Travel advice: dealing with floods, riots and delays


What to do if travel advice for your destination changes just as you're about to jet off.

The recent disruptions in Turkey and floods in popular holiday destination Czech Republic have no doubt scarpered some holidaymakers' travel plans, possibly leaving a few wondering just what their insurance will cover. Holidaymakers are first and foremost advised to get in touch with their insurer to find out just what they are covered for as this will vary between policies and different insurers. As the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has declared some parts of Turkey still safe to visit, if you wanted to cancel your holiday to Turkey, you are highly unlikely to be covered, according...

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