Holiday Credit Vouchers - check the expiry dates
Holiday Credit Vouchers Where you issued a credit note or voucher last year by your airline or travel agent during the early stages of Covid19 travel restrictions? If so please check them as millions of these vouchers will be nearing their expiry dates and may shortly not be valid.
If in doubt contact your airline or travel agent for advice.
EasyJet is amongst airlines extending credit notes as a result of the ongoing travel ban - vouchers normally carry a 12 month use-by date, all those due to end on or after June 30th will be extended for six months.
“Due to the ongoing uncertainty, we understand that customers may need additional time to use their vouchers so have decided to extend the length of time vouchers expiring within the next few months are valid for, in order to give customers more time to make a future booking,”
Holiday credit Vouchers
Jet2.com - all vouchers had a six month expiry, although the company – including Jet2Holdiays has not issued any credit notes since October 2020 as refunds were offered instead of vouchers
If you were issued a Jet2 voucher that has expired, contact the airline for a full refund. Those who were handed credit notes in September, before it changed its policy, these vouchers will be expiring shortly.
British Airways - all vouchers are valid until April 2023 - vouchers issued by BA under their ‘Book with Confidence’ policy will remain valid for travel until April 2023
Ryanair - vouchers generally are valid for 12 months, but all credit note validity has been extended until December 31st.
TUI UK state that customers who do not use their credit note by September 30th for holidays between May 17th, 2021 and October 31st, 2022 will be issued a full refund. Tui will not be issuing credit notes from March 31st 2021
Check the expiry dates on your credit notes or vouchers NOW and if in doubt contact your airline or tour operator.