16 JULY 2012

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Article from BTNews 16 JULY 2012

easyJet insurance

No Exclusions Ltd, a private UK-registered company, has announced the launch of an innovative new policy offering the airline passenger peace of mind protection against the cost of a new ticket, when any unforeseen circumstances mean that they miss their flight.  This pioneering scheme has been put together in conjunction with easyJet.

Missed Flight Cover enables an airline passenger to continue on their journey, with an immediate option (at the airport) of a new ticket on the next available flight at no additional cost, OR the choice of a full flight refund.

Recent consumer research commissioned by No Exclusions Ltd identified that a significant proportion of travellers have an inherent fear of missing their flight.  Last month an independent survey suggested that 71% of respondents claiming to sleep restlessly, or not at all, before a morning flight.  Across the UK, an average 43% of passengers say they will even consider staying at an airport hotel in order to alleviate this travel stress before flying.

Missed Flight Cover should make their worries a thing of the past.  It also covers the cost of any flight related services including reserved seating, speedy boarding, hold luggage, credit card and booking fees.  Price at £7.50 single flight or £9.50 return. www.easyjet.com www.noexclusions.com

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