The US and UK have banned electronic devices on flights from a number of majority-Muslim countries.
CEGA has found that more and more travel insurance customers are lying about the circumstances of claims in a bid to get them paid.
A new report has found that many travel insurance policies in Canada are sold without appropriate medical questionnaires being completed.
Following US president Donald Trump’s travel ban and recent bans on electronic devices, GroundLink has surveyed 400 travellers on their international travel habits and opinions.
A new robot called Kokoro is selling travel insurance at Tokyo’s main international gateway, Narita Airport.
AIG Travel has updated its travel assistance app with improvements and new features in accordance with customer and broker feedback.
InsurTech has announced a new collaboration with multi-line insurer Zurich Insurance Group.
UnitedHealthcare Global US has entered New Frontier Group’s network of partners.
Chubb has announced that it will provide airline Wizz Air’s customers with travel and flight cancellation insurance cover.
Yonder Travel Insurance is revolutionising the way people purchase travel insurance by curating policies based on the travel type of the individual
Following a norovirus outbreak that has sickened several people across three provinces in British Colombia, Canada, several oyster farms have been shut down.
In Fiji, health and medical services minister Rosy Akbar has asked the local population for their help in preventing the further spread of dengue fever.
MedicalTravelCompared.co.uk has highlighted the need for those travelling with epilepsy to declare it as a pre-existing medical condition when buying travel insurance cover.
Following a recent increase in cases of yellow fever, Intana Global is urging companies that need to send their staff to Brazil to take measures and precautions.
AIG Travel has shared tips to help travellers ride out peak flu season.
New research published by Willis Re has found that risk to US property from thunderstorms is as high as from hurricanes.
Travellers’ concerns are rising after the US Government announced a ‘full review of all US policies towards Cuba’.
A record-breaking number of international visitors travelled to Mexico in 2016.
Collinson Group has issued advice for companies on how to prepare for potential difficulties their staff may face when travelling abroad for work.
The Insurance Council of New Zealand recently released its first Fair Insurance Code annual report.
International Medical Group (IMG) has rolled out new medical services in the UK to ensure excellent care throughout the duration of a member’s treatment and transfer.
Corporate Traveller is partnering with Doctor Care Anywhere to provide its smartfly travellers with access to virtual GP appointments.
According to a survey by Expacare, under eight per cent of UK business owners are aware of the insurance requirements for employees working overseas.
The International SOS Foundation has launched the annual 2017 Global Duty of Care Awards.
Seventy per cent of executives at European organisations consider educating their staff on travel risks to be a top priority for 2017.
On The Move
Three new appointments at Cigna strengthen the company's European senior management team.
Arch Insurance Group, a member of Arch Capital Group Ltd., has announced that Greg Johnson joined Arch Insurance in the US as vice-president of business development for travel. Greg brings more than 15 years of travel insurance market development and sales management experience and will report to Linda Fallon, senior vice-president of travel.
Saugata Basu has been appointed as chief underwriting officer at Collinson Group.
Cigna Global Health Benefits Europe (Cigna GHB) has announced the appointment of John Kaye as managing director, Europe, for its Global Health Benefits business.
Collinson Group has appointed Rebecca White as head of proposition – accident and health.
IAG is launching a new low-cost longhaul airline brand called LEVEL that will take flight in June 2017.
From May 2017, Air China will start more international routes, including Beijing to Zurich, Astana, and Jakarta; Shanghai to Barcelona, and Shenzhen to Los Angeles.
Since the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU, there has been an increase in young people taking gap years.
A new review has found that Americans are planning trips to Orlando and Cancun for ‘spring break’.
Columbus Direct finds the weakened value of the pound will cause 41 per cent of British holidaymakers to change their travel plans this year.