This Month's Top Articles
Travel Insurance UK news (page 23):
|Brits 'may save money on travel insurance' with UK holidays|
|7th April 2009|
|Brits may be saving themselves some money on the cost of their travel insurance this year as many are planning to stay in the UK for a holiday.|
Research from insurance from LV= found that a quarter of adults are choosing not to go abroad for a break, while 15 per cent are not planning a 'ma...
|AXA updates travel insurance for Channel Island holidaymakers|
|2nd April 2009|
|AXA has announced that it is updating its travel insurance policies so that customers are covered following changes regarding the Channel Islands.|
It was recently announced that the current agreement which permits UK travellers to receive certain medical treatments in the Channel Islands fr...
|RIAS: Check cover before choosing cheap travel insurance|
|1st April 2009|
|Many people fail to give enough attention to arranging travel insurance when booking a holiday, it has been claimed.|
According to RIAS, customers often make decisions based on price without checking the level of cover they are receiving.
Consumers have been warned that although the...
|Travel insurance needed 'as airlines risk folding'|
|31st March 2009|
|Brits jetting off on holiday this year have been urged to make sure they purchase travel insurance as there is an increased risk of airlines folding due to the credit crunch.|
EssentialTravel.co.uk states that the airline industry is currently in trouble and many firms are being forced to lo...
|Ryanair: Travel insurance offers peace of mind|
|31st March 2009|
|Holidaymakers have been advised that purchasing travel insurance can offer "peace of mind" when booking a relaxing getaway.|
According to budget flight airline Ryanair, whether people are relaxing on a sunny beach in the Mediterranean or hitting the Alps for a spot of skiing, trave...
|Brits warned not to holiday without travel insurance or EHICs|
|25th March 2009|
|Holidaymakers have been warned not to run the risk of paying expensive medical bills abroad by letting their travel insurance or European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) run out.|
The government has warned that at the end of March, more than 3.3 million EHICs will run out.
|Travel insurance warning for Channel Island visitors|
|21st March 2009|
|Brits going on holiday to the Channel Islands this year will soon be required to have adequate travel insurance, it has been announced.|
From April 1st 2009, the department of health recommends that all UK residents travelling to the islands are covered as healthcare arrangements are due to ...
|Cruises 'have no hidden costs' for travel insurance customers|
|21st March 2009|
|Those looking to save money on their holiday and travel insurance may wish to consider going on a cruise.|
This is because the industry is recession resilient, according to the Passenger Shipping Association (PSA).
Furthermore, when going on a cruise there are no hidden costs and cu...
|Staying in the UK 'could save money' for travel insurance customers|
|20th March 2009|
|Brits may be saving themselves some money on travel insurance as they are opting to stay in the UK, it has been claimed.|
According to Hoseasons, the strength of the euro against the pound is encouraging people to look a little closer to home when booking themselves a holiday.
|Travel insurance customers 'may be put first by CAA'|
|17th March 2009|
|Travel insurance customers jetting off on their holidays may be interested to learn that the government has put forward proposals to fine airports for disrupting passenger holidays.|
According to the Air Transport Users Council (AUC), airlines have previously assumed that what they want is a...