With the transition period set to end on 31st December 2020, the Government has advised to ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place before travelling to the EU in 2021 and beyond.
Travel and healthcare abroad is still uncertain, with discussions on-going, and so it’s never been more important to ensure you have adequate cover for your European trip.
If you’re worried about travelling after we leave the EU, we have policies that provide cover for unforeseen events as a result of Brexit. Our Diamond Single Trip and Multi Trip policies include:
What do I get with Flexicover Single Trip Insurance cover?
We believe everyone deserves to travel, so we consider all pre-existing health conditions, and provide emergency medical treatment cover which includes pregnancy and childbirth up to week 28.
Our policies cover one-way trips, cancellations, personal accident, personal liability and legal protection, and we provide free cover for cruise holidays and over 120 sporting activities.
For families, we provide extra security through independent travel cover for up to two adults and any number of their children, stepchildren, foster children or grandchildren aged under 18.
If you plan to travel several times a year, then our Annual multi-trip policies could save you time and money.
Please note, we cannot cover trips to destinations which the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) advise against travel to. If you are unsure, please check the FCDO website.
Why Choose Flexicover Travel Insurance?
You can currently cancel for FREE if you’ve only paid your trip deposit, meaning you don’t have to pay any excess if you’re only claiming for the cost of your holiday deposit*.