Travel News For August 2010 - Travel Insurance News

August 2010 Travel Insurance News

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30/08/2010 – Tourist deaths in Turkey trigger safety warnings
UK holidaymakers cautioned on watersports or excursions in Turkey after a spate of deaths.

26/08/2010 – Activists fined for Plane Stupid stunt at Aberdeen airport
The nine climate activists have each been ordered to pay between £300 and £700.

23/08/2010 – Ryanair adds new winter services from Gatwick
The Ireland-based budget airline is adding four more European services from Gatwick.

19/08/2010 – Corfu honeymoon horror fall highlights need for insurance
Bride Carrie-Anne Freeland was paralysed after falling more than 30 feet.

16/08/2010 – KLM still holding back compensation for volcanic ash delays
Hundreds of British travellers await compensation by the Dutch airline.

12/08/2010 – Foreign Office reiterates importance of travel insurance
Britain’s FCO has highlighted the risks of travelling without appropriate insurance.

09/08/2010 – Travellers warned to carry valid EHIC cards
Even those with travel insurance could have problems without EHIC cards.

05/08/2010 – Stronger pound gives Brits 776 million more in Europe
UK travellers are enjoying a budget boom as sterling recovers against the euro.

02/08/2010 – Stop worrying about travel-firm failures, just get insurance
Travel industry executive reiterates the importance of travel insurance.

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