FlightNetwork.com CEO Says Travel Insurance Empowers Canadians to Make
their Own Health Decisions
TORONTO, Oct. 28 /CNW/ - FlightNetwork.com, one of Canada's highest volume online travel sales sites (second only to Expedia in Canada), today responded to H1N1 travel precautions outlined by Federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq. At a press conference today, Aglukkag asked travel companies, airlines, bus lines and others who operate 'public conveyances' to allow Canadians to easily re-book travel plans if they get ill.
In response, FlightNetwork.com President, CEO and Founder Naman Budhdeo strongly recommends that every Canadian invests in travel insurance for any upcoming trips.
"Travel insurance remains the best way for consumers to protect their financial and health interests," said Budhdeo. "Considering that travel insurance covers injury, cancellation due to illness or any travel advisories against a destination and is available at a fraction of the cost of your trip, it's the best way to protect you and your family."
"In most cases, there will be no need for Canadians to change their travel plans," added Budhdeo, "but it's important that every traveller can make their own health related decisions without suffering a financial toll."
FlightNetwork.com offers RBC insurance on every flight at an additional cost.
About FlightNetwork.com (www.flightnetwork.com)
As one of Canada's largest online flight booking sites by volume (second only to Expedia.ca in Canada,) FlightNetwork.com's proprietary flight booking engine offers consumers the advantages of last second booking, searches of over 250 airfares per transaction and unique mix and match fares that allow booking on different airlines for departure and return flights to get the lowest fares possible.
FlightNetwork.com advertises and delivers the 'lowest airfares from the top airlines' by offering consumers access to over 2 million bulk rates negotiated with major airlines. Backing up FlightNetwork.com's award winning online service are 50 insightful and well travelled flight specialists in the FlightNetwork.com call centre.
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