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Emirates to offer travel insurance

Emirates has signed an agreement with UK based insurer Bupa Travel Services, which will let travelers managing their flight bookings online opt for special travel insurance protection . These offers include  unlimited cover in event of a medical emergency, credit and card theft, and even kennel and cattery fees. Insurance cover can be purchased  by almost all nationalities for various trip durations, and for travelers up to the age of 80.

Source : Gulf News 

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