It’s been a number of years since claims management companies started appearing on our television screens and across social media with promises of compensation following ‘holiday sickness’.
With Brexit negotiations still in a state of flux, UK travellers are continually trying to unravel the conflicting messages on what potential travel disruptions they could face post-March 2019.
Airlines, travel agents and tour operators are preparing for the busiest day of the year for holiday booking. Dubbed Sunshine Saturday, the first Saturday in January…
British Airways (BA) suffered another serious systems failure when a technical fault caused flight delays and the BA online check-in system malfunctioned causing chaos…
Passengers travelling by South Western Railway this Saturday 17th November face major delays and disruption as staff members plan to go on strike.Category: Lifestyle, UK Travel
‘Cancer patients have the right to be forgotten’, is the strong statement being brought forward by campaign group, Youth Cancer Europe.Category: Lifestyle, Medical
Travel Insurance Explained organised a Roundtable at the Palace of Westminster, London on Monday 15th October 2018. Hosted and Chaired by Sharon Hodgson MP…Category: Lifestyle
Consumer awareness campaign, Travel Insurance Explained (TIE) were delighted to be asked to speak at Shine Cancer Support’s Great Escape to Manchester.Category: Lifestyle
If you are planning to travel by air any time soon it may be a good idea to brush up on the new hand luggage rules before booking your ticket.Category: Hotel & Airlines, Lifestyle
Over the past couple of year’s Egypt has been in the centre of the media’s attention for one reason or another and following recent events it may become compulsory…Category: International Travel, Lifestyle
We’ve noticed in some consumer forum’s people are unsure of when to buy their travel insurance – last minute or as soon as they book their holiday? So, we thought it would be useful…Category: International Travel, Lifestyle, UK Travel
The most common cause for food poisoning amongst British tourists is undercooked poultry contributing to 244,000** cases a year. This is closely followed by beef…Category: International Travel, Lifestyle, Medical
There was hope the pound sterling to euro exchange rate would increase this summer to give holidaymakers a better deal, however it’s taken a turn in the other direction.
As the NHS struggles, Brits head abroad
For many Brits travelling abroad is for no other reason than spending a week relaxing in the sun, for others it’s for lifesaving surgery. As the NHS struggles to cope with an increase in demand…
Thousands of tourists are stranded on the Indonesian island of Bali as the airport remains closed for a second day. The popular tourist destination saw the volcano dispensing smoke…