New research has found that nearly 70 per cent of UK travellers believe that their insurance should cover the cost of rebooking a cancelled flight, plus the cost of all connected travel and accommodation.
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The Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) has called the travel cover offered by banks and financial institutions to customers for free a ‘Mickey Mouse product’.
A third of UK travellers believe that they do not need to purchase travel insurance, especially when visiting other European countries, according to Jetcost.co.uk.
Consumers buy their policies by looking at price alone, new research from insurance ratings site thatsinsurance.com has found.
The Association of Travel Insurance Intermediaries (ATII) in the UK has announced that it will be hosting its annual Cocktail Party on Thursday 12 October
Travel claims and assistance company CEGA has launched a new campaign advising UK gap year travellers to take out travel insurance.
New research from over-50s specialist insurer Staysure analyses the holiday and insurance habits of those in their 70s.
At a press conference with Michel Barnier, chief negotiator for the European Union (EU), and UK Brexit secretary David Davis, both men talked about the progress that has been made surrounding the issue of citizens’ rights, with reference to the future validity of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)
AllClear, a UK-based specialist medical travel insurance provider, has compiled data on the most common claims and their costs, finding that the most common claims relate to medical expenses – which typically cost twice that of cancellation
Employee assistance programmes (EAPs) are an important driver of workplace wellness strategies – but employers and providers need to rethink how they message and communicate them, according to MetLife Employee Benefits