Financial Default for Travel Suppliers
Travel suppliers can experience financial issues in unstable economic times, causing some suppliers to partially or completely suspend operations. WorldTrips would like to remind you of the importance of purchasing travel protection insurance for reasons such as Financial Default.
The Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption benefits included in many of our travel protection insurance plans provide coverage for Financial Default occurring more than 14 days after your effective date. You must purchase a travel protection plan with coverage for Financial Default prior to the date when Financial Default became foreseeable in order to be eligible for coverage.
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Czech Airlines - February 26, 2021
Norwegian Air - November 18, 2020
Once a union votes on a labor action such as a strike authorization, the strike is considered a foreseeable event
You will be covered for related losses if your trip protection plan from WorldTrips includes strike-related Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption coverage and you purchase the plan prior to the date of the labor action.
Please refer to the policy documents for your plan and state of residency to see purchase requirements and complete details regarding this coverage.
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No new strikes as of today
Weather Related Events
An extreme weather event such as a hurricane or tropical storm may cause travel disruptions, mandatory evacuations and more. Travel impacted by one of these events may be eligible for travel protection coverage and assistance services.
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Tropical Cyclone Odette - April 8, 2021
Tropical Cyclone Seroja - April 4, 2021
Earthquake North Island New Zealand - April 5, 2021