(PRWEB) June 8, 2006
The A380 will seat up to 555 passengers, when it goes into service in December 2006. Manufacturers, Airbus view this new giant as a key player in the aviation world, responding to the need for a bigger plane to cater for more and more passengers flying between the world’s major cities. Within the travel industry, large numbers of long and short haul flights have been mirrored by supporting services, such as Travel Insurance. Graham Linney, Insurance Manager, Travel Insurance Web ( http://www.travelinsuranceweb.com/ ): “We have seen more demand for short, and longer, trip travel insurance this year, reflected by a general increase in outbound travel of 5% on 2005. It seems more and more people are travelling, and many are remembering to include some travel insurance with their other spending.”
Both Airbus, with 159 firm orders for their plane, and Boeing, who are banking on a medium sized aircraft to serve more airports, will cater to the growing numbers of air travellers. There’s every chance of competitive pricing and travel insurance too will continue to be available for undeniably low prices.
Travel Insurance Web ( http://www.travelinsuranceweb.com/ ), for one, offers a wide-ranging plan, which automatically covers medical bills, personal injury and repatriation costs - as a result of terrorist activity. Travel Insurance Web offers up to £10 Million of medical cover, including protection against loss, or theft, of baggage, passports, money and more. And focussing on good value, this cover is available at one of the most competitive rates available on the internet: a family of 4 can be covered for two weeks in Europe for just £20.49.