ITIJ September issues out now!

224 and AA Review out now
Travel insurance

Hello there, faithful consumers of travel insurance news! Don’t be afraid, you are in the right place – this is the same old ITIJ that you have grown to know and love, like a relative who quietly moved in years ago without you really realising, yet who is now an essential part of the furniture. We’ve just had a bit of a facelift, that’s all. A little freshening up around the edges, a wee nip, a wee tuck. We felt as though our old look was getting a bit long in the tooth, and as we pride ourselves on being at the cutting edge of happenings in your industry, we felt it was only fitting that our visual style reflected that.

We’re very pleased with our redesign – if you have any comments, please do let us know! But make sure they’re complimentary, our designers are very sensitive.

Of course, it’s not all about looks. We’re not that shallow. Behind the new, prettier face, ITIJ is still the same rich bastion of informative content it’s ever been – perhaps even more so than ever. We’ve got three Industry Voices, covering topics as diverse as space tourism and hurricane protection! We’ve got a News Analysis on dark tourism! We’ve got a feature exploring what’s going on in the world of brokers! And, of course, all the spiciest, most blazing amazing, most flaming hot sizzling news from the world of travel insurance.

We’re also pleased to bring you our latest Air Ambulance Review, in which we explore the intricacies of flight planning and the lengths gone to by air ambulance firms to ensure contingency plans are in place to cope with the unexpected, we hear from operators on access to insurance cover for their businesses, we debate the importance of crew debriefs, and we hear from Dr Thomas Buchsein on the best practices for transporting a patient with a decompressive craniectomy.

Read the September issues here now.