Sorry for what is probably a duplicate, but I have been researching travel insurance and find it confusing. I am planning a trip to Turkey and ideally Egypt at the end of November. Given the fluidity of the situation, there's every likelihood that I may have to eliminate the Egypt leg--including on very short notice. I want to book US-->CAI (via IST)-->IST-->US as a multileg since it is much cheaper than RT US-->IST and RT IST-->CAI. I know there is cancel for any reason insurance, but I likely wouldn't want to cancel the entire trip, just the Cairo portion. Is there "alter for any reason" insurance such that I could eliminate the Cairo leg of the trip/change my itinerary to be RT US/IST that will cover the change fee and fare difference? In a perfect world, I just wouldn't board the plane for Cairo and that would be that, but since I don't want to invalidate my entire ticket, that doesn't seem like the best approach. Does this sort of policy exist? I see a lot about change fees for altering dates, but nothing about futzing with an itinerary and destinations with the same dates.