US Airways Is Sensitive to Economic Times


US Airways Vacations is offering customers peace of mind this summer when planning their vacations. Travelers who book vacation packages on between April 20 and April 24 for travel between June 1 and December 16 can cancel their vacation up to 24-hours in advance should they run into any conflicts or economic hardships.

When booking, customers should select the WaiverPlus option to receive the travel insurance waiver (up to a $69 value) for a penny. Should travelers need to cancel their vacation for any reason, they will receive a full refund on their vacation, minus any third party charges and the cost of the waiver.

"We don't want you to worry when you book a vacation,” said Chris Ames, director of product and sales, for US Airways Vacations. “This offer gives you the peace of mind to know that if you lose your job - or anything else happens - you can cancel your vacation and get your money back."

Vacationers interested should act quickly, this offer ends Friday.


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