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Travel insurance and snow: Are you covered?
    Posted on 10/02/2009 at 13:49
The snow over the last week has led to absolute chaos for many people. Whether driving to work or just trying to get out of the house, it really has brought the country to a standstill. One of the worst-affected groups has been people wishing to travel abroad, many of whom were probably trying to escape from the cold. But with so many cancellations and added problems caused by the weat...
Czech Airlines set to introduce insurance service
    Posted on 29/01/2009 at 15:42
Some refreshingly good news was announced last week by Czech Airlines, which, in a move that many feel is unusual for those involved in the money-making airline industry, is trying its best to reduce the hassle involved in planning a trip abroad. Passengers will now be able to purchase travel insurance at the time of purchasing their flight tickets. The airline has penned an innovative deal wi...
Young winter sports fans urged to avoid alcohol
    Posted on 23/01/2009 at 14:10
A leading insurance specialist has issued a warning to anyone thinking of hitting the slopes this season. Those who have not been too badly hit by the credit crunch have been quick to take advantage of the discounted ski deals that have been surfacing during recent weeks and many of those travelling to the slopes are between the ages of eighteen and twenty-eight. For these keen skiers and boar...
As of the 1st of January 2009, travel agents are facing restrictions on the selling of travel insurance policies which will come as good news since many are accused of unscrupulous selling tactics. The new legislation means that in order to sell travel insurance, travel agents will have to be regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Authority) or alternatively sell on behalf of a company regul...
At a time when terrorist attacks in Bangkok and Mumbai are at the forefront of the news, we have all been reminded that getting a travel insurance policy to cover such events is more important than ever. However, it is important to know that most policies will not cover costs incurred as a result of security delays and terrorist attacks. Security Delay Insurance (Website no longer exis...
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