Flight accident insurance, common carrier accident insurance, and/or 24-hour accidental death insurance pays you or your beneficiary a lump sum benefit (for example, $1 million) when an accident results in your death, the loss of a limb or the loss of your eyesight.
Provides coverage when traveling on any mode of licensed public transportation that you have paid a fare to travel on both domestically or worldwide. Covers all common carrier transportation from your departure to your return. Coverage provided for acts of terrorism. Available to U.S. residents.Quote & Buy
$500,000 ($79) or $1 million ($119) annual common carrier accidental death and dismemberment insurance provides coverage for you when traveling on any mode of licensed public transportation that you have paid a fare to travel on domestically or worldwide. Covers all common carrier transportation from departure to return, for each trip. Coverage provided for acts of terrorism. Available to U.S. residents.Quote & Buy
Accidental Death & Dismemberment FAQs
What are airline flight accident insurance plans?
Airline flight accident insurance plans can provide up to $1 million for single round-trip or annual coverage for you when traveling on a licensed commercial airline. Some plans also include coverage for travel on any licensed common carrier such as taxi, limo, or train.
Can I buy more than one airline flight accident plan to increase my coverage?
Yes, but the additional plans would have to be from different providers. For example, if you wanted $1.5 million in coverage, you could do this this by purchasing two different plans: Single Trip Accident Elite $1 million coverage, and AIG Travel Guard FlightGuard $500,000 coverage.