We are now offering Travel Insurance through WorldTrips.

Travel Protection

Let’s Prepare For The Unexpected With Travel Insurance

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What Is Trip Protection Insurance?

Trip protection insurance is travel insurance designed to protect your trip’s financial investment as you travel domestically or abroad. Designed for U.S. residents, trip protection insurance provides you with reimbursement for lost and stolen baggage, reimbursement for a trip that’s unexpectedly cut short, and medical coverage for unexpected sickness or injury.

Trip protection insurance may also include a Trip Cancellation benefit that reimburses you for prepaid, nonrefundable expenses (cruise, tours, hotel accommodations, airfare, etc.) if you must cancel your trip due to a covered reason.

Atlas Journey Premier, Atlas Journey Preferred, and Atlas Journey Economy include a Trip Cancellation benefit, while Atlas On-The-Go does not. See the Atlas Journey or Atlas On-The-Go product page for more details.

What Is the Latest Date I Can Purchase Trip Protection Insurance?

One day before your departure date is the latest date you can purchase Atlas Journey Premier, Atlas Journey Preferred, or Atlas Journey Economy trip protection insurance.

You can purchase Atlas On-The-Go trip protection insurance the same day you depart for your trip.

How Do I Calculate My Total Trip Cost?

Your total trip cost is the combined cost of all prepaid, non-refundable expenses the insured traveler(s) on the policy will have paid by the time they step out the door to start their trip. This amount includes prepaid airline tickets, cruise expenses, accommodations, and trip extras (such as tours, excursions, event tickets, etc.).

What Is Considered the Initial Trip Payment Date?

Your initial trip payment date is the date you made your first payment toward your trip. This includes any deposits paid to a travel agent, airline tickets, payments made to a tour or cruise line operator, or any other payments you made for your travel arrangements.

What Is Considered My Departure Date?

Your departure date is the date you will leave your home to start your trip. For example, if you will be leaving your home to begin your trip two days before your flight departs, select the date you will leave your home as your departure date—not the date your flight departs.

What Is Considered My Return Date?

Return date is the date you will return to your home after your trip. For example, if you will be arriving home two days after your flight lands, select the date you will return to your home as your return date—not the date your flight lands.

How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?

You must report a claim to us within 30 days of a loss occurring, or as soon as reasonably possible. You or someone on your behalf may provide the notice, which must include enough information to identify you.

You must provide proof of loss within 90 days of the date or loss, or as soon as reasonably possible. Proof cannot be provided more than 12 months from the time it is otherwise required, except in the absence of legal capacity.

How Do I File a Claim?

Please Click Here to submit your comprehensive online claim form, along with documentation to support your claim.