AOPA offers options for term life
Select the term life insurance that best fits your needs
AOPA has such a diverse membership that there is not one insurance program that is best for all members. That’s why AOPA offers three distinct options when it comes to securing term life insurance to provide for your family’s needs if something happens to you.
The first option, the AOPA Group Term Life Insurance Plan, will make sure you can adequately provide for your loved ones. What makes this program special, however, is that the buying power of 400,000 AOPA members provides you a rate much more affordable than if you were buying Term Life as an individual. And, like all of AOPA Term Life products, there are no aviation exclusions, making this the right insurance for your active aviation lifestyle.
Prefer to lock in a rate? On a budget? You still need to protect your family, and AOPA’s Level Term Life Insurance makes coverage affordable. You will be able to lock in a rate and benefits for 10 or 20 years*. This is budget-friendly life insurance that also has no aviation exclusions.
Then AOPA offers PilotLife PLUS for members over the age of 50 and under the age of 75. What’s more, there is no medical exam required. Why a special package for seniors? It’s easy to let the years fly by without upping your life insurance benefits. If you haven’t monitored your coverage lately, check it out to make sure the dollar amount has kept pace with inflation and your family’s current needs. Of course, there are no aviation exclusions with this coverage either.
More information about all three of these Term Life insurance options provided by ReliaStar Life Insurance Co., a member of the ING family of companies, is available online. To save you time, you can also apply online. Make sure your family has the support and protection it needs.
By choosing AOPA-sponsored products, you ensure valuable revenue that AOPA reinvests to support its many advocacy efforts, and to fund its expanding campaign to popularize flying and to grow the number of general aviation pilots. AOPA receives a fee from the insurance broker and/or the insurer for its endorsement of this plan. Please note AOPA membership money was not used to provide this offering.
How do you know how much coverage is enough? If you’re not sure, AOPA has provided a simple checklist to help you determine how much insurance is the right amount for you and your family. AOPA simplifies this process with its free 7-Point Life Insurance Checklist, which you can download online.
* The initial premium will not change for the first 10 or 20 years unless the insurance company exercises its right to change premium rates for all insureds covered under the group policy with 60 days advance written notice.
October 9, 2012