Classic Vacations Rolls Out Enhanced Travel Insurance

Classic Vacations is now offering enhanced travel insurance coverage that covers both clients and agents.

Classic’s Travel Smart Plan now includes enhanced published air coverage. Prior to the enhancement, the Travel Smart Plan provided a money-back guarantee for travelers who cancelled their trips for a covered reason. Now, travelers may cancel up to 48 hours prior to travel for any reason and still get 75 percent of their air travel cost back. If clients cancel under a covered reason prior to departure, the airline ticket is fully refundable.

What’s more, qualified travel agents’ commission is also protected – up to $500 per booking. Some restrictions apply. 

“This offer is compelling in that it takes good care of both the agents’ customers as well as the agents themselves” says Greg Bernd, co-president of Class Vacations.

The new Travel Smart Plan offers these additional benefits:

*    100 percent of the trip cost is covered for Trip Interruption – up to  $100,000 per paid adult.
*   
Baggage & Personal Effects Loss of $1,000 per  person.
*   
Baggage Delay of $500 per person.
*   
Medical Expenses up to $25,000 per person.
*   
Emergency Evacuation & Repatriation up to $50,000 per  person.
*   
Accidental Death & Dismemberment of $15,000 per  person.

This is only a brief description of the coverage(s) available.  The Policy will contain reductions, limitations, exclusions and termination provisions. Cost of the Travel Smart Plan program is based on the time of travel and the total cost of the vacation package. There is no charge for children under 18 if accompanying adults purchase the Travel Smart Plan. 

Classic Vacations’ new Travel Smart Plan program includes the Classic Vacations Waiver and an insurance product underwritten by National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh.

The Travel Smart Plan program must be purchased at the time of booking the travel arrangements.

Visit www.classicvacations.com.

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