Continental Airlines Vacations Announces Hurricane Policy

Continental Airlines Vacations announced the launch of its new hurricane policy to safeguard consumer purchases of vacation packages to Mexico, the Caribbean and Florida during the 2006 summer/fall period. The hurricane policy enables Continental Airlines Vacations customers to change their travel plans without penalty well in advance of a storm affecting their choice destination. The hurricane policy goes into effect once a hurricane watch is issued by the National Hurricane Center. Continental Airlines Vacations customers have ample opportunity to re-book their vacations to other destinations, while retaining their original dates of travel. The full cost of the original vacation package is applied toward travel to the customer's choice of any of the 250 plus worldwide destinations included in the Continental Airlines Vacations product line. The hurricane policy covers all Continental Airlines Vacations packages booked for travel from June 1 through November 30, 2006. To make changes, customers must call Continental Airlines Vacations at 800-634-5555.

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