UK space travel insurer sees no spike in queries after Virgin crash

November 7, 2014 5:38 PM

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UK space travel insurer sees no spike in queries after Virgin crash

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A UK insurer that recently began offering life coverage for would-be space tourists said it has seen no increase in interest in the policy following the fatal crash of a Virgin Galactic test space ship last month.

The policy, sold by Pembroke Managing Agency, pays up to $5 million per traveler or $20 million per suborbital space flight, parent Ironshore International said in announcing the policy in June.

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