New research has found that 82 per cent of families changed their attitude towards travelling to destinations like Turkey and Tunisia following recent security alerts.

It is sad to note that the fear of terrorism has become, for many, a new normal, with the spectre of indiscriminate violence never far from people’s minds – or the headlines

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) recently published a comprehensive report on what the effects, if any, of Britain leaving the European Union (referred to as ‘Brexit’) would mean for the travel and tourism industry.

International travel and medical insurers and assistance providers will be tested ‘to the limit’ this summer

In news that may not necessarily surprise all ITIJ readers, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has issued a warning to British travellers urging them to stop wasting the time of consular staff

The travel insurance sector is a fast-growing market segment in Singapore – and as a consequence, the number of fake travel insurance claims is also rising.

Features and analysis

ITIJ 184, May 2016
Mandy Langfield explores how insurers can handle a potential PR crisis
ITIJ 183, April 2016

What are the latest trends in travel insurance fraud? Femke van Iperen finds out

ITIJ 182, March 2016

Kevin Featherly identifies key approaches to boosting premium income