According to new research from ABTA, a notable proportion of British holidaymakers may travel uninsured when they head off overseas for their summer holiday this year.
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
A survey conducted by MoneySuperMarket suggests that Brits are less likely to take out travel insurance for ‘staycations’ or trips to Europe than for long-haul travel.
Comparetravelinsurance.com.au believes the travel insurance market has made great strides in reducing stigma attached to mental illness and advises travellers to always declare their pre-existing medical conditions, including mental illnesses.
The days of customers gritting their teeth and staying with a provider whose service they consider to be substandard are effectively behind us.
ITIJ provides a run-down of some of the highlights of last week's ITIC UK in Southampton.
Good news – more US travellers are buying travel insurance coverage for their trips in 2019 than in 2018.
At least 41 people have died after a Russian passenger plane caught fire.
The Canadian province of Ontario is to cut its basic out-of-country travel insurance programme.
Measles continues to make headlines and travellers should ensure they are vaccinated.
InsureMyTrip has found that a worrying number of US travellers are not sufficiently clear on the parameters of their health insurance, and whether it would cover them on a trip outside the US.