tifgroup_logo_portrait_transparentOur news feed provides up-to-date information on global events that could impact travel insurance policies.

This resource will provide vital information for our insurance and broking partners – so they can reassure customers, and keep them up to speed with changing events.

Gatwick Airport Luggage Delays

Following the fault with Gatwick Airport’s baggage system on the morning of 26th May 2017, which has resulted in passengers leaving on their flights without their luggage, we at tifgroup would like to clarify what cover is available to our policyholders. Delayed possessions Providing this is a benefit usually available under the policy we are […]

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Stansted Airport security scanner failure directive

Following the failure of the security scanners at Stansted Airport on the 9th May, which has resulted in passengers being delayed for a number of hours, and in some cases misses their flights, we at tifgroup would like to clarify what cover is available to our policyholders.

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Heathrow Terminal Three Flight Suspensions

Following the suspensions of flights from Heathrow airport terminal three on the morning of Friday 5th May 2017, which was as a result of a suspicious package being identified, we at tifgroup would like to clarify what cover is available to our policyholders.

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Cyclone Cook

Following reports of the storm that is due to affect New Zealand, we at tifgroup would like to clarify our position. We always advise all travellers to check the FCO’s advice for their chosen destination and the current advice on this matter can be found here – https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/new-zealand. For residents of Ireland please follow the […]

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Stockholm Terrorist Attack Sweden

Following the news of a lorry being driven into people in Stockholm, Sweden, we at tifgroup would like to extend our sympathies to those affected. The current FCO advice on this matter can be found here – https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/sweden For residents of EIRE please follow the advice of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade as […]

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