Travel News For September 2012 - Travel Insurance News

September 2012 Travel Insurance News

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27/09/2012 – Millions of young Australians don’t take out travel cover
A recent survey has said that more than a third of young Australian travellers fail to take out insurance.

24/09/2012 – Insurance and travel regulations eased in China
China has announced a new effort to ease restrictions on foreign insurance and travel firms, reports said this week.

20/09/2012 – American Airlines sees cancellations amid pilot protests
Texas-based American Airlines has seen a sharp rise in cancellations over the last week due to ongoing pilot protests.

17/09/2012 – Stranded ferry passengers returned to Britain
Several hundred Britons are back in the UK after being stranded amid a ferry worker strike in Roscoff.

13/09/2012 – EasyJet: APD harming NI tourism
Low-cost carrier EasyJet has said that high air passenger duty taxes are harming tourism in Northern Ireland.

10/09/2012 – Age UK urging travellers not to go without insurance
Charity organisation Age UK is urging Britons to include insurance whilst making travel plans.

06/09/2012 – Many Canadians travelling without insurance
A recent survey has shown that millions of Canadian travellers have never purchased travel insurance.

03/09/2012 – Lufthansa cabin crew to resume strikes Tuesday
Flight attendants for Lufthansa are set to strike on Tuesday, according to German labour unions.

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