• Annual Cover

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      Why our annual insurance policy is great:

      • Covers multiple trips up to a maximum of 31 days at a time
      • Cover available for medical expenses up to £10m
      • 24/7 Emergency Medical Assistance helpline

      Summary

      When you’ve got more than one trip booked in a year, it often can be more cost effective to buy an annual policy. Our TUI Travel Insurance policy, underwritten by AXA allows you to take multiple trips throughout the year, without the hassle of taking out lots of policies.

  • What we cover as standard

    • Emergency medical expenses
    • Cover up to 31 days per trip
    • Delayed departure
    • 70 Sports and Activities

    What cover you can add

    • Winter Sports
    • Sports & Activities (above the standard cover)
    • Golf Cover

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    I’m looking for an annual multi trip policy. What is the longest I can go on holiday for?

    No single trip may last longer than 31 days with AXA’s annual multi-trip policy. If you choose winter sports cover too, you can take a winter sports trip for up to 17 days in total during the year.

    What is your definition of Europe?

    If you’re buying travel insurance for Europe, AXA will also cover you in some non-European countries with a Mediterranean coastline.

    The countries we define as Europe are:

    Albania; Andorra; Austria; Belarus; Belgium; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Canary Islands; Channel Islands; Corfu; Corsica; Crete; Croatia; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Fuerteventura; Germany; Gibraltar; Gozo; Gran Canaria; Greece; Hungary; Ibiza; Iceland; Irish Republic; Italy; Kos; Lanzarote; Latvia; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Macedonia; Madeira; Majorca; Malta; Menorca; Moldova; Monaco; Montenegro; Morocco; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Rhodes; Romania; Russia (West of Ural Mountains); San Marino; Sardinia; Serbia; Sicily; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Tenerife; Tunisia; Ukraine; Vatican City.

    I’m travelling with my husband, is there only one policy number?

    Yes. You will only have one policy number which will cover you both.  

    Where can I get my documents?

    You can download your documents after purchasing your policy. The documents are all available online via a login so you can return to at any point. You can print them or keep them on your phone in the event of a claim. 

    I’ve got an EHIC card but my partner doesn’t. Do we both need one?

    Each traveller needs to have their own European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) Card. If you are travelling to countries within the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland you are strongly advised to obtain a (EHIC). You can apply for an EHIC either online at www.ehic.org.uk or by telephoning 0300 330 1350. This will entitle you to benefit from the health care arrangements which exist between countries within the EU/EEA or Switzerland. Be careful of other website that will often try and charge you for an EHIC card.

    An EHIC will not cover treatment in private clinics nor will it cover the cost of getting you home. An air ambulance from Europe to the UK could cost in excess of £25,000.

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    £368 million

    was paid out for travel insurance claims by ABI members last year*

    *ABTA travel trends report 2017

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