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Tuesday
Jun122018

NATA Announces Its Endorsement of Chubb as the Preferred Provider of the NATA P&C Plus Insurance Solution 

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced that it has endorsed Chubb as its preferred provider of a full suite of insurance and risk engineering services for NATA members through the NATA P&C Plus Insurance Program (NATA P&C Plus). This independent agent and broker placed insurance solution delivers flexible insurance options with a quick and simple underwriting submission process. 

NATA P&C Plus offers a broad range of insurance products and services including: Property, Inland Marine, Commercial Automobile, Directors & Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Fiduciary Liability, Miscellaneous Professional Liability, Employed Lawyers Liability, Cybersecurity, Crime, Kidnap Ransom and Extortion, Workplace Violence Expense, Environmental Liability, Risk Engineering and Claims Handling.

“NATA’s preferred provider arrangement with Chubb encourages members to access a wide array of insurance options from Chubb (through Chubb’s network of independent agents and brokers) that address risk exposures associated with their operations. We are very proud to announce this new arrangement for our members. NATA P&C Plus was created as a collaborative effort between NATA, Chubb, NATA members, NATA’s designated program manager (AirSure Limited LLC), and insurance professionals across the United States. NATA P&C Plus strives to create value and provide peace of mind to NATA members, and we are pleased that Chubb and our program manager will bring this industry-leading insurance solution to the aviation business community,” stated NATA Executive Vice President of Operations and General Counsel Timothy Obitts.

 

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