Please note that you must check the terms and conditions at any site you purchase insurance products from that you will have accessed from a link on this site to protect your holiday - Financial Failure Travel Insurance from as little as £5 per person

With over 50 airline collapsing over the last twelve months and record losses being reported during 2009 financial protection is very much at the forefront of travellers minds.

The Governments ATOL scheme covers holidays booked with a tour operator where a flight plus at least one other component part of the holiday are booked at the same time, however this leaves a massive gap in consumer protection for independent travellers, flight only bookings, business trips and people visiting relatives.

If your travel insurance policy does not cover Scheduled Airline Failure or similar financial protection then specialist policies are available from companies such as

All component parts of the holiday can be insured:

  • Airline
  • Accommodation Supplier (Hotel/Villa Owner)
  • Car Hire Company
  • Ferry Company
  • Train Company
  • Theme Parks
  • Eurostar
  • Excursion providers

Many more

The website is run by IPP, the worldwide leading specialists in proving this protect and security is provided by A rated Insurers (Standard and Poors), with combined Net Assets in excess of €100billion, giving peace of mind during these turbulent times.


 See also

September 2010: easyJet becomes first Low Cost Carrier to protect passengers

August 2010:  Flight Options collapse - Kiss Flights folds

July 2010: Airline Insolvency: Survey results reveal protection is expected

April 2010:  Volcanic Disruption - Airlines Count the Cost

December 2009: Globespan collapse highlights the need for travellers to check their Travel Insurance Protection

November 2009:  Bankruptcies over the festive season predicted by ProtectMyHoliday

October 2009: Insurers already have it covered - Holiday Protection

September 2009:  SKY Europe's failure warns passengers to check their travel insurance policy