According to the results of a recent survey, nearly one-quarter (24 per cent) of UK men who are planning on taking a winter sports trip over the forthcoming year will not take out any travel insurance for their holiday.
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
According to Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIAC), as the proportion of air travellers purchasing travel insurance through online channels has increased, sales of coverage in Taiwanese airports has been hit.
According to the Ipsos MORI Business Resilience Trends Watch 2019 survey, carried out in partnership with International SOS, 43 per cent of key business decision-makers believe that travel risks will increase in 2019.
Despite the proliferation of extreme weather events – not to mention the threat of terrorism – a survey has found that many US travellers are not purchasing travel insurance for their trips.
James Sion, COO, Generali Global Assistance Travel Insurance, writing exclusively for ITIJ, explains how travel insurance can help those affected by the California wildfires.
ABTA has warned British travellers that they need to ensure they protect themselves with travel insurance that is ‘fit for purpose’, in order to avoid being the latest high-profile case of crowdfunding after a holiday goes wrong.
New research has found that a worrying proportion of travellers aged over 55 are failing to declare their mental health issues when purchasing travel insurance.
According to US-based travel insurance comparison site Squaremouth, weather has supplanted terrorism as the top travel concern of American holidaymakers.
World Nomads Group has announced that it is significantly expanding its operations in Europe to take greater control of the end-to-end traveller experience.
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