What To Do When The Aviation Insurance Market Is Hardening

What To Do When The Aviation Insurance Market Is Hardening Articles – July 17, 2021 Recently I have visited TBM Owners and Pilots, Citation Jet Pilots, and Cirrus Now. The topic that was prevalent at all three events was how the insurance market is changing and some people’s rates are up over 50%, whilst others […]

When OTC Drugs and Flying Don’t Mix

When OTC Drugs and Flying Don’t Mix Articles – May 20, 2021 It’s getting toward the end of a long day and you’re getting ready to go flying. You know this is the time to be at your best—bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, as the saying goes. But maybe your allergies are catching up to you and […]

The Hardest Aircraft to Insure Post-Pandemic – Is Yours on the List?

The Hardest Aircraft to Insure Post-Pandemic – Is Yours on the List? Articles – April 24, 2021 It was hard not to notice the premium rate increases across the board when aircraft owners and operators started receiving their 2021 insurance renewals. For many, this marked the second or even third year of consecutive rate increases […]

Three Aircraft Insurance Tips for a Tight Market

Three Aircraft Insurance Tips for a Tight Market Articles – April 23, 2021 While there’s not much a flight department manager can do about the rising cost of airplane insurance currently, Benjamin Peterson of Sunset Aviation shares tips on how to qualify for the best premiums available… You’ve probably already noticed an uptick in aviation […]

For owners of jets

For crew aircraft/turbo jets ie) Gulfstream, it’s safe to say assume that both pilots are going to be required to complete annual simulator training in the same make and model aircraft at one of the approved simulator training facilities such as Simcom, CAE Simuflite, or Flight Safety. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing training in […]