Travel Insurance

Traveling is an exhilarating experience that opens up a world of adventure and discovery. Whether you're exploring pristine beaches, hiking majestic mountains, or immersing yourself in vibrant cultures, the last thing you want to worry about is unforeseen events that can disrupt your plans.

At Delta, we believe that travel insurance is an essential companion for every traveler. Whether you're embarking on a short weekend getaway or an extended international adventure, our insurance coverage provides you with peace of mind.

Why Delta Travel Insurance


Round the clock global assistance


Immediate response to emergencies


Easy and swift transactions handling

Delta Travel Insurance

Our travel insurance plans are designed to provide coverage for a wide range of incidents, including trip cancellation or interruption, medical emergencies, lost or delayed baggage, travel delays, and more. At Delta, our team has worked hard to put together a reliable and efficient protection plan, allowing you to focus on creating unforgettable memories while we take care of your travel concerns.

The spectrum of travel insurance covers at Delta is vast and includes a variety of services listed as follows:

  • Medical expenses and treatment abroad
  • Transfer or repatriation in case of illness or accident
  • Treatment for dental emergencies
  • Repatriation of family members traveling with the insured
  • Travel of an immediate family member in case of the insured’s hospitalization due to an illness or an accident
  • Emergency return after the death of a close family member
  • Coverage of expenses related to the issuance of a new passport, driver's license, or national identity card if lost while traveling abroad
  • Compensation for checked luggage lost or delayed
  • Locating and shipping luggage and personal belongings
  • Compensation for expenses related to flight delays
  • Accidental death or permanent disability
Did you know?

Several countries require travel insurance for you to visit such as Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Iceland, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden. More countries are expected to join in the future.

Coverage Worldwide Schengen Inbound
Medical expenses & hospitalization abroad $50,000 Euro 30,000 $5,000
Per case deductible $100 or $250 Euro 0, Euro 100, Euro 150, Euro 250, or Euro 500 $100
Transport or repatriation in case of illness or accident Actual expenses Actual expenses $1,000
Emergency dental care $500, deductible $50 Euro 500, deductible Euro 50 wrong
Repatriation of family member travelling with the insured Actual expenses Actual expenses wrong
Repatriation of mortal remains Actual expenses wrong $1,000
Travel of one immediate family member $100 per day with a cap of $1,000 wrong wrong
Emergency return home following death of a close family member Actual expenses wrong wrong
Relay of urgent messages Actual expenses wrong wrong
Advance of bail bond $10,000 wrong wrong
Advance of money $1,000 wrong wrong
Loss of passport, driving license, national identity card abroad $300 wrong wrong
Compensation for in-flight loss of checked-in baggage $500 wrong wrong
Compensation for delay in the arrival of luggage $300 wrong wrong
Location and forwarding of baggage and personal effects Actual expenses wrong wrong
Delayed departure $300 wrong wrong
Accidental death or permanent disability $25,000 wrong wrong



Is travel insurance expensive?

Travel insurance usually costs 5% to 6% of the cost of your trip.

Who is in need of travel insurance?

Everyone who travels. Because it gives them peace of mind in the face of any threats they may face on the journey.