Loss of License Cover
Loss of License provides vital benefits to Pilots who have become disabled due to illness or injury.
- Annual plan that follows pilots worldwide.
- Maximum benefit amount of $500,000, which is paid as a lump sum for Permanent Total Disability (PTD)
- Covers pilots of commercial airliners and business jets, plus other types of business aircraft including twinjets, corporate helicopters and air taxis.
- Flexibility of covering both temporary and permanent disabilities.
- For Pilots and First Officers that hold a Commercial Pilots License or an Air Transport License.
- Sickness and/or Bodily injury Benefits: Eligibility up to age 60.
- Upon attainment of age 60, benefits for "accident only" coverage continue up to the sooner of retirement age or age 65.
|SCHEDULE OF FOR GBG LOSS OF PILOT'S LICENSE BENEFITS|
|A||Permanent Total Disablement by Bodily Injury or Sickness||100% of the Sum Insured|
|B||Permanent Total Disablement by Classified Illness or Psychological Illness||25% of the Sum Insured|
|C||Temporary Total Disablement by Bodily Injury or Sickness||2% of the Sum Insured per month*|
|D||Temporary Total Disablement by Classified Illness or Psychological Illness||0.5% of the Sum Insured per month*|
|*TTD monthly payment not to exceed 75% of monthly salary. Payments made on Temporary Total Disablement will erode the Permanent Total Disablement sum insured.|
|One payment of 100% of the Sum Insured shall exhaust the Sum Insured per Insured Person.|
|In the event the Insured Person holds more than one License, all Licenses must be lost for a claim to be considered|
GBG Loss of License Definitions
Permanent Total Disablement: means the Insured Person is totally unable to perform the essential duties of their own previous occupation as a license holder, and which lasts 180 days and at the end of that period is beyond hope of improvement.
Temporary Total Disability: means the Insured Person being entirely and temporarily prevented from acting in the capacity for which he or she holds a License due to:
- Bodily Injury,
- General Illness,
- Classified Illness or
- Psychological Illness.
A Classified Illness: is an illness which is directly or indirectly caused by alcohol, drugs or narcotics.
A Psychological Illness: is defined as when an Insured Person suffering directly or indirectly from stress, anxiety, depression, mental anguish, neurosis or the like and which is diagnosed by a medically or other appropriately qualified practitioner. Such an illness shall imply severe and lasting impairment in personal performance and capable of being diagnosed under the internationally recognised classification system DMS-IV-TR (the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, 2000).
- Travel to any war zones not declared to, and accepted by underwriters;
- War (whether declared or not), terrorism, hostilities or any act of war or civil war; Nuclear, Chemical and Biological (NCB) weapons, or warfare; Nuclear reaction, nuclear radiation or radioactive contamination;
- The Insured Person engaging in or taking part in armed forces service or operations;
- The Insured Person’s deliberate exposure to exceptional danger (except in an attempt to save human life);
- The Insured Person 's own criminal act;
- The Insured Person’s suicide or attempted suicide or intentional self-injury or the Insured Person being in a state of insanity;
- Regularly and/or extensively practiced professional or hazardous sports or pursuits, unless agreed by underwriters;
- Loss directly or indirectly by :
- Venereal disease or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS),
- AIDS Related Complex (ARC) or Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) howsoever these have been acquired or may be named.
- CONDITIONS: All terms and conditions are subject to final contract wording and cover note, which shall prevail over any previous documents.
- ACTIVELY AT WORK CONDITION: The Insured Person must be actively at work and mentally and physically capable of conducting the regular duties of their employment, at the inception date of this insurance, provided not having been absent for more than 10 consecutive days in the preceding 12 months.