Protecting Flights with Travel Insurance

Flight Insurance

Protecting Flights with Travel Insurance

Trip delay and cancellation fees are the leading reasons travelers purchase travel insurance. It can reimburse you for hefty fees in the case of a last minute covered trip delay or trip cancellation.

Flight Insurance

Advantages of Travel Insurance

  • Save on fees incurred in the event of a flight delays or cancellation due to inclement weather, mechanical breakdown or strike
  • Cover hotel stays, meals and local transportation costs during an extended airline delay
  • Life insurance benefits can be included in the event of a catastrophic flight accident
 

Filing an Airline Insurance Claim

If something unexpected happens before or after a flight, filing an insurance claim with Travelex Insurance is easy. First, make sure you obtain documentation from the airline supplier indicating the reasons for the delay. Download the form claim forms and submit them via mail or email. If you don’t have access to a computer, call the Travelex support team at (866) 968-2061 and they will assist you over the phone.

Travel insurance offers financial protection and peace of mind while traveling. Flying from one destination to another can lead to a host of unexpected circumstances such as travel delays, loss of baggage and even injury. Be prepared and protect yourself with Travelex Insurance.

 

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