Terrorism has changed, and consumers are now expecting more from insurers
The UK’s only standalone terrorism travel policy has extended its cover with a single parent family rate.
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Almost three quarters of British tourists would likely purchase additional travel insurance against terrorism if the price was under £5 a fortnight, according to International Travel and Healthcare.
Avanti Travel Insurance has launched a product which aims to shorten the time taken to arrange travel insurance for last-minute travel.
Abbey Insurance Brokers plans to set up a new branch as the broker expands further across Northern Ireland.
Voyager Insurance Services is offering leisure travel insurance for people travelling to countries that are deemed ‘high risk’ by governments with its new product High Risk Voyager.
Travel insurance premiums have fallen by 9% in the last year, according to the first Consumer Intelligence travel insurance price index.
Columbus Direct has launched a series of self-service kiosks in UK airports that will allow flyers to buy travel insurance on the day of departure.
Esure travel insurance will be covering holiday cancellations for pregnant women who no longer want to travel to countries where the Zika virus has been detected.
Emerald Life has launched into the travel insurance market with a first-time product to close the ‘insurance gap’ faced by the LGBT community.
The British Insurers Brokers’ Association has sent a letter to members of the government, setting out their member’s opinions on what should be considered as the UK heads towards exiting the European Union.
Axa has signed a deal with Alibaba to jointly explore opportunities to distribute insurance products and services through the Chinese e-commerce giant’s platforms including Ant Financial Services.
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As many as 1.8m travelling Brits are putting their insurance at risk by not declaring pre-existing medical conditions.
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A standalone terrorism travel product has been launched to cater to the growing risk of attacks at tourist sites.
Axa has declined to cover medical bills for a pensioner who fell ill on holiday in Mexico because he allegedly did not declare an existing medical condition.
The couple who booked a flight from the ‘wrong Birmingham’ may have been given a free holiday in consolation, but they would not have been able to claim on their travel insurance.
Spanish insurer Mapfre is targeting a full 2017 launch for an online motor insurance operation in the province of Shandong, China.
UK insurance and travel provider Staysure is creating 120 new jobs across its business this year.