Brits planning to take flights to Spain over the coming weeks have been advised to check their travel insurance policy and ensure they are covered against cancellations and delays.
Cabin crew at the airline have voted to take seven days of industrial action between March 20th and March 31st.
Mark Greening, head of product partnerships at Gocompare.com, said: "Yet again it will be innocent passengers who will be most disrupted when British Airways staff take industrial action.
Parents hoping to book a last-minute Easter holiday may wish to consider taking a break at the Mar Menor Resort.
Located in the sun-soaked Murcia region of Spain, it is easily accessible from the UK and is the perfect place to relax and unwind with the family.
The resort caters for people of all ages and is home to a children's club, where youngsters can make friends and try new activities under the supervision of qualified staff.
Guests can make use of the Mar Menor Resort's babysitting service, which can be arranged through the hotel reception.
Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Spain will find no shortage of interesting places to visit during their stay.
The popular Murcia region is home to a wealth of natural and historical attractions, including Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, which attracts thousands of sailing enthusiasts and scuba divers every year.
Other places of interest include the Roman Amphitheatre in nearby Cartagena and the 15th century baroque cathedral in Murcia city centre.
Guests can also visit the stunning Sierra Espuna National Park and the historical fishing port and lighthouse at Cabo de Palos.
People holidaying at La manga Club this Easter will no doubt be keen to sample some of the fine cuisine on offer.
Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to dining, with more than 20 bars and restaurants located around the complex.
One place where visitors are sure to receive a delicious meal is at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe's Amapola Restaurant, which serves up a range of tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
The establishment boasts a spacious and stylish dining room, as well as an impressive show kitchen.
If you're planning to book a last-minute Easter holiday to Spain, then you may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club.
Situated in sunny Murcia, the resort has something to offer people of all ages and is an ideal destination for families.
With three championship golf courses, 28 tennis courts and a luxury health spa you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of sports and leisure activities on offer.
Children of all ages are catered at the resort.
Parents searching for a holiday destination that caters for teenagers, as well as adults, need look no further than La Manga Club.
The resort is ideal for those aged between 13 and 18, with a wide range of exciting activities on offer.
Teenagers can take part in everything from dance classes to swimming lessons, as well as golf, tennis and football courses.
In addition, youngsters can try their hand at water sports activities such as scuba diving, sailing, wind surfing, kayaking and water-skiing.
The majority of Brits are planning to take holidays to Spain and elsewhere over the coming year, new research has revealed.
A survey carried out by Travelsupermarket.com found that the average person plans to set aside £1,014 for their main 2010 break.
Of those polled, 46 per cent said they are savvy spenders and like to shop around for the best deals.
Drivers planning to take holidays in Spain and elsewhere have been offered some advice on how to cut their car rental charges.
Writing for the Telegraph, Nick Trend said it is an important - yet often expensive - part of many trips abroad.
He noted that it is vital to book vehicles well in advance, particularly at times such as Easter, when demand is likely to be high.
According to Mr Trend, holidaymakers should compare prices across several providers and ask about the cost of extras such as insurance and additional drivers.
Thousands of Brits are set to take family holidays in Spain over the coming month, it has been revealed.
According to flight search site Skyscanner, the country is the most popular foreign destination for people travelling abroad over Easter.
Hotspots include Malaga, Barcelona, Palma and sun-soaked Alicante, which is home to dozens of golden beaches and attractions.
"Malaga remained the second most popular place for an Easter break for the second year running," the website noted.
Holidaymakers staying at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia will no doubt be keen to get out and explore the stunning Spanish countryside during their stay.
A great way to do this is to book a relaxing horse riding excursion with local provider Rancho de la Fuenta, which is located in the town of Los Belones.
The stable caters for guests of all abilities and is home to around 60 horses, as well as several donkeys and Shetland ponies.
Holidaymakers can take a course of lessons during their stay or opt to try a longer beach or mountain hack, which involve more intensive riding.