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Booked with Thomas Cook? Uncertain about what might be covered under your travel insurance policy? The below information is designed to help you understand what may be covered and anything you’ll need to do to make a claim.
What to do
If you need to make a claim, you can do so by logging into your policy or by calling us on +44 (0)207 748 0061.
Bear in mind
If you’ve made a flight only booking and this wasn’t ATOL protected….
Whether you’re due to travel soon or you’re abroad already, bookings not protected by ATOL may be covered by the Scheduled airline failure section of cover.
This cover only becomes applicable where you can’t get a refund of replacement flight from the airline and where you can’t claim a refund from your credit card provider.
Our policy covers two different scenarios:
In both situations, cover only applies if your flight was booked as a scheduled flight, and not as part of a package holiday. You’ll need to provide proof that you can’t get a refund and were not offered a replacement flight.
If you’ve made a package booking ….
Thomas Cook are a tour operator and your booking should have included ATOL protection. You should have received a certificate as part of your booking paperwork. ATOL bookings are protected. The scheme will enable you to complete your holiday if already at travel or offer a full refund if you’re due to travel in the future. For more details on ATOL protection, please see https://www.caa.co.uk/ATOL-protection/Consumers/About-ATOL/.
Because the ATOL scheme fully protects your booking, our policy does not provide any cover for costs associated with completing your holiday or refunding your holiday costs.
If you are at travel and the replacement flight home is later than your originally planned return flight….
Where you hold a level of cover that includes delayed departure cover; we will consider any claims for delayed departure. This means that we will pay a fixed sum for each complete 12-hour period of delay.