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Staying Informed: Helpful Articles

Refresh Your Coverage for Spring

As spring arrives, so do all the aircraft that were hibernating during the winter months. Aircraft are coming out of...

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Your Local Field Mechanic Vs. an Established Part 145 Repair Station

Are there insurance incentives to use certified and insured Part 145 repair stations? Certainly. Let’s say an aircraft owner decides...

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Boeing’s New Flagship: The 777X

For all the advancements in man-powered air travel, it’s hard to believe that we only grasped the concept a little...

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Contract Out of Scope? We Can Help

What if I sign a contract that obligates me to things outside the scope of my insurance policy? As commercial...

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Never Make Assumptions

I’ve got a friend who’s a qualified pilot and has tons of experience in my make/model. He asked to fly...

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The More We Know, the Better the Quote

I gave my broker some basic information so I could get a quote. The indication looked good, so I filled...

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Preparing for Takeoff: Make Sure You're Insured

I sold my aircraft and told the buyer that I’d keep insurance on the ship until he can get his...

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Revisiting contractual liability

Just because you agree to something doesn’t mean your insurance policy follows suit. As commercial operations go, it’s part of...

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The Pros and Cons of Using Your Local Field Mechanic vs. an Established 145 Repair Station

Let’s say the owner of an aircraft makes the decision to use a non-145 repair station and uses local mechanics...

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I’m an approved pilot on my friend’s insurance policy, but I’m not a named pilot

I’m an approved pilot on my friend’s insurance policy, but I’m not a named pilot. What’s the difference? Am I...

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