Aviation Insurance That Fits Your Needs
Aviation insurance covers various property and liability policies that cover losses resulting from poor maintenance, property damage, loss of cargo, or injury to travelers. All in all, aviation insurance is meant to protect aircraft owners, operators, and passengers. Damage is covered on the ground and in the air, and the policy limits the geographical area and individual pilots covered.
- Hull Coverage – cover damage to the aircraft itself.
- Passenger Coverage – liability coverage for death or injury.
- Third Party Coverage – liability coverage for death and bodily injury and property damage external to the aircraft.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much should I insure my aircraft for?
Generally, best practice is to insure your aircraft for what it would cost if you had to replace it with an identical aircraft (Year/Make/Model), not what you paid for it or invested into it.
What is not covered by aviation insurance?
Some exclusions of aviation insurance include damages caused by wear and tear, deterioration, freezing, and mechanical or electrical breakdown.