Month: January 2013

Five Times a Winner!

Holiday Extras was awarded the title of  Best Insurance Provider,  for the fifth consecutive year, at the Globe Travel Awards held last Thursday at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. The UK’s market-leading travel add-ons company scooped  the Best Insurance gong at the glittering ceremony hosted by Travel Weekly’s Group editor-in-chief Lucy Huxley and comedian Michael Mcintryre.Continue reading

Leanne Kirkwood

New account manager for Scotland and Ireland.

Holiday Extras, the UK market leader in travel add-ons, announced today that it has appointed Leanne Kirkwood as its new account manager for Scotland and Ireland. Leanne started in her new post on January 7, 2013. Leanne joins Holiday Extras from JTA Travel Group, where she increased the sales in her region by over fiftyContinue reading

Plane taking off and Holiday Extras’ partnership goes live

The UK’s market-leading travel add-ons provider has teamed up with new airline to provide holidaymakers based in the North East with their award-winning, hassle-free travel insurance, airport lounges and airport parking products. Holiday Extras and have confirmed an exclusive, long-term contract to offer travel insurance and airport lounges via the airline’s website. HolidayContinue reading

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Good news for agents helping older travellers plan a winter escape

Latitude insurance from Holiday Extras This winter, agents can help older clients or those with medical conditions to find well-priced travel insurance with Holiday Extras’ specialist policy, Latitude. Latitude is available to customers booking through a travel agent who are declined a standard Holiday Extras insurance policy. Retail agents earn 20% commission on every LatitudeContinue reading

Car boot is the new garden shed

Almost a quarter of Brits sheepishly admit that they use their car boot for storage, despite the disadvantage of higher fuel consumption. * A new survey by the market leading travel add-ons company, reveals that 42 per cent of men choose to weigh the car down with tools, rather than storing them in aContinue reading