Aviation Renter's Insurance Mitigates Liability Risk
When Flying Non-Owned Aircr
To protect themselves, pilots flying aircraft that they don't own should
carry a comprehensive aviation renters insurance policy to help mitigate
their legal liability risk.
BWI Aviation Insurance owner Matt White
emphasizes the legal defense protections such
policies can offer.
For Immediate Release Whereas aviation liability insurance is
a requirement for plane owners to carry, pilots operating
aircraft that they do not own are not always covered by the
BWI Aviation Insurance owner Matt
White is doing his part to spread the
word about this liability so that pilots do
not find themselves at risk for such
"Aviation renters insurance is perhaps
one of the most affordable and yet,
consequential insurance solutions one
can find in the industry" said White.
He pointed out that while aviation renters insurance covers those
liabilities, it is the legal defense benefit that pilots may cherish most.
"Sadly, a pilot doesn't actually have to
be in the wrong for someone to sue
them which would cause them to rack
up huge legal bills," added White.
With over 660,000 certified pilots in
America and only around 200,000
aircraft in the U.S.
fleet, the chance of a pilot flying a plane they do not own
The legal liabilities will remain if
pilots take to the skies without the
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