Category: Travel Insurance Tips

This Week in Links, Travel Disruptions Edition

Airports to Avoid During the Holidays

It’s time for another weekly wrap-up, covering the travel (and travel insurance) content that particularly caught our attention over the past seven days. This week, as winter storms continue to roll through the nation, it’s all about the cancellations and delays. Flight cancellations soar (see what we did there?) According to Skift.com, over 33,000 US

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This Week in Links, Travel Cautions Edition

Airports to Avoid During the Holidays

This week, the theme in our Customer Care Center seems to be travel alerts, warnings, and cautions.  Well-informed travelers have been calling in asking questions about destinations ranging from Russia to Thailand. These links should help clear up some of the questions surrounding the various concerns you may have about visiting some of the countries

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Health Concerns Top Stress List for Travelers

Airports to Avoid During the Holidays

InsureMyTrip, the leading top travel insurance comparison site, today announced the results of holiday travel survey of more than 400 respondents, revealing that 73 percent of travelers are most worried about becoming unexpectedly ill or injured during their trip, while 56 percent are most concerned about flight delays or cancellations. These reasons are also the

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Increase in Trip Cancellation Requests – Part II

WARWICK, R.I., Aug. 8, 2013 — InsureMyTrip, the leading online travel insurance comparison site, reported Tuesday an increase in the number of travelers seeking to postpone or cancel trips abroad in light of the worldwide travel alert. Earlier this week, the Department of State issued a terror alert, citing a continued potential for terrorist attacks,

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Travel & Severe Weather Preparedness

Yesterday marked the beginning of NOAA’s National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, during which the government agency hopes to highlight key pieces of information and steps people can take to stay safe throughout potentially catastrophic weather events.  Today’s theme is “Know Your Risk,” which couldn’t be more applicable to travel and the travel insurance industry.  Our

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