Before your business trip
Frequently asked questions and answers
Before embarking on a business trip, it is a good idea to make sure that your passport is valid. Some countries require that your passport is valid for 180 days after entering the country. Further, visa or travel certificates are required in some countries. We always recommend that you check which travel recommendations are in effect for your destination.
Your insurance card contains information about your insurance as well as contact details for our emergency center. You can download your insurance card here.
If you are travelling to China or to the US, you must remember to apply for a visa before embarking on your journey.
China: You need a visa. You must fill in an application and provide your finger print. You also need an invitation from the business that you are visiting in China including information such as name, passport number, dates and more. You can read more here.
It is always a good idea to check the travel recommendations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark to find information about your destination.
Our recommendation is that you contact our emergency center. They will have up-to-date information of the best health care providers abroad. They can assist you in finding a suitable provider in their quality-assured network. In the vast majority of cases they will also be able to provide a guarantee of payment.
The insurance covers Covid-19 test as part of the treatment if there are symptoms of Covid-19. The insurance does not otherwise cover expenses for Covid-19 tests or certificates.
* All information is based on general terms and conditions for commercial travel insurance. Keep in mind that your employer may have chosen special terms for your insurance.
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Information about your insurance
Call +45 70 13 13 35 - all bank days, all hours
For customer service
Call +45 70 12 12 22
Here you will get a quick overview of your insurances, claims and invoices.