Farnborough reminds pilots importance of life insurance
July 9, 2012, 03:28 pm
With the upcoming Farnborough International Airshow to take place in England, many pilots are reminded of the importance of many aspects of aviation, including historical preservation, ways to improve the industry and the importance of life insurance.
Onlookers will be dazzled by a four-hour display of aerobatics, vintage flying heroes and some of the fastest aircraft in history. Executives at Raytheon also recently announced that they are planning to reveal a new aviation suit that links helicopter pilots to their cockpit, providing them information while out performing a rescue or related mission.
The airshow also features interactive exhibits, thrill rides and attractions for people of all ages. With the amount of interest placed on the aviation community during the event, pilots are often reminded of the importance of life insurance.
A recent Genworth study showed that most Americans do not have enough life insurance and college-educated adults tend to be better protected.
The Genworth LifeJacket Study showed that 40 percent of Americans believe they do not have enough coverage and that those who have received a college degree have an average of two and a half times more coverage than those that did not receive a degree.
Pilot life insurance is viable option in preparing for the future, including before flying to the Farnborough Airshow.
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