Travel News For October 2011 - Travel Insurance News

October 2011 Travel Insurance News

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31/10/2011 – Qantas flying again after court ruling
Australia’s Qantas is operational once again after a ruling via an independent tribunal.

27/10/2011 – Thailand fears tourism slump following airport closure
Thailand’s tourism industry is preparing for adverse reactions after flooding forced the closure of a Bangkok airport.

26/10/2011 – Experts say tour firm failures are inevitable
A recent report has warned that insolvencies among tour operators are inevitable

20/10/2011 – Qantas strikes both halted and ongoing
Some strikes affecting passengers on Qantas will continue whilst others have been temporarily called off.

17/10/2011 – Flights disrupted at Buenos Airways airport due to volcano
Volcanic ash was to blame for fresh flight disruptions at Buenos Aires airports on Sunday.

13/10/2011 – Rules tightened for European air ticket websites
EU authorities have tightened restrictions on websites that allow consumers to book air tickets.

10/10/2011 – German airbus workers on strike
Workers for European aircraft maker Airbus staged a walk off at four of its German production plants late last week.

06/10/2011 – Travellers without insurance believe government will cover e
A recent survey has shown may British holidaymakers often forgo travel insurance because they believe the government wil

03/10/2011 – Kenyan tourism industry threatened by second kidnapping
The tourism industry in Kenya is facing devastation after a second kidnapping occurred in the African country in just on

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