A new congressional report on the US travel insurance industry accuses airlines and online travel agencies (OTAs) of pressuring customers to purchase travel insurance that offers insufficient coverage. The Aug. 21 report by Sen. Edward Markey (D-Massachusetts) followed an investigation by Markey’s staff that reviewed the websites of nine major US airlines and seven popular OTAs. The investigation found that almost all of the companies were engaged in what ...

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