Insurance for Aircraft RentalsPosted: August 1, 2012
Aircraft insurance is a must have if someone is learning to fly and to cover liability. There are factors to consider when applying for the rental insurance. The size and condition of the plane, how skilled the pilot is and what kind of company if any is involved with the transport of cargo or passengers.
If an airplane is in great condition, no wear and tear on the body, engine, wings and other areas, you chances of getting a lower rate are good. If the aircraft is in poor shape, not only would I not want to fly in it but, the risk is greater, bringing the insurance rate higher. When it comes to coverage for renting an aircraft, paying the bit extra is wise as checking out the plane throughly before taking flight.
Rental Insurance for aircrafts covers damage to the plane, injury to persons on the plane and mechanical problems that may occur.
Last but not least, anyone wanting to rent an aircraft will have to show they are qualified to fly.The more skilled the pilot, the less the coverage, and the less skilled, perhaps someone learning to fly or just received their pilots license will pay more.
Go over any insurance policy carefully and be sure you understand what is needed and possibly not needed for your circumstances.
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