Travelling with asthma? Latitude has you covered
Theres no reason why you cant get away and get a good deal with Holiday Extras travel insurance, working alongside Latitude insurance we provide cover for people who are often turned down by other insurance companies. Weve sold more than 60,000 Latitude policies in our first year.
Why choose Latitude travel insurance for asthma?
Buying asthma travel insurance neednt be stressful or expensive. With Latitude, youll get up to £15m in medical cover, cancellation cover up to £5,000 per person per trip and up to £2,000 baggage cover - all for a very good price.
If youre planning on taking more than one trip a year, it could make sense to take out an annual policy. The Latitude travel insurance asthma policy also offers cruise and winter sports options, so your condition wont restrict your holiday fun. Perfect for families, under-18s are included for free by an adult Latitude holiday insurance policy and everyone in your party is covered regardless of their medical conditions.
How Latitude can help you book travel insurance for asthma
Our specialist team can usually set up your travel insurance with asthma covered in less than 10 minutes on the phone. If youd prefer to book online, it will take you just 7 clicks to get fully insured for your holiday. Youll be given one price after completing our simple, discreet screening process; and peace of mind for your trip.
While youre away, you can enjoy your holiday safe in the knowledge that Latitude provides a 24-hour emergency helpline. Take a look at our policy and find out how we can make your holiday easier with our travel insurance for people with asthma.
Top tips for travelling with asthma
- Discuss your holiday plans with your doctor four to six weeks before you travel they may have some advice relevant to your particular needs and will want to review your personal asthma action plan.
- Choose your destination wisely humid climates will contain high levels of pollen and mould; cold countries can be problematic for those whose asthma is triggered by low temperatures. Avoid staying in polluted cities or anywhere there are pets, smoke or a lack of air-conditioning.
- Carry all your asthma medicines as hand luggage take a little extra in case of emergencies and bring a list of all your prescribed medicines, or ask for a letter from your doctor. Keep your medicines in their original packaging, and find out the names of your medication in your destination and how you can get medical help there. Remember to check out up to date security and baggage restrictions.
- Contact the airport and your airline in advance if you think you will need any special assistance or equipment before or during your flight.
- Ensure your nebuliser is serviced if you have one and don't forget a mains adaptor suitable for the country you're visiting. Asthma UK has a very useful section on travelling with asthma.