A survey from the US Travel Insurance Association (UStiA) has shown quite how many travellers have their plans adversely affected – whether by illness or natural disaster – emphasising the need for insurance
The number of tourists suffering fatal accidents in Cambodia increased dramatically in 2013 compared to 2012, according to data released by the country’s Ministry of Interior
New research from Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Insurance in the UK has revealed that 22.8 million (48 per cent) people are planning overseas holiday breaks during 2014, compared to 20.6 million (43 per cent) who are planning a holiday within the UK
Allianz Global Assistance has announced the creation of AGA Assistance Japan Co. Ltd. to build upon and accelerate the development of its activities in the Japanese market
At the end of 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on 44 suspected cases of yellow fever – including 14 deaths – in the North African country of Sudan.
AXA PPP International (AXA) has released recent research in which it analyses the behaviour and intentions of British expats and would-be expats.