Travel News For November 2012 - Travel Insurance News

November 2012 Travel Insurance News

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29/11/2012 – Australian government launches travel insurance campaign
Australia’s government is urging the country’s citizens to buy travel insurance before heading overseas.

26/11/2012 – Travel delays amid flooding in England, Wales
Those travelling through parts of northeast England and northeast Wales may see disruptions today due to flooding.

22/11/2012 – Virgin Atlantic takes Heathrow slots
UK officials have given Virgin Atlantic the rights to the remaining open slots at Heathrow airport.

19/11/2012 – Computer crash delays thousands of United passengers
Technical difficulties caused major disruptions for US-based United Airlines on Thursday.

15/11/2012 – American Airlines on-time rating falls
A labour dispute has had a significant effect on American Airlines’ punctuality, new figures have shown.

12/11/2012 – Southern Cross Travel Insurance wins CANSTAR award
Southern Cross Travel Insurance (SCTI) has once again secured the top recognition at this year’s CANSTAR awards.

08/11/2012 – Travel insurance company requires helmets for skiiers
A major travel insurance firm said this week that customers will no longer be covered when skiing without a helmet.

05/11/2012 – Scotland rail disruption continues following train derailmen
Some rail passengers will continue to see delays due to the Angus derailment, Network Rail said on Monday.

01/11/2012 – Flights resume at LaGuardia following Sandy
New York’s LaGuardia airport began hosting flights again on Thursday in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

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