For some insurance companies, YES! There are several markets we work with that do give a small discount for having an AOPA or EAA membership. Please include that information when asking for quotes or when you renew your policy. All we need is your member number.
If you are a student pilot, you have to be named in order to be insured! Student pilots are a higher risk and insurance companies want to make sure they are named on the policy. Any pilot that will be consistently using the aircraft needs to be named. If the CFI you are using will […]
If your hangar location is not in the same state as you, we need to know! Your policy covers the aircraft, wherever it is hangared and it must match what we have on record. Each airport has a different 3-4 letter code and it has to be included on the policy. Weather conditions can make […]
All insurance markets have different stances on the open pilot warranty. Depending on the company/aircraft/policy, your open pilot warranty will allow certain individuals to fly your aircraft and be covered under the insurance policy. For example, if it lists someone with a Private or better license, 500 total hours and 25 make and model hours, […]
Although the market does fluctuate from time to time, there are things you can do to help improve the rates you receive from your insurance: Pilot Hours: Each year when your insurance comes up for renewal, you will be asked to update your pilot hours. This includes total time, make and model time, your time […]