Hey, Jim. Thank you for your questions. To meet your first request, although Aeroplan has recently extended the insurance it offers to flyers, non-medical insurance is not automatically covered. So your purchase wasn`t wasted. The medical care of TD cardholders who used their Aeroplan account was previously 15 days of coverage for the primary cardholder during the trip, but now it`s 21 days. My mother booked an aeroplane award on her Aeroplan TD infinite visa travel card in May. Does she have to take out full insurance if she gets sick or if her flight is cancelled, or is it all covered by her visa benefits? Hello, thank you for all this information! I have both TD Aeroplan infinite visa and TD first trip to infinity visa. I`d like 1. which one offers the best car rental insurance? 2.
If I have not used one of these two visas to book my trip, am I still covered by TD health visa insurance? Thank you in advance for your reply. Hello Mya, your TD Visa Infinite Aeroplan visa would cover this cancellation as long as you have used the credit card to pay for it, and you have booked the trip before the time the global travel advice for COVID_19 came into effect and you do not fall under normal exclusions for coverage (this may be online in pdf or in the cardholder contract and the benefits guide that came with your credit card) can be found. Your mother is considered a travel hostess as long as she travels with you and has a ticket, but you paid for it on your Aeroplan Infinite Visa. All travel withdrawal requests are assessed on an individual basis. Stay patient and calm and call: Hello Sandra, thanks for the check. According to the performance agreement for your mother`s card. If your mother is over 65, she only receives four days of insurance coverage, so I highly recommend you buy individual travel insurance. The Aeroplan Visa Infinite offers secondary coverage, so it is replaced by every individual coverage that your mother buys and only covers what that plan is not, as long as those remaining expenses are eligible for coverage. If your mother is under 65, she will be covered for 21 days.
She receives up to $1,000,000 in emergency medical care, which includes all costs your mother can bear following a medical emergency while on her trip, including the return of a deceased person and the return of luggage. (For all the details, check their performance agreement) If your mother has a pre-existing illness that was not stable just prior to her trip, she will not be covered, so she must review a guaranteed individual travel policy.