This Month's Top Articles
Travel Insurance UK news (page 23):
|Pirate risk 'may increase travel insurance'|
|10th December 2008|
|Those taking out cruise ship or travel insurance could find they end up paying more because of the threat of pirates, it has been reported.|
According to the Guardian, the failed attack on luxury American cruise liner MS Nautica this week has highlighted that piracy may be a real threat to t...
|'Health tourists' need right insurance cover|
|9th December 2008|
|Those heading abroad for elective medical treatments, such as plastic surgery or dental work, must ensure they have the correct travel insurance before leaving, it has been claimed.|
Helen Warburton of Post Office Travel Services was quoted by the Scottish Daily Record as saying that such ac...
|Thailand travellers highlight need for insurance|
|3rd December 2008|
|A blockade of airports in Thailand has highlighted the need for a good travel insurance policy that provides adequate cover.|
Many Australians are currently caught up in anti-government demonstrations in Bangkok and they have been advised to check their insurance policies before running up t...
|Holidays 'could save money on presents' this Christmas|
|26th November 2008|
|People are being advised by Lonely Planet that they could save money this Christmas by doing their present shopping abroad.|
If they shop around for travel insurance and take the time to find cheaper flights and hotels, they could pick up plenty of bargains while having the experience of vis...
|Brits 'carry on camping to save money'|
|26th November 2008|
|British holidaymakers may be looking to save money on their travel insurance during the recession by going for a traditional camping holiday instead of jetting off abroad, it has been claimed.|
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), camping and caravanning holidays hav...
|Brits need to buy travel insurance, says government|
|19th November 2008|
|Holidaymakers are being advised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to make sure they have purchased the correct travel insurance before jetting off abroad.|
It is thought that around 11 million Britons will go on holiday to warmer climes this winter and although they may be tempted...
|Check insurance before adventure sports holidays, esure urges|
|15th November 2008|
|As the popularity of high-adrenaline adventure sports is increasing, those choosing to participate in such dare-devil activities are being urged to ensure they check insurance details before booking.|
In the opinion of insurance firm esure, such sports carry a high element of risk and people...
|ABI warns skiers not to cut insurance costs on winter breaks|
|11th November 2008|
|Medical treatment on ski resorts can often be expensive, meaning holidaymakers are advised to take out travel insurance if they are hitting the slopes this winter.|
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) advises people to think about how they are going to pay their medical bills if they d...
|Rise of the money-saving mini-mooners|
|8th November 2008|
|Newly married couples looking to save money on their travel insurance when booking a honeymoon may find that a new, emerging trend provides the answer.|
According to esure, the 'mini-moon' is a short break lasting a couple of days straight after a wedding and many newlyweds are now choosing ...
|Lack of travel insurance is a slippery slope for skiers|
|31st October 2008|
|Brits that are planning on jetting off for a skiing holiday this winter have been warned about the important of having travel insurance.|
Insurance firm esure has said that over 1.8 million people are likely to hit the slopes this year and the credit crunch could mean holidaymakers try to ma...