Which? launch Stop the Holiday Hassles’, campaign to help delayed passengers

A new Which? survey has revealed that one in seven people who have been on holiday in the past two years have encountered a problem - equivalent to around 6.2 million people in the UK.

The survey of some 2,079 people revealed that the top complaint, experience by 30% of respondents, was flight delays but only half said they felt confident that they knew their rights if something went wrong.

Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, said:

‘People don’t deserve to come back from holiday as stressed out as when they left. This summer, we’re asking travellers to share their getaway gripes so we can expose the dodgy deals and shoddy service to stop the holiday hassles.’

Signup to the  ‘Stop the Holiday Hassles’ campaign to help Which? uncover shoddy holiday practices and they will send you tips to help your make your holiday hassle-free.

For the full story or to sign up to the campaigns go to :http://www.which.co.uk/news/2014/07/six-million-travellers-experience-holiday-hassles-373701/

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