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.
Following an attack at Paris Orly Airport, France, travel insurance comparison site Squaremouth has explained insurance coverage for impacted travellers.
Squaremouth has explained what travellers should look out for when offered travel insurance through their cruise line.
CSA Travel Protection has advised consumers that credit cards are not a good replacement for travel insurance.
TravelInsurance.com has advised consumers that they can significantly expand their options, in terms of benefits and price, with a quick online comparison.
Thirty per cent of Australian travellers did not take out travel insurance on their last cruise.
Squaremouth has offered a useful warning to cruise travellers about three common mistakes that can invalidate a claim.