AP Aerospace Blog

By Kerin Dodd, Stefan Latzko, 02/20/2019
In many general aviation businesses, the use of independent contractors is common: Flight departments utilize independent contractor pilots when employed pilots are not available Flight schools use Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) who may instruct for other schools Extra maintenance technicians, line...
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By Bill Kingsley, 01/17/2019
Over the past few years, a great deal has been written about two international aviation standards: the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) and the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH). Both standards are managed by the International Business Aviation Council,...
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By Jason Wissmiller, 12/19/2018
Aircraft insurance policies are NOT like automobile insurance policies with regard to valuing the insured asset. Aircraft insurance policies are 'stated value' policies, which means the insurance company will value your aircraft based upon the value stated in the policy, regardless of its actual or market...
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By Lauren Kopack, 12/10/2018
In standard Aviation Hull and Liability policies, there are usually exclusions for ‘war’ risks and related perils. You might think to yourself, “Why would I need war coverage? The chances of a war-related event occurring are slim, right?" The problem is, the ‘War Risks and Related...
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By Jason Wissmiller, 11/27/2018
Mistakes can and do happen, especially in the fast-paced aviation sector. Whether it is something missed during a pre-purchase inspection or failing to provide proper advice during an aircraft sale, aviation and aerospace professionals face exposure to a customer’s financial loss resulting from allegations...
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