Allianz Global Assistance Becomes Allianz Travel

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Allianz Global Assistance is changing its name to Allianz Travel.

In addition to the rebranding, the company has stated on its website that it has altered two plans: OneTrip Prime (formerly the Classic Plan) and OneTrip Premier (formerly Classic with Trip Plus).

  1. Customers can get paid for delayed travel and delayed baggage.
  2. There is a reduction in the amount of time that qualifies as a delay.
  3. More covered reasons for trip cancellation and trip interruption.
  4. There is a doubling of the reimbursement limit for the change fee and frequent traveler program redeposit benefits.

The other changes include:


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  • Combining travel delay and missed connection benefits.
  • Pre-departure reminder of benefits.
  • Email and/or text notifications when a flight has been delayed or canceled, or when customers are eligible for the automatic $100 payment following a covered travel delay.
  • A reduction in documentation needed for filing claims.
  • A per-diem charge of $5 each day for travel after 30 days (excluding any days added to a trip due to covered travel delays).

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