The world is getting smaller and companies increasingly need their employees – their most valuable asset – to travel more widely. However, the world is also becoming more dangerous and even domestic travel can provide challenges. In new and challenging environments, it is important that people know how to stay safe and healthy while they travel, and have access to swift assistance when they need it.
The AIG Group+ Business Travel Accident (BTA) insurance supports employees at every step of the way, allowing them to focus only on their job.
We provide access to expert assistance, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We share resources to help employees understand the risks they face before they travel – and keep them updated while abroad.
Whatever issue you face abroad, you can be sure that in our 60 years of experience, we have probably dealt with something similar.
AIG’s mobile App (available for Android and Apple iOS devices ) is a digital replacement for assistance cards and offers:
AIG Travel Assistance has everything you need for a well prepared trip. Our website and app provide you with all the tools to travel safely.
A little knowledge goes a long way when you’re travelling into the unknown. Our e-learning program provides employees with both security training and situation awareness. It’s simple to access and use and provides practical advice about a range of subjects including personal security, preparation and arrival, travel health risks, getting around, street crime and robbery, terrorism and unrest. And employers benefit through a verifiable audit trail to confirm they have delivered their Duty of Care to employees who travel on business. Training is interactive and accessible at work, home or in airport lounges while en route, as long as internet access is available.
A global database of reports giving guidance about safety, health and travel issues throughout the world.
An email alert service keeping employees ahead of changing situations that could threaten disruption to their trip.
This site only contains an overview of the most important coverages and exclusions. Only the general and specific conditions (“Insurance Policy”) provide an accurate, binding, description of the covers and exclusions. It is necessary to fully analyse the Insurance Policy, as well as all other relevant documents with contractual and pre-contractual information before any decision to buy, underwrite, adhere to, accept, sign or conclude an insurance agreement.
Here you will find information about how to request a quote with detail of premium calculation, the general and specific conditions, and/or other relevant documents with contractual or pre-contractual information, the duration of the insurance policy, the applicable law and jurisdiction, how to file a complaint or reach the ombudsman, etc.