Aircraft Renter's Insurance
Although our training aircraft is fully insured for both liability and physical damage, such insurance indemnifies the airport and the aircraft owner, not necessarily the pilot. AvSport requires that all post-solo flight students and renters obtain non-owner's insurance, with a minimum of $50,000 in physical damage coverage, to protect themselves in the unlikely event of an aviation mishap. When renters do not carry such insurance, should they inadvertently cause damage to our aircraft, they not only end up liable for our insurance company's physical damage deductible of $1,000, but will likely find the insurance company subrogating to recover their financial damages.
Below are links to three suitable and affordable insurance programs for your consideration. AvSport recommends you obtain quotes from all three, using the links provided. Upon completion of your first your solo flight, you will be required to provide us with a current and valid insurance binder or policy, before commencing solo cross-country flights.
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This page last updated 28 September 2017
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