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NATA takes care of pilot life insurance
The NATA Pilot Group Term Life Insurance Program offers high coverage limits of $1.5m without future health inquiries, competitive industry-leading rates, and portability that can be kept regardless of changes to status.

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is introducing a new life insurance programme for pilots and their spouses in conjunction with Harvey W. Watt & Co (HWC). Through NATA's Pilot Group Term Life Insurance Program, HWC leverages 73,000-existing pilot-clients to provide one of the best combinations of coverage and rates available, making this offering extremely competitive and beneficial to NATA members and others in the aviation business community.

The NATA Pilot Group Term Life Insurance Program offers high coverage limits of $1.5m without future health inquiries; competitive industry-leading rates; and portability that can be kept regardless of changes to employer, health, or association status.

“Many pilots have expressed a need for a life insurance programme or supplemental coverage through a quality association group plan, and we are pleased to now make that available through our partnership with Harvey Watt. The NATA Pilot Group Term Life Insurance now marks the fourth member programme in our suite of insurance offerings,” states Timothy Obitts, NATA president and CEO.

“With this coverage, pilots, spouses and even non-pilot NATA member employees can enrol. We encourage you to compare the rates for this coverage against others and note there is only one exclusion – suicide – which is removed after two years of programme participation,” adds Rob Alston, director of operations at HWC.

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