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ERV Air Crew was designed to give airline staff the reassurance that their work and leisure trips are covered, whether its just for a few short work trips or their annual family holiday in the sun.

aircrew travel insurance

Economy is the ERV entry level travel insurance policy for air crew, but you don’t just have to be cabin crew to take advantage. Our air crew policy is open to anyone who is a UK resident and works for an airline.

We’ve put together a travel insurance product that provides all of the features you’d expect from a travel insurer, but then we looked at the extra things that you need cover for – uniform cover, security / ID pass, protection should you hire a car abroad and even cover for the purchase of a trip if you’ve used AVIOS points.

ERV Air Crew – Economy

What does Economy cover me for?

To make sure you’re covered in the event of a medical emergency, Economy covers up to £10,000,000 of emergency medical care and repatriation expenses. Cancellation or the curtailment of your trip (if it’s cut short) is covered to £1,000 while your personal possessions are covered to £750. If you need to make sure your gadgets are covered too, our optional gadget cover will cover up to 3 items at £500 per item.

And don’t forget, if you want to turn your trip into a ski holiday then we have a winter sports option available too (Single Trip Policies Only).

More Information

You can find out more about the levels of cover available on ERVs aircrew travel insurance on the policy information pages where you can view the policy summary / key facts and the policy wordings documents.

To get a quote, just visit the Air Crew quote engine for an instant quote. You can either buy online, save the quote for later or call our team if you have any questions.

"Absolutely great service. Thank you

Very helpful, good communication kept me up to date on progress. Really good customer service which is just what you need when under pressure of illness. "

ERV Customer - April 2018

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