A B.C. travel expert says the recent travel ban south of the border so far isn’t leading people to book holidays that by-pass the U.S., but she’s cautioning people to be certain before they book.
Claire Newell says she’s compared this Saturday and Sunday to the same days last year and the number of bookings has remained the same.
No one so far has cancelled their trip planned to the U.S.
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But she says if you book and change your mind you’ll be on the hook.
“There’s really no precedent for this. There’s no insurance that’s going to cover you if you decide you don’t want to travel. And, if you book something and then later decide you don’t want to travel it also likely it won’t be covered
Newell says air carriers and hotels continue to work with those from countries currently banned from entering the U.S.