Getting suitable cover
Considering how long it’s taking in the current climate to get a refund, it’s no surprise that people would rather hold onto their hard-earned cash than book another trip. Bouncing between travel companies, airlines, your credit card provider and insurance companies, it’s difficult to know who to approach first and who will cover you.
Back in 2010, Iceland’s volcanic ash cloud back cost insurers around £62 million, leading to insurers offering a bolt-on to cover volcanic ash delays and cancellations. Reading, and understanding, the terms and conditions of travel insurance in 2020 is going to be more important than ever.