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Polices sold/new trips booked under existing policies on or after 4.27pm 11th March 2020


Effective from 4.27pm on 11th March 2020, Coronavirus (Covid-19) was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation and became a global known event.


Customer Advice


  • Coronavirus is a known event and is now classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation.

  • Although we cannot provide cover for Cancellation, Trip interruption and some other benefits for known events/circumstances, we appreciate that customers may want to continue to make travel plans.

  • We have set out below a summary of what is and is not covered when you buy a new easyJet travel insurance policy or book a new trip under an existing policy.

  • Please rest assured that if you catch Coronavirus when abroad, it will be covered under your easyJet travel insurance policy, and that if you buy cover but cannot or do not want to travel at your intended departure date, we will refund 100% of your premium (if you have bought single trip cover and do not intend to make a claim).

  • If you are booking a new trip, we suggest you are as flexible as possible with your travel plans, booking flights that are refundable and accommodation that can be cancelled up to your departure date (this will minimise your costs if you cannot travel), and that you advise your tour operator, travel agent/carrier and accommodation as soon as possible if you know you cannot travel.

  • The situation is continually changing and you should keep up to date with latest developments by visiting: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office

What is not covered:


  • Any claim under the following sections due to Coronavirus:

    • Cancellation
    • Travel delay, abandonment, missed departure and missed connection
    • Trip interruption (cutting short a trip)
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  • Quarantine during a trip abroad or any related costs (except where you are quarantined on the orders of a treating medical practitioner

  • You travelling to a country or area against the advice of the Foreign Commonwealth Office or equivalent government or national authority, or the World Health Organisation.

What is covered:


  • Emergency medical assistance and expenses if you are ill, injured or quarantined (on the orders of a treating medical practitioner) whilst abroad, during a trip (not within your country of residence) whether due to Coronavirus or any other circumstances that are not explicitly excluded under the policy wording for the relevant section.

  • Claims for cancellation and trip interruption (cutting short your trip) due to Accidental death, injury, illness of you, a close relative, travel companion, or someone with whom you have arranged to reside with during your trip (provided that it is NOT caused by Coronavirus or other known circumstances)

  • Personal possessions, Personal Money Personal liability, and all of the other coverages normally enjoyed by easyJet travel insurance customers under the plan selected.

Please refer to policy terms and conditions for full details.