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Ensuring our client’s travel with peace of mind this Festive Season

05 December 2019 Bryte Insurance Company Limited

Bryte is aware of and will continue to monitor the market concern about the sustainability of South African Airways (SAA).

As a responsible and customer-first business, we confirm that, currently, we will continue to honour all legitimate travel claims relating to SAA or its services.

“Bryte prioritises customer well-being and we design our travel business around effectively helping to mitigate traveller risk, especially during the festive season,” said Anriëth Symon, Head of Travel Insurance at Bryte. “We assure our current policyholders that all legitimate claims involving SAA will be honoured.”

We remain committed to the development and sustainability of the travel and tourism sector of our country and will continue to monitor market conditions.

 

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