As of 2016, to obtain flight insurance from Rovia, register as a preferred customer and purchase your airline tickets through the company's booking engine, according to Rovia. Customers receive $200,000 in flight insurance automatically with each ticket purchase. The insurance covers ticket holders for lost sight, limbs or death occurring accidentally during ticket-issued flights, and Rovia pays the insurance premiums. Beneficiaries receive payment up to one year from an accident date. The estates of insured passengers receive the death benefits.Continue Reading
The travel accident flight insurance pays one-half of the benefit amounts to the insured for the loss of one eye or one limb, explains Rovia. The insured receive full benefits for loss of two limbs, both eyes, one eye and one limb, or death. The insurance covers ticketed passengers when they board, ride or alight from a scheduled aircraft of a regularly scheduled airline. Coverage applies to travel to and from the airport connected with the ticketed flight while ticketed passengers are in any licensed public vehicle, or are on airport premises. If the airline substitutes a water or land conveyance in which the passengers ride instead of an aircraft, the coverage applies.
Unless the policy provides for it specifically, the flight insurance does not cover losses caused by war, sickness, suicide or self-inflicted injury, notes Rovia. Based in Plano, Texas, Rovia offers customized travel experiences for small and large groups.Learn more about Insurance