Commercial airports, municipal airports, and private airstrips don’t have the same needs. Employee responsibilities can range from operations to mechanics to pilots. The scale of your operations is important to account for when considering an aviation insurance policy.
There’s no one-size-fits-all aviation coverage, so having protection for the situations that your aviation business is at risk for is important. Whether transporting people or cargo, there’s an obligation to deliver everyone and everything safely. Liability needs can vary greatly from one business to the next. Here are some of the various coverage options that your aviation business might want to consider.
Aviation operations also need to insure their facilities and everything inside. This includes buildings, equipment, and inventory. Whether flying is all you do or just a part of a larger organization, aviation insurance helps bring protection and peace of mind so you can focus on your business. And since you’re running a business, you may also need coverages such as workers’ compensation, general liability, cyber liability, and business auto insurance.
To learn more about how aviation insurance may benefit your operation, contact us to go over your needs and your coverage options.