tell us about special requirements that will affect your holiday experience.



How will I find my coach transfer when I arrive in resort?

When you arrive at the airport, you'll be met by a Holiday Rep.  They'll usually be waiting for you outside the airport and will be wearing Thomson or First Choice uniform. You'll then be shown to the coach that'll take you to your hotel.

If you’ve booked or are considering booking a resort transfer between the airport and your accommodation as part of your holiday arrangements with us, you’ll need to contact us so we can help.

Our suppliers will try to accommodate all customers and their equipment/luggage on transfer coaches, but there are restrictions due to the type, space and accessibility of vehicles that are available in other countries. This means alternative transfer arrangements may have to be organised.

For example, If you’re taking an electric wheelchair or scooter, we recommend you book a taxi transfer to your hotel as in most destinations you can’t take this equipment on coaches. We can also arrange a taxi transfer for you if you are not able to climb the steps on the coach.

Please contact us for prices of taxi transfers and we’ll help you with any reservations you need to make. In some destinations taxis may not be adapted to accommodate wheelchairs, please ask us for more details when you call.

On Holiday

Board Basis


Here's a guide to what each of the board basis options mean:

Self-catering: Meals are not included at your accommodation, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.

Bed and breakfast: Breakfast is included at your accommodation.

Half board: Your breakfast and evening meal are included at your accommodation.

Full board: Your breakfast, lunch and evening meals are included at your accommodation.

All Inclusive: What's included in the All Inclusive package varies depending on where you're staying. To find details on what's included at the hotel you're interested in, please search for the hotel directly, or speak to your travel advisor who should be able to look into this for you.



Adapted Rooms, or walk in showers can only be guaranteed before a booking is confirmed. If someone on your booking would like to arrange these then please contact us prior to booking.

Other Common Questions



Can I contact you via live chat?

Yes, you'll find the live chat option on the Contact Us page. 

How do I amend my booking?

If you need to make an amendment to your booking call us on 01922 896 967.

Who do I call if I need a doctor or dentist while I'm away?

If you need a doctor or a dentist while you're on holiday, contact your Holiday Rep. Contact details will be on your arrival card or on your notice board at the hotel. If you're calling us from abroad, this will be charged an international rates.

When you get back


I experienced a flight delay, am I entitled to compensation?

You can make a claim if the arrival time was delayed by more than three hours, and if the flight took place within the last six years. Any compensation offered will be sent to the lead passenger. We aren’t able to offer any compensation for non-fare paying customers, such as children that flew with a free child place, or infants under the age of 2 years.  To make a claim, please contact your airline directly.

Terms & Conditions


For more information, please visit our Terms & Conditions page.

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