Originally Posted by macadam
The Dept of Foreign Affairs are advising against non essential travel to Spain, am I entitled to a full refund from Ryanair or best to go through the travel insurance?
Flying to Lanzarote this weekend but due to medical (not Covid 19 related) I cannot travel.
If you can get a letter from your GP to say that you are not fit to travel then it's business as usual and you claim the airfare back from your travel insurance.
There are four scheduled flights to Lanzarote tomorrow from Dublin, all are status 'on schedule'.
As the DFA has advised against all but essential travel to Spain, you may be able to claim from your insurance, you need to check the policy. My AIG policy would cover this situation .....
if after the time the Insured Person books their trip, the Department of Foreign Affairs advises against all but essential travel to their intended destination.
Here is an extract from the DFA travel advice page on Spain.....
Latest travel alert
For the moment, we recommend against non-essential travel to Spain (including the Balearic and Canary Islands).