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Posted 18th Mar

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Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover you if you can't go. Just food for thought, it's an unprecedented situation and insurers would not pay a claim if you have booked to go somewhere when the FCO have advised not to travel.
us_agent201218/03/2020 11:05

Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover …Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover you if you can't go. Just food for thought, it's an unprecedented situation and insurers would not pay a claim if you have booked to go somewhere when the FCO have advised not to travel.


Also providing Easy Jet are still operating by winter.
This is basically a donate button to Easyjet

They won't be operating by fall, and you're effectively giving your money to an executive's bonus

But sure, go ahead. Moo
foxmeister18/03/2020 11:18

You really think flights will be back to normal by October?! No chance ...


So I claim back on my credit card. What do I really stand to lose?
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Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover you if you can't go. Just food for thought, it's an unprecedented situation and insurers would not pay a claim if you have booked to go somewhere when the FCO have advised not to travel.
Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays to Madeira and Alicante for less than £60 return each.
Really not appropriate at the moment lol
Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy
us_agent201218/03/2020 11:05

Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover …Be careful anyone booking anything expecting travel insurance will cover you if you can't go. Just food for thought, it's an unprecedented situation and insurers would not pay a claim if you have booked to go somewhere when the FCO have advised not to travel.


Also providing Easy Jet are still operating by winter.
PlumCoture18/03/2020 11:08

Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this …Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy



I dont think anybody will be able to answer your question. Situation changes daily.
Searcher218/03/2020 11:05

Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays …Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays to Madeira and Alicante for less than £60 return each.


You really think flights will be back to normal by October?! No chance ...
PlumCoture18/03/2020 11:08

Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this …Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy


The Gov advice is not to travel so most likely your travel insurance would not cover medical expenses if you have travelled against the advice of the Government. Best to give your policy wording a good read through
This is basically a donate button to Easyjet

They won't be operating by fall, and you're effectively giving your money to an executive's bonus

But sure, go ahead. Moo
With statements like "Most airlines face bankruptcy by end of May, industry body warns" Would it be wise to book so far in advance?
foxmeister18/03/2020 11:18

You really think flights will be back to normal by October?! No chance ...


So I claim back on my credit card. What do I really stand to lose?
Can I pay with extremely rare toilet paper?
PlumCoture18/03/2020 11:08

Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this …Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy


A friend of mine and her Husband live over there, (emigrated) and have been over here for the last 6 weeks on holiday. They had a flight pre-booked to go back to Turkey yesterday evening (17th March). They were just 20 minutes away from Gatwick, (after driving 150 miles), when they received a text from EasyJet stating that their flights had been cancelled, and to not go to the airport.

Turkey has closed it's borders. So my advice would be "buyer beware".
Searcher218/03/2020 11:36

So I claim back on my credit card. What do I really stand to lose?


This is exactly what I think
foxmeister18/03/2020 11:18

You really think flights will be back to normal by October?! No chance ...


Can you provide a link to your source? thanks
PlumCoture18/03/2020 11:08

Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this …Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy


see this

thesun.co.uk/tra…us/
Thanks have booked 4 return trips.
I'm assuming if the company goes bump or you cant fly because of government lockdown so the flight gets cancelled, you'd be covered by credit card?
Jimdabod18/03/2020 12:38

I'm assuming if the company goes bump or you cant fly because of …I'm assuming if the company goes bump or you cant fly because of government lockdown so the flight gets cancelled, you'd be covered by credit card?


Isn't that the case if the total is over £100?
bigstu8418/03/2020 12:44

Isn't that the case if the total is over £100?


Yes, thats my understanding as well.
Pointless
Someone is buying flights up. Been playing around with dates in January and some routes are showing as sold out.
PlumCoture18/03/2020 11:08

Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this …Serious question, I have a holiday booked abroad to Turkey mid august this year, there arent many cases confirmed in Turkey...so would I be able to go? It's just me and my partner and we are both under 27 fit and healthy


I wouldn't worry about it in August it should have died off by then. If not I would only not go if advised not to travel
Anyone expecting this to blow over in less than 12 months still has their head in the sand.
I was really tempted with this as had 2 weeks booked to Majorca with Easyjet on Sat 4th April, but think I may leave it a while (maybe book some long weekends camping as well as 2 weeks camping we have already have booked in the Isle of Wight at the beginning of the school holidays (if that still goes ahead)).
Booked yesterday for 17 in total (4 families) for next feb, Bristol to Geneva. £161.92 for a family of 4 return. Checked to see and all sold out today. It's got to be worth a punt, paid using credit card. Probably wouldn't have bothered if thinking of travelling anytime sooner.
Edited by: "Ryan_Prosser" 18th Mar
awastedyouth18/03/2020 15:05

Anyone expecting this to blow over in less than 12 months still has their …Anyone expecting this to blow over in less than 12 months still has their head in the sand.


You believe there won’t be commercial flights in the next 12 months?
robodan91818/03/2020 11:22

This is basically a donate button to EasyjetThey won't be operating by …This is basically a donate button to EasyjetThey won't be operating by fall, and you're effectively giving your money to an executive's bonusBut sure, go ahead. Moo


Moo yourself you filthy 🐄
robodan91818/03/2020 11:22

This is basically a donate button to EasyjetThey won't be operating by …This is basically a donate button to EasyjetThey won't be operating by fall, and you're effectively giving your money to an executive's bonusBut sure, go ahead. Moo


What is fall? Kids of today.
daniellndn18/03/2020 20:37

You believe there won’t be commercial flights in the next 12 months?


There won't be much of anything for the next 12 months. The public are still being drip-fed the true extent of what's coming.
yorkie1218/03/2020 13:53

Someone is buying flights up. Been playing around with dates in January …Someone is buying flights up. Been playing around with dates in January and some routes are showing as sold out.


Maybe not. You can also switch any existing bookings to the new dates free of charge - So it's highly likely people are doing that.
awastedyouth18/03/2020 20:54

There won't be much of anything for the next 12 months. The public are …There won't be much of anything for the next 12 months. The public are still being drip-fed the true extent of what's coming.

Are you not the public? Time will tell I guess. I personally feel it’ll be resolved globally ASAP for economic reasons.
Bartleby18/03/2020 20:59

Maybe not. You can also switch any existing bookings to the new dates free …Maybe not. You can also switch any existing bookings to the new dates free of charge - So it's highly likely people are doing that.


How you can do that free of charge?
kumo12318/03/2020 21:16

How you can do that free of charge?


Here's a snippet of the email I recieved.

"Due to the unprecedented circumstances, we’re launching our winter schedule early so that if you have an existing booking you can change to a flight for travel up until February 2021.

We’ve waived our change fees until further notice, so you can currently amend the date and/or destination of your existing flight booking for free. The quickest and easiest way to do this is via Manage Bookings on our app. We’ve also got a dedicated Customer Service number to support those wanting to change existing bookings: 0330 365 5030."
daniellndn18/03/2020 20:45

What is fall? Kids of today.


ok boomer
I'm one of those horrible foreigners that scared you into leaving the largest trading block in history, whose response to coronavirus will protect their people whereas ours tells us "no reason to close schools", "just wash your hands", and "prepare to lose family"
I'm also a health researcher who you probably didn't realise you needed until this crisis
Don't worry, as soon as it's over I'm gone as well! You can have what's left!
Edited by: "robodan918" 19th Mar
robodan91819/03/2020 00:34

ok boomerI'm one of those horrible foreigners that scared you into leaving …ok boomerI'm one of those horrible foreigners that scared you into leaving the largest trading block in history, whose response to coronavirus will protect their people whereas ours tells us "no reason to close schools", "just wash your hands", and "prepare to lose family"I'm also a health researcher who you probably didn't realise you needed until this crisisDon't worry, as soon as it's over I'm gone as well! You can have what's left!


Do you mean an angry horrible foreigner?
Searcher218/03/2020 11:05

Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays …Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays to Madeira and Alicante for less than £60 return each.


Me also, booked Barcelona for Christmas week. 4 adults £60 return each. Will book bags etc later, nearer the date.
Searcher218/03/2020 11:05

Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays …Caught me by surprise... booked October half term and Christmas holidays to Madeira and Alicante for less than £60 return each.


Worth noting at the point of booking the FCO advice was to not leave the UK. If it ends up you can't go then insurance won't respond.

I hope this doesn't affect you though and it's all blown over by then.
us_agent201219/03/2020 19:54

Worth noting at the point of booking the FCO advice was to not leave the …Worth noting at the point of booking the FCO advice was to not leave the UK. If it ends up you can't go then insurance won't respond.I hope this doesn't affect you though and it's all blown over by then.


I didn't consider that as I didn't think credit card refunds worked like that. I thought it you bought something and it wasn't supplied then they refunded you. In any case I can stand to lose £120 per holiday - if there are still in a position of restricted movement by Christmas I will be more concerned about mental health rather than money.
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