Thai Vietjet collaborates with MSIG to go live ‘Sky Insurance’ for outbound travel

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Thai Vietjet, in collaboration with MSIG Insurance, has launched ‘Sky Insurance’, the outbound international travel insurance as an add-on service, starting from THB 159 (including Covid-19 treatment coverage) while booking the airline’s outbound air tickets at

Besides ensuring safety & hospitality as always, Thai Vietjet pays extra care about its passengers’ health indeed. The collaboration between Thai Vietjet and MSIG aims to offer helpful and convenient protection choices for those traveling abroad with the airline, which covers medical expenses due to accidents and sickness (inclusive of COVID-19), damage or loss of baggage and personal belongings, etc. There are three types of the insurance bundled with tickets: a one-way plan at THB 159 (applied to all international routes), a round trip to other countries plan at THB 359 (applied to Vietnam and other countries travel, requiring medical expenses of USD 10,000), and a round trip to Singapore plan at THB 399 (applied to Singapore travel, requiring medical expenses of USD 30,000). All 3 packages include service from MSIG Assist, free 24-hour travel assistance worldwide. In case of sick or injured, requiring hospital admission, no payment advance is needed. For further information about the featured coverages of each plan, please visit

Passengers can select ‘Sky Insurance’ while booking air tickets on the airline’s booking page at, and the insurance will be added automatically after passenger information is completely filled. Please be noted that the insurance cannot be purchased once the tickets have been paid. In case passengers wish to purchase ones after finishing the ticket reservation, please visit Passengers can contact MSIG directly via email:, if there is any change, postpone, cancel or refund.

Currently, the airline operates international flight services from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang (Vietnam), delivering great choices for passengers in the regions. Meanwhile, the new international service from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Fukuoka (Japan) will be operated from July 16, 2022, onwards. For more information about Thai Vietjet’s flight schedule and promotion, please visit

Thai Vietjet has been providing leading capacity to passengers with the highest level of safety for travel during the Covid-19 outbreak. The carrier also strictly performs aircraft disinfection throughout its fleet in compliance with the Thai Ministry of Public Health and CAAT’s directives, to reduce potential risk to the health of passengers and its staff.

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