Holiday Extras Travel Help
We're Here to Help All Customers Affected by Storm Babet.
Travel Disruption Caused By Storm Babet
In the wake of Storm Babet, the Environment Agency has flood warnings and alerts in place, primarily in the Midlands, Yorkshire and the East of England. Rasin warnings are in place in parts of Yorkshire and the Midlands. Travellers in the affected areas should follow local travel advice and allow extra time for any journey to the airport.
Leeds Bradford Airport has resumed normal service after a temporary closure last week.
We acknowledge the challenges that these conditions may bring and encourage customers that are due to travel and worried about potential disruption to contact their airline or tour operator to double check the situation. We've added some useful links at the bottom of the page.
Customers With A Booking And Due to Travel
Customers with Flextras: Free cancellations bookings can cancel any time up to the booked day and time of travel.
Flextras: Saver customers can cancel for a voucher to use with the same product.
We encourage you to use our online amends system to change dates, times, terminals, parking options, as well as cancelling your booking if necessary.
Customers about to travel with questions about a Holiday Extras travel insurance policy are invited to email, [email protected]
Customers Already Abroad
Our support team are fully briefed and are here to assist and guide those abroad and those concerned about their travel plans. Best way to reach them is using our Live Chat service.Live Chat
For Holiday Extras insurance policy holders abroad we recommend you email us at [email protected]for advice on making a claim. There are many different considerations to a situation such as this and rather than give blanket advice, we will review and respond to each query individually.
The Environment Agency has flood warnings and alerts in place, primarily in the Midlands, Yorkshire and the East of England, and the Met Office has rain warnings in place for parts of Yorkshire and the Miolands. Flooding has closed part of the A1. Leeds Bradford Airport has resumed normal service.
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