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ABTA – The Travel Association today has revealed that the number of skiers and snowboarders travelling without adequate winter sports travel insurance has increased.
With the summer holidays well underway and an estimated 14 million Brits travelling abroad from July to September, ABTA – The Travel Association – is urging them to take out travel insurance if they haven’t already done so.
New research from Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Insurance reveals that Brits who took more than one holiday in 2012 could have collectively saved themselves an estimated £195 million had they purchased one annual travel insurance policy instead of multiple single trip policies.
Millions are putting themselves at risk of sky high medical bills, with nearly one in four (24 per cent) travellers holidaying abroad without travel insurance, ABTA reports.
The travel insurance provider Essential Travel has announced that helmet-wearing is now compulsory for its winter sports insurance cover – an industry first.
The number of British holidaymakers having to be hospitalised whilst they are on holiday, has risen by 3 per cent.
A new insurance scheme for missed flights, Missed Flight Cover from No Exclusions, is launching with easyJet.
One in ten travellers don’t read the small print on their travel insurance policies, despite the serious health risks that may result, according to AllClear Travel Insurance.
Holiday company offers 'snow assurance' travel insurance protection against bad weather disruption and freezes prices until 31st March 2012.
A new travel insurance product is being launched with the aim of meeting the needs of female holidaymakers.
Sainsbury's Travel Insurance has reminded UK holidaymakers of the importance of being insured, following a survey which found that one in five Brits go abroad without cover.
A new travel insurance product has been launched to provide cover for legal costs if consumers decide to seek compensation from their holiday company.
AXA has launched a new insurance product that includes cover for independent travellers.
The cost of travel insurance is expected to rise by over 20 per cent early next year.
The recent volcanic ash cloud chaos has prompted The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to lobby for a review of compensation legislation.
In response to the chaos caused by the Icelandic ash cloud just three months ago, and the following turmoil that ensued with regards to the reclaiming insurance monies, a new report has been published detailing the providers who really helped their customers.
Authorities have reissued warnings regarding the risk of rabies and other viruses when visiting Bali. The reference to 'serious risk' comes as around 60 Balinese have died of the virus in the last two years.
Many travel agents sell potentially unsuitable policies and offer poor value for money on travel insurance, warns a new report from consumer researcher <i>Which?<i>.
The UK Foreign Office has confirmed the announcement by Cuban officials that visitors arriving on the island without travel insurance will not be granted entry into the country.
Following two days of flight disruption caused by the ongoing volcanic ash cloud, flights from airports in the north of the UK were operating as normal today.
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Visitors to the UK must now carry a European Health Insurance Card in case they need immediate medical treatment, the Department of Health warns.
World First Travel Insurance has raised its upper age limit for travel insurance to 100-years-old.
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