Airlines and travel firms face millions in claims after applying wrong passport rules

airlines and travel firms face millions in claims after applying wrong passport rules

Sumary of Airlines and travel firms face millions in claims after applying wrong passport rules:

  • Thousands of travellers are set to claim millions of pounds from airlines and holiday firms after being wrongly denied trips to Europe.
  • Since the UK left the European Union, The Independent has repeatedly warned the government that it is misrepresenting post-Brexit passport validity rules.
  • Two European Union rules for “third country nationals” apply.
  • Travellers are told: “You will need a passport valid for at least three months after the date you intend to leave the EU country you are visiting [and] which was issued within the previous 10 years.
  • Britain’s biggest holiday company, Tui, has now changed its policy to comply with European law – but only after mistakenly denying boarding to a significant number of passengers.
  • Vanessa Pritchard-Wilkes is one of many holidaymakers wrongly denied boarding this summer.

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