If your flight to Brussels was rerouted because of the terrorist explosions at the airport and you want to return home instead of continuing on your trip, you may be covered by your travel insurance under the Trip Interruption benefit.
If your travel insurance includes Terrorism coverage and you meet your policy’s requirements for Terrorism coverage, Trip Interruption can reimburse you for prepaid and unused travel expenses, as well as additional expenses incurred to return home due to Terrorism.
If your flight is diverted, but you do not wish to return home, please browse our other FAQ’s for your particular situation:
- My flight was diverted while I was in the air, or before my initial departure
- My flight was diverted, and I wish to stay at the new destination
- My flight was diverted and I have missed my connection to my tour/cruise/flight
- I was scheduled to return home today, but my flight out of Brussels is canceled
To determine if your specific policy covers the Brussels terrorist attacks on March 22, 2016, contact your travel insurance provider to understand your coverage and, if necessary, begin the claims process. Contact information for each provider can be found on your certificate, as well as in our Claims information center.
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