According to Squaremouth, a travel insurance comparison site, the volcano isn’t in an area where many tourists frequent and hotels and resorts shouldn’t be affected.
But what if there’s a travel advisory?
For example, American Airlines issued a travel advisory for people traveling to Hilo or Kona, Hawaii. If you’re scheduled to travel between May 5 and May 13, American Airlines will waive the change fee.
Squaremouth said this advisory would not qualify for a trip cancellation benefit under a travel insurance policy.
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