Whether you're a frequent flyer or are just jetting off for your annual Summer fortnight, it’s important to sort the right travel insurance that you need at the time of booking.
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This will cover you for one destination, a one-off holiday, that can last up to 90 days.
This type of cover is ideal for frequent flyers who go on multiple trips in one year.
This is a good idea if you’re going on a skiing trip or away for the winter holidays.
* Terms, conditions and underwriting criteria apply.
If you fall ill with Covid-19 abroad, you will be covered for medical treatment or if you cannot travel because you must self-isolate, you will still be covered as standard.
Any policy taken out after the 16th March 2020 will not cover cancellation for trips where you cannot travel or choose not to travel as a result of the the FCO (or any other government body) advising against travel to that country due to the pandemic.
Yes, you do. If you’re currently being treated or taking medication for a condition, you need to disclose it to your insurer. Some insurers will also expect you to disclose serious conditions regardless of how long ago you stopped receiving treatment.
As Dublin Airport is outside of the UK, you need to make sure your travel insurance covers your departure location, your arrival destination, and your return travel. Some insurers will only cover you if you are departing and arriving at a UK airport.