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IPP - Leaders in Scheduled Airline Failure Insurance (SAFI)

In addition to finding alternatives to travel bonding / guarantees, the aim of IPP is to fill the gap in passenger protection, whilst at the same time finding solutions to the travel industry’s own scheduled airline failure problems related to not only the financial demise of airlines. but also hotels, car hire, coach companies, rail companies, ferry/cruise companies and the other various other parts of a passenger’s itinerary.

Protect against the financial failure of end suppliers you sell

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End Supplier Financial Failure Tour Operators Insolvency Insurance Scheduled Airline Failure

Cover for Principals/Tour Operators and Travel Agents to cover the financial failure of end suppliers they contract with.

Insurance for travel agents and tour operators to meet the Package Travel Regulations.


Insurance for insolvency of a scheduled airline, protect your profits and passengers.

If however, you have a request not mentioned then please refer to our other products page.
Do you need Scheduled Airline Failure Insurance (SAFI) or Travel Insolvency Cover?
IPP (International Travel Protection) provides you with comprehensive Travel Consumer Protection. Allowing you to travel in complete peace of mind, knowing that you have the best passenger protection policy available in the event of scheduled airline failure.

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