Trip cancellation and interruption insurance
Dealing with the unexpected is much simpler when you have options – so play it safe and give yourself some.
Is life getting in the way of your plans? No worries.
No one is immune from having their trip interrupted, postponed or cancelled because of an unexpected life event.
Sometimes extenuating circumstances can upset your travel plans or your return home. If you are forced to cancel your departure or urgently return home, you’ll thank yourself for planning ahead.
Protect yourself and pay only for the part of the trip you actually take. Ask our representatives about trip cancellation and interruption insurance.
Is bad weather or another problem preventing you from boarding your flight?
With the right coverage, your hotel accommodation and meal expenses can be reimbursed, as well as other expenses like taxi fare and long-distance calls.
Call sooner than later to top up your coverage
Don’t wait! If you purchase trip cancellation and interruption insurance within seven days of making your first payment, you will get extended coverage.
Call our representatives now and make sure 95% of the cost you incur to cancel or interrupt your trip is reimbursed.
Separation, divorce, marriage annulment or death of a pet - all you have to do is provide written proof of the life event!
What trip cancellation and interruption insurance covers
- Adoption of a child
- Airline declares bankruptcy
- Airline delays due to weather conditions that account for more than 30% of your trip
- Canadian travel advisory issued for the country you are planning to visit
- Disaster rendering your home uninhabitable
- Jury duty
- Scheduling change by your carrier that causes you to miss a connection
- Visa not issued
- Business meeting cancellation
- Job transfer
- Mandatory service for firefighters, police officers, and military
How to submit a claim
Call the insurance company you purchased your travel insurance to find out how to submit a claim.
Don’t forget to tell our representatives:
- If you must cancel or interrupt a trip because of a life event that began 3 months or more prior to purchasing your insurance.
- If you made your first non-refundable payment for a trip more than 15 days ago.