charter insurance

jws717

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Hey guys, I have always been curious what type of insurance is required for a part 135 operation. Does anyone know about how much it would cost too insure a light twin? what about all cargo?

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Hawker800

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Will depend on several things such as location and operation area, pilot training and qualifications, aircraft type and such. Best approach to this is to contact a reputable insurance broker/agent and see what the deal is. Take care.
 

ClubORD

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Check your PM's. I am a licensed 2-20 General Lines Agent.
 

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Three years ago I paid about ten grand a year to insure a piston twin, 7 seats, for 135 operations. Liability was $1 mil/$100K per seat. I think that's the FAA minimum. Insurance compan wanted 2000 total, 200 multi, 50 type to cover.

Same insurance for Part 91 only was about $2,500. That should put you in the ballpark.
 
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