Angina Travel Insurance
Angina Travel Insurance covers you if you’re living with angina and wish to travel with peace of mind. This type of insurance covers you for medical emergencies, even those related to COVID-19, which is vital to prevent unexpected medical bills and give you the support you need if you have any medical problems while you are on holiday.
AllClear can provide holiday insurance for people living with angina. Start your preparations as early as possible, particularly if you are planning on flying.
Benefits of AllClear Cover
|Emergency medical expenses and Repatriation costs||Up to £10m||Up to £15m||Up to £15m|
|Cancellation* and Curtailment||Up to £2k||Up to £15k||Up to £25k|
|Extended cover||30 days FREE||30 days FREE||30 days FREE|
|Friend or relative to travel from your home area to stay with you if you fall ill with Covid-19||Up to £2k||Up to £2k||Up to £2k|
|Travel Delay||Up to £100||Up to £350||Up to £500|
|Cost of return flight due to COVID-19|
|Personal Belongings||Up to £2k||Up to £2.5k||Up to £3k|
|Personal liability||Up to £2m||Up to £2m||Up to £2m|
|Legal protection cover||Up to £50k||Up to £50k||Up to £100k|
|* If you buy a policy which includes cancellation cover|
|All these figures are per person and per trip|
Planning and protecting your holiday abroadThings to know before you go:
- Remember to check the latest travel advice from the FCDO for your destination. You will have no cover if you choose to travel against FCDO advice, unless that advice relates specifically to Covid-19 (check our Covid FAQs for more details)
- Check any entry requirements and quarantine requirements for your chosen destination
- Choose a Travel Insurance policy that includes Covid-19 Cover
- For information on how Covid might affect your trip, visit our dedicated FAQs page
Simple 3 step quote process
1. Call us or click a quote button on our siteOnce you are ready to start the quote process, the first step is to provide your personal details and information about your holiday plans.
2. Complete our simple medical screening processYou then declare the medical conditions for you (and any other travellers) and answer the specifically designed medical questions.
3. Get your quotesYou will then get your quotes and can either proceed to buy, or save your quote, at this stage.
Tips for travelling with angina
Travel Insurance with angina
- Finding Travel Insurance for people who have angina can be difficult. Many standard Travel Insurance policies exclude pre-existing medical conditions. Make sure you look for a specialist angina Travel Insurance provider and declare your angina and any other medical condition. This means you can travel with complete peace of mind, knowing you are covered if you need emergency medical treatment related to your angina while you’re on holiday.
- For travel in Europe, make sure you also have a GHIC. This entitles you to reduced-cost, and sometimes, free medical treatment. It’s not an alternative to angina Travel Insurance though so be sure to arrange this in addition.
Medication for angina
- Ensure you have sufficient angina medication (preferably double your requirements in case your medication is damaged or lost) for the entire duration of your trip. When travelling with angina medication, keep a list of both the generic and brand names of each, together with your dosages.
- See your GP or angina specialist for information on how travel jabs can affect your condition. For example, vaccines may disrupt your blood glucose control as your body makes antibodies to fight the disease that you’ve been inoculated against.
Temperature, altitude and climate
- Temperature can have an impact on your heart condition. Avoid extreme temperatures as this can put added strain on your heart. It’s also important to avoid high altitude destinations (over 2,000 metres) as this can make you breathless and can exacerbate your angina further. Your angina medication should be kept close to hand and should not be allowed to freeze.
Air travel and angina
- You will need to check with your medical practitioner to determine if air travel is suitable for you. Heightened airport security in recent years means that it’s essential you plan ahead if you have angina in order to avoid running into last minute problems. If you’re crossing time zones, you may need to alter your angina medication regime. Discuss travelling with angina with your GP well in advance to allow for any adjustments to be made. It’s safe to use glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) spray while on the plane. Also, if you have a pacemaker, take your identification card with you.
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^Discount applies to the base price of AllClear branded travel insurance policies purchased through our Call Center only and does not apply to any premium generated to cover medical conditions or optional extras. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.