New equipment and technologies, geopolitical issues, new global opportunities and, increasingly, new potential liabilities. With so much changing in the aviation and aerospace industry, Marsh can help you manage today’s risk but also anticipate what is around the corner.
Although airline safety has improved in recent years, the value of the aircraft involved in any eventual loss has increased. Today, lessors are leasing out newer aircraft and requiring airlines to carry much higher insured values in order to cover any potential losses.
Marsh’s global team of aviation and aerospace insurance specialists have been serving these industries for decades and clients have praised the refreshing and professional approach adopted by a team backed by quality. The depth of this experience, with over 150 years combined in aviation insurance, allows us to fully understand your challenges and enables us to deliver innovative solutions that are tailored to your needs, and we provide you with a wealth of experience and advocate on your behalf with insurers, claims adjusters, third party loss adjusters, law firms, and any other claims intermediary.
With Marsh, you gain access to powerful resources, including our industry-leading intelligence, analytics, risk placement, claims handling, risk consulting capabilities and the specialized knowledge of management consultant Oliver Wyman, another Marsh & McLennan Companies business . All this expertise makes it possible for us to negotiate the best pricing and cover for your company’s risk and insurance requirements.
Marsh offers knowledge not only in general aviation insurance but also airline, currently dealing with over 180 airline clients, aerospace and space specialists.
For these reasons, many clients, large and small, choose Marsh to assist in reducing their total cost of risk, thus freeing up their capital to invest more strategically. As evidence of the value we provide to our clients, we are broker to a large number of the world’s leading airlines, manufacturers, airports, general aviation operators and space-related risks.