Mombu 2008-02-10 03:31:14
Is that just hull coverage? What about liability? At what limits?
“Smooth” or with “per seat” limits?
Kyler laird 2008-02-10 06:41:58
That is part of it.
Oh, those are good questions. I’m embarrassed that I don’t know the
answers off-hand. I rely a lot on my agent (Andy Facer) to set me up
with appropriate coverage. (We had a good discussion today about
reducing hull coverage and adding my wife as a named pilot. He’s a
great resource and I recommend him.)
I’ll try to remember to post the details when I receive the paperwork.
Kyler laird 2008-02-15 20:15:47
hull value: $100,000
1966 Piper PA-23-250, land, Lycoming 250, 6 seats
not-in-motion deductible: $100
in-motion deductible: $100
additional territories: Alaska and islands of the West Indies, excluding Cuba
open pilot warranty:
Pivate, Multi-Engine and Instrument Rated pilots or better who
have at least 750 total logged hours as pilot in command, 250
hours in multi-engine aircraft and 25 hours in a Piper Aztec.
liability limits presently provided:
$1,000,000 combined single limit for Bodily Injury
and Property Damage limited to $100,000 per
passenger for Bodily Injury
medical payments – per passenger: $3,000
damage to non-owned hangars and contents: $25,000
aircraft parts rental expense: $5,000
premises liability: $1,000,000
search and rescue coverage: $10,000
‘your’ spare parts coverage: $25,000
aircraft rental expense: $5,000
personal effects liability – per person: $3,000
emergency landing coverage: $10,000
total premium: $2,629