In the event of a no deal scenario.
We strongly recommend that all policyholders check government advise, travel insurance cover and airline/holiday providers terms and conditions before travel.
Any policy already issued for travel post-Brexit will remain in place and cover will continue as per the contract at the time of sale.
We also understand that many of our customers will be abroad in EEA countries over the Brexit period and again, we want to reassure them that cover will continue. In the unlikely event that no deal is made and air traffic is grounded, or there are any other interruptions to travel, our stance is as follows for all policy holders:
- If a customer is abroad, we will automatically extend their cover with no additional premium.
- If a customer has a policy in place and is unable to travel, we will offer a full refund or the option to change their travel dates within the usual terms of a policy.
We hope this answers any questions you may have regarding our position in the coming year, however if there is anything else you would like us to answer then please do not hesitate to contact us.