Experts in Aviation Insurance.
Aviation Insurance is based on the specific exposures of operating an aircraft and the aviation risks. The coverage of aviation exposures are built around aviation terminology. They include the following:
- Public Liability: Covers the owners of the aircraft for damage the aircraft does to a third party (i.e. homes, airport facilities or other aircraft in a collision). It is also known as Third Party Liability.
- Passenger Liability: Covers the passengers in the aircraft who may get injured or killed.
- Ground Risk Hull Insurance Not in Motion: Covers the aircraft on the ground (i.e. theft, vandalism, fire, and other named perils).
- Ground Risk Hull Insurance in Motion: Covers the aircraft while aircraft is taxiing (not while taking off or landing).