Get the Best Travel Insurance in Singapore

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As you are gearing up to go on vacation, you may be prepared to experience some minor disappointments. Flight delays, lost baggage and even pick-pocketing are all accepted risks of travel. On the other hand, most people rarely anticipate airline strikes, which could leave them stranded with little recourse. Unfortunately, this happened twice in the first half of 2019, first with China Airlines in February and then with EVA Air in June. After the first strike in February, 50,000 passengers were affected after more than 200 flights were cancelled. The EVA Air strike in June had an even bigger impact, with over 850 total flights expected to