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Meena
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Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

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Arti
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Re: Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

Hijacked means the unlawful seizure or wrongful exercise of control of a Common Carrier, or the crew thereof. If during the Period of Insurance an Insured Person is travelling on board a Common Carrier which is Hijacked, then the Company agrees to pay to the Insured Person the Compensation stated in the Schedule for every six (6) continuous hours in excess of the Deductible up to the Total Sum Insured.

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vinodd
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Re: Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

Generally, hijack is defined as an unlawful capture or control of one's common carrier.

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kelvindsouza1
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Re: Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

It is usually the illicit capture of a common carrier or the whole crew.

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Arti
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Re: Defination of 'Hijack' according to the travel policy?

Hijacked means the unlawful seizure or wrongful exercise of control of a Common Carrier, or the crew thereof. If during the Period of Insurance an Insured Person is travelling on board a Common Carrier which is Hijacked, then the Company agrees to pay to the Insured Person the Compensation stated in the Schedule for every six (6) continuous hours in excess of the Deductible up to the Total Sum Insured.