The sudden and unexpected cancellation of flights to and from
in light of the ongoing war there leaves many business and pleasure travelers
in a lurch. How does one manage a travel disruption when they need to get home
from a far away country? Enterprises TV has some suggestions.
Business travelers might have the luxury of using a company-paid credit card to re-book another flight on another airline out of the country where they are stranded. Pleasure travelers might not have the same option. Booking a ticket on another airline that is not cancelling flights is very costly. There are options available to people who wish to travel far from home and in countries where civil strife is rampant.
Travel insurance covers many things such as lost or damaged luggage and change of airlines and flights in case of civil unrest. American Embassies can be helpful for travelers stuck overseas. Major credit card companies like American Express and Citibank can also be helpful for cardholders and even have travel-related services for members.
The Enterprises TV show suggests travelers download apps and international phone numbers for their airlines, credit card companies and travel insurance companies before leaving the
. American airline
companies may offer a travel voucher to re-route passengers or offer a full
refund for travel. There are many options for people whose travel has been
disrupted. Be sure to research all options. United States