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AP Aerospace Blog

By Trisha Keeler, 03/24/2020
Spring means air show season! The experience of the cross-country flight, the traffic at a high-density airport, and the crowds come with many thrills as well as some exposures. It is important to understand the risks associated with air shows and how you can be prepared to protect your assets. Whether you are...
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By Tom Johnson, 02/11/2020
Upgrading your aircraft from one model to the next can be one of the most thrilling aspects of aircraft ownership. Our team members have personally made the leap multiple times from single-engine to multi-engine to turboprop and back, adjusting the fleet as the mission changes. The current trends in aviation...
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By Jason Wissmiller, 01/17/2020
Accidents happen. That is why you purchase an aircraft insurance policy to cover your aircraft. We hope you will never have to use the policy, but if you experience a situation that leads to damage to your aircraft or bodily injury to others, it will help to understand how the claims process works in the aviation...
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By Jim Anderson, Starr Aviation, 12/16/2019
As a flight instructor, chances are you will live a long life, fly thousands of hours and instruct hundreds of students who go on to have many years of accident free flying. Unfortunately, aircraft are occasionally involved in accidents and flight instructors are blamed. Students and/or other third parties may...
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By Greg Hiser, 11/18/2019
Nothing can compare with the excitement created by the sound of several WWII vintage aircraft approaching for a fly by. Then, to be able to look up and see the formation as it would have appeared 75 years ago is certainly inspiring and cause for reflection and thanks. It is also cause, if you are an insurance...
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