Get the Best AIG Travel Insurance in Singapore 2019

Updated October 2019

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AIG Travel Insurance Plans 2019

Travel Insurance PlanAIG Travel Guard ClassicAIG Travel Guard Superior
Medical Expense (Overseas)$200,000$1,000,000
Emergency Medical EvacuationUnlimitedUnlimited
Travel Delay ($100 every 6 hours)$1,000$2,000
Trip Cancellation$5,000$10,000
Baggage Delay ($200 every 6 hours)$1,000$1,200
Personal Accident (Death & TPD)$100,000$200,000
Adventure activities covered?YesYes

3 Reasons To Get AIG Travel Insurance

Although AIG travel insurance plans are pricier than average, AIG is an established name that’s known for reliability.

An Affordable Basic Travel Insurance Plan

There are 4 tiers of plans: AIG Travel Guard Basic, Standard, Enhanced and Supreme. The Travel Guard Basic is the most affordably priced, comparable to basic plans from NTUC Income and FWD.

In-house Emergency Network

Unlike many insurance companies that work with third-party rescue providers, AIG has an in-house emergency assistance network of 24h emergency centers in 8 locations worldwide so you can travel with peace of mind.

Coverage for Adventure Sports

AIG travel insurance plans cover quite a few popular sports for tourists. These include sailing, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting and scuba diving (at leisure level).

AIG Travel Insurance Claims

To make an AIG travel insurance claim, you can either call the emergency hotline (+65 6733 2552), submit your claims through an online form or download the claim form and mail a hard copy to AIG’s travel claims department. You must notify AIG of any claims within 30 days of its occurrence. For common claims like medical expenses and travel delays, you will need to produce supporting documents to file the claim. For instance, for travel delays, you must produce your travel itinerary, boarding pass, plus the airline letter on flight delay. For more information, please visit the AIG travel insurance claims page.

AIG Travel Insurance Contact Information

For support on your AIG travel insurance, you can contact AIG through the following hotlines: 6419 3000 (general inquiries), 6733 2552 (24h emergency assistance) and 6224 3698 (24h travel claims). You may also send an inquiry online via AIG’s website.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When does the AIG travel insurance coverage start?
    For accidental death and permanent disablement, coverage begins 3 hours before you leave home to the place of embarkation (like Singapore Changi Airport). For travel cancellation and/or postponement, it is 60 days before departure date or policy issuance date, whichever is later. For travel cancellation due to insolvency, it is from the policy issuance date (at least 3 days before departure).
  • How do you contact AIG during an overseas medical emergency?
    You can call the Travel Guard hotline +65 6733 2552.
  • Does AIG travel insurance cover pre-existing conditions?
    No, AIG will not cover any loss, injury or damage if you have a pre-existing medical condition or are not fit to travel (traveling against the advice of a doctor).
  • Does AIG travel insurance cover cruises?
    Yes, all AIG travel insurance plans cover cruise, plane, train and automobile holidays.
  • Are there any countries AIG travel insurance doesn’t cover?
    Yes, there are 6 countries that AIG doesn’t cover: Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Crimea Region and North Korea.