Many airports globally are having trouble with delayed flights and lost baggage and a new survey done by Rates.ca shows many Canadians are thinking long and hard about their travel plans.
“We found that 35% of Canadians that were planning to travel by plane have changed their plans,” said John Shmuel, managing editor of Rates.ca.
In order to try and save themselves from the consequences of delayed flights and lost baggage, people are looking at buying travel insurance now more than ever.
“We also found that 78% of Canadians that did change their travel plans were also looking at purchasing travel insurance as a result of what’s going on,” said Shmuel.
These issues are largely due to the staffing shortages, an issue not…