The Consumer Council is advising Wow Air customers on their rights, following the announcement on Thursday 28 March that the airline has ceased operation and all flights have been cancelled.
The Consumer Council is advising consumers to consider their postal options, as price increases from Royal Mail for letters and parcels go live from Monday 25 March 2019.
The Consumer Council is advising passengers to check their hand luggage before taking off, following a number of enquiries.
The Consumer Council is urging drivers to shop around for better deals on their car insurance, as the latest figures from confused.com reveal Northern Ireland motorists pay more than the UK average.
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The Consumer Council, the statutory complaints body for transport, energy, water and postal services in Northern Ireland, picked up two awards at the 2019 UK Complaints Handling Awards in London.
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How well do you know your consumer rights? Do you know what your rights are if your flight or ferry is delayed? Would you be confident returning an item or making a purchase online?
Richard Williams, Head of Transport at The Consumer Council said, “Following the tragic accident of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, Boeing 737 MAX 8, both the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) have temporarily suspended Boeing 737 Max aircraft in their airspace.
Wayfair, the online home and furniture retail giant, has announced it is scrapping delivery surcharges to Northern Ireland and Scotland for orders over £40. This will now apply across the entire UK without penalising consumers living in these geographical areas.