Tag Archives: Holiday Insurance

Package Holidays vs Independently Booked Holidays

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Back in the 1970’s we saw the big ‘Package Holiday’ revolution, enabling thousands of Brits to travel abroad for the first time. They were a great deal; with flights, accommodation and transfers all included, organised by your local travel agent. All you had to do was choose from the brochure, pay your deposit and pack Continue Reading »

Is my EHIC still valid and do I need Travel Insurance as well?

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Britain is currently due to leave the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2019, so what is likely to happen to EHIC from that date? At present, the EU & UK have come to an agreement that there should be a transition period between 29 March 2019 – 31 December 2020 to iron out the Continue Reading »

How do I claim for my holiday?

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Answer: Claim against suppliers, holiday protection insurance and your credit card or visa debit card providers If you didn’t purchase a package holiday then there are fewer ways to claim if something goes wrong. Ask the company for compensation The supply company you claim against will depend on what went wrong with your holiday. You Continue Reading »

How do I claim for a package holiday without flights?

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Answer: Claim from your ABTA travel agent, claim against insurance and claim back your card payment Did you use an ABTA travel agent? Did you use a travel agent who was part of the Association of British Travel Agents? If so you can claim a refund from the ATBA. Did you purchase holiday protection insurance? If you Continue Reading »

How do I claim for my package holiday?

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Answer: Claim for your package holiday with ATOL protection and holiday protection insurance Did your package holiday have an ATOL number? Most package holidays come with ATOL protection. When you booked you would have received an ATOL number. This means that you can claim a refund under the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) Air Travel Organisers’ Continue Reading »