General Aviation Insurance
Who We Are
Marsh has an insurance broking team which specialise in UK General Aviation insurance, one of the most diverse sectors of the aviation insurance market. Our team consists of dedicated professionals including qualified pilots who are familiar with the unique risks and requirements of the General Aviation industry. This focus enables our specialists to understand the key concerns and business drivers to ensure that we provide optimum aviation insurance solutions. We look after all areas of the portfolio ranging from balloons, gliders and warbirds through to commercial helicopter operations and executive jet aircraft.
What We Do
We provide aviation insurance broking and advisory services to clients across the General Aviation arena. We liaise with our aerospace colleagues for non-aircraft operations to ensure that an optimal solution is provided to smaller airfield and maintenance organisations. We define General Aviation as any fixed wing or rotor wing aircraft fitted with 50 passenger seats or less being used for any purpose. Our team is fully conversant with ensuring our clients’ requirements including:
- Compliance with all regulatory requirements.
- Swift provision of insurance documentation.
- Comprehensive policies placed with leading insurance markets including associated coverages when required.
- Personalised service via a dedicated team of practitioners including qualified pilots.
- Optional methods of payment.
- On-line proposal forms for main areas of business.
Key Commercial Aviation Insurance Coverages to Consider
Cover considerations for private owners, corporate aircraft operators, charter/air taxi aircraft operators and helicopter operators include:
Hull All Risks
The operator is protected against risk of physical loss or damage to their aircraft while on the ground and while it is in flight.
Bodily injury or property damage which is caused by an occurrence and arises out of the operation or use of the operators aircraft.
Hull War Risks
This affords cover against acts of war and malicious damage that are typically excluded in an ‘all risks’ programme.
Premises, Products and Hangarkeepers’ Liability
This cover is designed for operations with responsibility for maintenance and storage of third party aircraft. This can include refueling exposures if required.