Many people have started booking spring and summer vacations. However, there is a lot of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Airlines and resorts have made canceling easier during the pandemic. But that doesn’t mean changing plans will be free.
People can still be hit with all sorts of fees, especially if they booked on a discount airline or selected the cheapest fare one a major carrier.
Avoid basic economy fares
Check cancellation policies before booking a vacation
Consider purchasing “cancel for any reason” insurance — regular travel insurance may not cover someone unless they are sick or injured
Pay a bit more for fully-refundable tickets, which are not as expensive as they once were due to a lack of business travel