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Business Insurance

Aviation Insurance

Aviation Insurance

Protecting your business in the air and on the ground

Aviation insurance for all aircraft, including airlines and private planes, pilots, refuellers, operators of hangars and baggage handlers.

What do you need to know?

  • Who should consider it?

    Whether you fly for a living or for pleasure, you should consider the protection offered by aviation insurance.

  • What can it cover?

    An extensive cover, aviation insurance can include:

    • Aircraft Aerial Application Liability: Generally for aerial agriculture businesses
    • Aircraft Hull and Liability: Primary insurance for all aircraft
    • Aircraft Non-Ownership Liability: For private pilots, charter operators and other non-owners
    • Hangar Keeper’s Liability: For businesses operating in and around airports – and can be used in tandem with an aviation business pack
    • Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA): Covering accidental damage, plus personal injury and property claims from an RPA accident
    • Specialist cover: For ground handlers, refuellers and businesses operating in or around airports

  • What isn't covered

    There are exclusions. There is also often a deductible or excess and limits on cover, so check with your Steadfast insurance broker.

Find a Steadfast Broker

Get the right advice at the right price and have a local Steadfast broker on your team.

Case Study

The right cover really counts

Irreparable fire damage covered

A plane awaiting repairs is damaged when a fire breaks out – caused by someone working on another aircraft in the same hangar.

The plane is damaged beyond repair – but the owner’s aviation insurance means they will be compensated for the value of the plane – so they can replace it with one of a similar value.