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Hellen Nathan

Hurricane Irma

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I'm traveling to Cuba in a few weeks.  What happens if there is no resort to travel to, if it is destroyed by the storm ?

Whilst I know this isn't life changing for me not having my holiday (honeymoon) I just want to know what the procedure is.

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Hi Helen, 

Thanks for your query. 

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the adverse weather conditions in Florida and the Caribbean.

Hurricane Irma is affecting areas in the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Florida.

Understandably travellers already in the region or with imminent plans to visit are concerned.

We are closely tracking the situation and are working round the clock with all of our airline, tour operator, tourist board, cruise and hotel partners to ensure the safety of our customers, which is our top priority.

Barrhead Travel have a dedicated operational team working with customers in affected areas to provide assistance where needed. We are also contacting customers who are due to travel to affected areas imminently. As always, we take our guidance on safety for travel from the Foreign Office.

Customers due to travel to these areas within the coming days can get in touch with their local branch where their booking was made. 

Thank you

Barrhead Travel Admin




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