This Month's Top Articles
Travel Insurance UK news (page 23):
|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...
|Travel insurance customers 'should haggle for holidays'|
|13th March 2009|
|Those using the internet to find cheap travel insurance may also be able to save themselves some money on their holiday, according to one company.|
Lastminute.com advises holidaymakers to try and haggle with their travel agents to get the best deals available.
People should also avo...
|Save money on insurance on No Smoking Day|
|12th March 2009|
|Travel insurance customers may want to save themselves a bit of cash to put towards their holiday by giving up cigarettes on No Smoking Day.|
Furthermore, many insurers are also encouraging Brits to give smoking as it could bring down the cost of their life insurance policy.
|More travel insurance customers 'jetting off this winter'|
|11th March 2009|
|It seems as though many more Brits are choosing to get themselves some travel insurance and jet off for a holiday to escape the cold British weather.|
According to Sainsbury's Finance, there was a significant increase in the number of people making foreign currency transactions in January 20...
|Brits reminded: Travel insurance covers redundancies|
|6th March 2009|
|Brits should take extra care to ensure that they have proper travel insurance in place when they go on holiday during the recession, according to one industry body.|
The Association of British Travel Agents (Abta) believes that redundancy is the only reason many people would consider cancell...
|Expert: Brits will always travel|
|6th March 2009|
|The recession will not stop Brits from getting travel insurance and jetting off to sunny climes to escape the stresses of everyday life, it has been claimed.|
In the opinion of Jury's Inns, many people in Western Europe do not view holidays as being discretionary.
Instead, Brits thi...