Pilot Loss of License and Loss of Training Expenses Insurance
By Chris Burke
This article is published on: 26th June 2014
Aircrew undergo many years of hard work at substantial expense to attain their aviation license. However, a commercial pilot’s career and income are always at risk should they suffer serious injury or deterioration in health.
Pilots Loss of License Insurance provides financial support should your aviation career end abruptly; it provides stability while you retrain for a new career. Policies are available on an individual basis should your employer not provide it; similarly members can ‘top up’ their coverage in addition to their company’s existing group policy.
Loss of license insurance is specifically designed for pilots. As such, it negates many of the associated limitations of traditional group insurance products. For instance permanent health and critical illness insurance policies may provide limited cover and significantly reduced benefits in the instance of losing your license.
Who can we insure?
We can cover any individual commercial, fixed rotary or wing pilots including flight instructors, who hold a current license and who are gainfully employed, and actively at work.
Alternatively, if you’re interested in a group policy, please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lump sum payment
- Monthly temporary benefit option
- Continuous coverage
- Full psychological illness cover option available
- Market leading cover for alcohol and drug related illnesses
- No extra charge for rotor-wing pilots
- Worldwide cover
I have worked extensively with aviation companies and individuals alike, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.