Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel: The situation around the world is changing dramatically. Various governments have changed their travel warnings to restrict travel during this time. To understand how this may impact cover under your policy, please go to our FAQs and select your country of residence.
For the latest travel warnings and alerts around the world, read about lockdowns and border restrictions.
Heightened screening measures have been implemented at the main international airports around the United Kingdom.
Check the travel corridor list prior to traveling, as this list is subject to change at short notice.
From 4 July, the FCO has allowed British travelers to visit some countries and territories that no longer pose a high risk.
Different rules apply through the UK with the national governments of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland easing restrictions in different phases and at different times. For travelers or residents who are currently within the UK, make sure you understand the rules and follow the specific advice for each region you visit.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for large parts of the UK as Storm Dennis passes over the region.
Following Storm Ciara last week, which caused nearly 1 million power cuts and widespread travel disruption, Storm Dennis has led to a record number of flood alerts and warnings being put in place for England and Wales.
Ongoing severe weather may cause further disruption to your flights or travel itinerary.
Stay up to date with weather reports and contact your airline to find out if your flights have been canceled or delayed.
Winter Storm Emma is combining with the Siberian storm known as the "Beast from the East" to create the most serious winter conditions the United Kingdom has seen for years. A red weather alert - the highest level - has been issued by the Met Office for parts of Devon, Somerset and South Wales, and amber or yellow warnings are in effect for the rest of the country.
Harsh conditions are expected to continue into next week in some areas. Heavy snow is predicted for the entire region, with freezing rain also possible. Due to hazardous road conditions, unnecessary trips should be avoided. Travelers should be prepared for long travel delays and cancellations on bus, rail, and air travel. Check the Met Office for the latest weather information.
If you’re delayed or miss your flight, there are a number of options available to you where you can claim additional expenses. Contact us for more information.
Before you buy a travel insurance policy, check your government travel warnings and health advice – there may be no travel insurance cover for locations with a government travel ban or health advice against travel.
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