Charter Pilot Aircraft Renter’s Insurance & Liability Coverage Report Released

BWI Aviation Insurance (800-666-4359) has released a new report that provides details on aircraft renter’s insurance, and why it’s an important policy for pilots who fly aircraft they do not own.

In their new report, BWI Aviation Insurance outlines who should get aircraft renter’s insurance, how much pilots should expect to pay for their policy, and what it covers.

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The recent report also informs readers on the differences between aircraft renter’s insurance and FBO insurance, and why pilots should be covered by both in order to fully protect themselves.

With the wide variety and coverage types of insurance available in aviation, it can often be confusing for pilots to know what they need to ensure they are covered. Furthermore, as many aircraft owners and FBOs have insurance that only protects themselves, it’s crucial that renters make sure they have the right coverage for their own protection before flying. BWI Aviation Insurance’s report is helping pilots understand what aircraft renter’s insurance is.

By providing their detailed overview, the aviation insurance providers make it easier for readers to know if aircraft renter’s insurance is right for their personal needs. This includes a comprehensive list of scenarios where it should be considered, such as when chartering or borrowing a plane, flying a plane as a contract pilot for its owner, or conducting a test flight.

The report also outlines the various situations that the insurance policy covers, including bodily injury and property damage. It also explains how pilots can choose to have optional coverage that includes physical damage that may be done to an aircraft in an accident.

With over 41 years of experience specializing in aviation insurance, BWI Aviation Insurance’s team of experts has a deep understanding of the industry and its requirements. The company has also developed relationships with the leading Aviation Insurance Companies, allowing them to negotiate policies that are both cost-effective while comprehensively covering all of a client’s needs.

Pilots looking for more assistance in getting their aircraft renter’s insurance can speak with one of the company’s experts, who can also provide them with a quote based on their circumstances.

A spokesperson said, “Any time you are pilot in command of an airplane that you do not own, you should make sure that you have an aircraft renter’s insurance policy in place to protect your liability exposure.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Matt White
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Organization: BWI Aviation Insurance
Address: 1481 Sunshine Circle, Corona, California 92881, United States
Phone: +1-800-666-4359

Release ID: 89081941