NationAir Insurance creates new division for government clients

WEST CHICAGO, Ill. — NationAir Aviation Insurance has created a new company division, the Public Entity Group, to meet the needs of government clients, including airports.

“Publicly funded aviation programs have a far greater level of complexity than those of private aviation, and have additional budgetary issues as taxpayer funded entities,” said NationAir President Jeffrey Bauer. “With the Public Entity Group, we can focus on their very specific requirements.”

NationAir counts more than 150 publicly funded clients among its customers, including airports, law enforcement agencies, mosquito abatement districts, municipalities, and county and state governments.

The Public Entity Group will be led by NationAir Senior Vice President Tom Kaiser, who brings more than 30 years of aviation and insurance experience to the new division. He has represented public entities throughout his 22 years with NationAir.

Founded in 1978, NationAir, headquartered in suburban Chicago, fields representatives in nine locations across the country, with clients in all 50 states and in 30 countries. NationAir works with all major underwriters and has create specialized programs to help the general aviation community reduce risks and operate more safely, according to company officials.

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