Travel News For August 2012 - Travel Insurance News

August 2012 Travel Insurance News

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30/08/2012 – United blames delays on equipment breakdown
Widespread disruption to United passengers this week was caused by an equipment failure, officials said on Thursday.

27/08/2012 – Hurricane Isaac prompts flight disruptions
Evacuations and travel delays have been issued as Hurricane Isaac continues to make landfall on the US Gulf Coast.

23/08/2012 – Injured Canadian stranded in Croatia
A Canadian woman is unable to be transported home following a maritime accident in Croatia.

20/08/2012 – Average beach bag contents ‘worth more than £3,000’
Fresh research has said that the contents of the average Briton’s beach bag are worth well over £3,000.

16/08/2012 – FCO issues tourist warnings following hotel falls
A series of balcony falls among British tourists has prompted the FCO to issue new travel advice to holidaymakers.

13/08/2012 – Woolworths to offer car, travel insurance to Australians
Retailer Woolworths has announced it will soon offer car and travel insurance products to Australian customers.

09/08/2012 – Most Britons take out ‘wrong’ insurance
A new study has shown that four in five British holidaymakers travel without proper cover.

06/08/2012 – ACE announces new executive
Insurance company ACE has named its new head of travel for UK and Ireland.

02/08/2012 – Travel insurance industry thriving in Russia, Turkey
A new report has shown that travel cover industry has seen continued growth in East Europe and surrounding countries.

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