Air Crew Insurance
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No matter how careful pilots try to be in the air or on the ground, accidents can strike without warning. This Personal Accident product provides a choice of two types of lump sum benefits which are payable in the case of Accidental Death or upon Disablement. You have a choice of being covered 24 hours a day or only whilst flying an aircraft. The benefits are available at all levels of flying experience, including student pilots training for a commercial flying licence.
We can help protect professional fixed and rotary wing pilots from an extensive range of low and high-risk flying activities including commercial air transport, aerial work operations, business aviation and instructional.
Commercial air transport
Special task or mission (by referral)
Students training for commercial pilot licence
The Air Pilots Award 2020, Part 4-Clause 21.11 requires an employer to provide Accident insurance to their pilots for the following:
(a) death benefit of not less than $97,402 for pilots engaged in aerial application operations or $350,641 for all other pilots.
(b) accidental death or accidental total and permanent disability benefit of not less than $312,800 for employees engaged as helicopter aircrew.
We can provide benefits to fit the respective award amounts prescribed above.
Accidental death cover provides a lump sum benefit amount in the event of accidental death as a result of an injury.
lump sum cover up to $500,000
available up to age 64
option for 24 hours cover or only whilst flying
payable in addition to other insurance
Permanent Total Disablement
optional add-on benefit
Permanent total disablement cover provides a lump sum benefit amount in the event of an injury resulting in a specified event.
lump sum benefit according to specified events
This is a summary only. For full terms, conditions, limits, definitions and exclusions, please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (available for download when applying for a quote). Any advice on this website is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs.
1. Choose the cover option that works for you.
2. Get a quote and complete the online application.
3. Choose a premium payment option, pay by invoice, credit card or monthly if your premium exceeds $1,000.