Passengers yet to redeem £643m in travel vouchers issued by IAG and EasyJet

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Passengers of International Airlines Group (IAG), which owns five airlines including Aer Lingus and Iberia, and rival EasyJet are still to claim €724m (£643m) in travel vouchers issued since the pandemic began. The companies resorted to the practice to avoid refunds when flights were cancelled, a move that drew criticism. IAG issued €600m in vouchers, while EasyJet said it had £110m in unredeemed vouchers. Former IAG employee and aviation consultant Robert Boyle expressed doubts over how many of the vouchers would ever be used, and how many would be converted to profit.

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