NationAir is Exclusive Aviation Insurance Provider for Parade of Planes
CHICAGO, Ill.—March 23, 2009—NationAir Aviation Insurance announced today that it has once again partnered with Parade of Planes (formerly known as Parade of Pistons) as the expo’s exclusive aviation insurance partner.
Parade of Planes is a series of four regional events that showcase the most desirable personal aircraft on the market, along with related professional resources for buyers.
Parade of Planes will feature exciting new aircraft, ranging from light sport to light turbine, all at one FBO for three days. NationAir will be on hand to answer shoppers’ aviation insurance questions. The expos will also include aviation finance specialists and aviation tax advisors.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Parade of Planes at various convenient locations in the U.S. where consumers can complement their search for the aircraft that meets their personal mission criteria with ensuring that their aviation insurance needs are covered,” said Dave McCoy, light aircraft branch manager for NationAir.
The tour includes these stops: March 26-28 in Dallas (KADS), May 14-16 in the Kansas City area (KIXD), August 13-15 in the Atlanta metro area (KLZU), and October 15-17 in the San Francisco area (KHWD).
FLYING magazine is the Parade of Planes 2009 title sponsor.
Details are available at the Parade of Planes website, www.paradeofplanes.com.
As one of the nation’s oldest and largest aviation insurance providers, NationAir offers clients the influence of a large, national brokerage along with the ability to create a personal relationship with a local broker. The company, headquartered in Chicago, has offices located at regional airports throughout the country. From large ground operations and corporate flight departments to specialty aircraft and owner-flown planes, NationAir insures all types of aviation assets, helping clients manage and minimize risks to reduce premiums and expand their coverage. NationAir works with all major underwriters and has been a pioneer in developing unique programs that help the general aviation community operate safely and securely. For more information, visit www.nationair.com.