Due to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office advising against travel to all countries for the next 30 days, we are unable to offer travel insurance quotations at this time.
For any existing policy holders with queries, please call 0330 606 1434. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The It’s So Easy Travel Insurance team.
Any new policy purchased, or new trip booked which is covered by an existing annual multi trip policy, after 11:59pm (23:59) on the 11th of March 2020 will NOT cover any cancellation claim in relation to Coronavirus, including but not limited to, cancellation due to your diagnosis of Coronavirus, FCO advice or flights being cancelled.
We will continue to cover any medical claims because of Coronavirus if you are travelling to an area where no FCO advice against travel exists.
>Any new policy purchased, or trip booked on annual multi trip policy will still benefit from all other cover including Emergency Medical Costs, Cancellation and Baggage
Were you thinking that travel insurance for someone over 90 wouldn't be possible? We can insure people over 90!
If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, our poicy designed to include them doesn't have an upper age limit, whether you want insurance for a single trip or an annual policy. Maybe you'd thought this would not be possible.
If you don't have any medical conditions to be covered, still choose that policy, simply not adding any conditions.
Most travel insurance does have what's called an upper age limit. This is because the older we get, there is more and more chance of us needing to make a claim - often a medical-related one. And the older we are, the higher the medical claims can be.
It's probably the case that when someone is over 90, they will have one or more medical conditions. It's extremely important that we know about these and, if possible, include them in the travel insurance policy. Otherwise, if a claim is made that's even indirectly linked to an undeclared medical condition, it may well be declined. This could put you in severe financial risk. Please click here for further information.
Even a medical condition is well controlled by medication (for example, high blood pressure), it's still a pre-existing medical condition and should be declared.