Age UK, a charitable organisation designed to aid the elderly, has released new research citing travellers indulging vacations well into their 80’s.
2012—In response to the grounding of Air Australia fleet, Allianz Global Assistance has confirmed its support for travel insurance customers who are impacted by this event.
Following Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) announcement that Air Australia have gone into administration (statement below), Chartis Insurance has confirmed that, depending o...
Although Qantas has assured passengers there will be no further disruptions and a ruling handed down by Fair Work Australia has banned industrial action from three of the carrier’s unions, Allianz Gl...
Schoolies and offshore party-goers are at risk of having insurance claims rejected if they mix drugs, alcohol and dangerous activities, Australia’s top online travel insurer has warned.
Cover-More Travel Insurance kicked off ‘the BIGGEST Travel Insurance incentive EVER’ on 1st February.
Advances in baggage handling technology have been undermined by natural disasters and flight disruptions, increasing the risk of luggage loss in the world’s airports, according to Australia’s top onl...
An Australian leader in general insurance, Chartis has clarified its position in regards to travel insurance claims relating to flooding in Queensland.
Express Ticketing now has an automated travel insurance quoting facility, powered by Sabre and utilising Express Insurance by QBE.
Chartis, an Australian leader in general insurance, has clarified its position in regards to future flight cancellations due to Volcanic Ash.
iTrek, an Australian travel insurance provider, has decided to withdraw its social media campaign, 'Travel Agents Are Dead' after receiving criticism from the industry.
If ever there was an example of the need to travel with travel insurance this holiday season surely takes the cake, with the potential for strikes, heavy weather causing delays and even company colla...
Specialist Holidays are becoming increasingly popular with the over 50s, according to AA Travel Insurance.
Results of a recent survey found that New York City was the most expensive destination in the world for a traveller to get sick, with three nights in intensive care costing an average of $64,000.
Orient Express Travel Group announces SureSave as new Travel Insurance Provider
An NRMA Travel consumer sentiment survey of 1,300 NRMA Members has revealed the swine flu pandemic has failed to dent people’s travel plans but the global financial crisis (GFC) has had an impact on ...
New research has found that the global financial crisis is prompting 70 percent of Australians to travel without insurance, with one in five saying it’s too expensive.
Travel insurance sales have continued to rise despite the deafening sound of the global credit crunch which has reverberated throughout the industry of late.