Blog : Aviation Insurance

Simulator-Based Training and Insurance Coverage

As aviators operating high performance turbine aircraft, we are accustomed to mandatory and elective training. From our first experience of pursuing the private pilot license, we learn that the FAA has rules and regulations pilots must comply with. For the recreational, single-engine piston operator, the minimum training is a flight review every 24 months, while…

Aviation Insurance: Double Coverage = No Coverage?

Aviation Insurance: Double Coverage = No Coverage?

In today’s society, nearly everyone wants to have two of everything – two cars, two houses, two airplanes, etc. We have come to believe more is better. However, insurance does not always work that way. If you have coverage for something in one policy, and that same coverage is in another policy, instead of double…

Aviation Insurance: Liability Rising – Use of Another Aircraft

Aviation Insurance: Liability Rising – Use of Another Aircraft

Have you ever allowed someone else to use your King Air or have you used an airplane you don’t own? If you are like many individuals or companies, you have “non-owned exposure.” If you are a larger company, you likely have non-owned exposures you don’t even know about. Every time you let someone use your…