Aircrew Loss of Licence Insurance
The Air Pilots Award 2010 (MA000046), which came into force on 01 January 2010 and is enforceable under the Fair Work Act 2009, stipulates that an employer will pay each full-time pilot $1,904 towards loss of licence insurance (in addition to salary).
Loss of Licence Insurance is often only available if you are a paid-up member of a pilot association, however Austbrokers ABS Aviation have established an exclusive Loss of Licence insurance product with QBE which is available to individuals and groups alike, with no association membership required.
To obtain a quotation please complete our online application form and one of our qualified staff will come back to you shortly. Alternatively if you would like to discuss further, please send us an enquiry or call us on (02) 8567 3110. Before purchasing this product, please read the Product Disclosure Statement.
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Duty of Disclosure
You do not have to tell the Insurer about any matter
- that diminishes the risk
- that is of common knowledge
- that the Insurer knows or should know in the ordinary course of their business as an insurer, or
- which they indicate they do not want to know
If you do not comply with your Duty of Disclosure they may reduce or refuse to pay a claim or cancel your Policy. If your non-disclosure is fraudulent they may treat this Policy as never having worked.
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