Suicide bombings in Tunisia have killed one police officer and left eight other people wounded.
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
Due to a security threat, an Air India passenger plane has made an emergency landing at Stansted Airport in London, UK.
According to new research from Comparetravelinsurance.com.au, almost one in two Australian travellers do not know which pre-existing conditions they should declare when purchasing travel insurance.
Large numbers of uninsured travellers are entering Japan and leaving behind unpaid medical bills that put great strain on the country's hospital budgets.
British holidaymakers are collectively overpaying for travel insurance by about £630 million.
From 17-19 June at the Kowloon Shangri-la hotel in Hong Kong, ITIC, the world’s leading international travel and health insurance conference series, is holding its 11th annual ITIC APAC event.
We are pleased to announce that the first wave of speakers are now confirmed for the 27th annual ITIC Global, which will be taking place in Malta this October.
Eighty-four per cent of male expatriates have needed to seek medical help while living abroad, according to AXA Global Healthcare - and 72 per cent have concerns about local healthcare standards.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has revealed some interesting figures regarding medical claims on travel insurance.
How will the Cuba travel ban affect travel to the country?
Today sees the launch of Allianz Partners’ ‘The World in 2040’ initiative, a wide-ranging series of reports examining the various trends that will impact the travel, healthcare, mobility and home life sectors over the next two decades.