Falcon. I think they are in Atlanta. My old flight school used them, and they were cheap on almost everything so I'd imagine the same goes for insurance.RJPilott said:Anyone know of a decent agent to go through for Flight School/Flying Club Insurance? Im starting a flight school and would like to get some quotes. Thanks in advance.
The way the people have been going around this problem is forming a club. You can call yourself a flight school and in return you require people to pay monthly dues and some more for the aircraft access. Monthly dues cover the fixed costs and $$$ for the airplanes cover the hull value of the airplanes.RJPilott said:Thanks for the help guys.
I shopped around (if you can call it that).
Turns out there are only like 8 insurance companies that offer for flight schools. Then only 3 of the 8 offer what i am looking for. 6k/yr for your typical 172. Not too bad if your airplane flys 1000hrs/yr. But with fuel on top of that brings a 172 to over 90/hr to make it worth it. I guess those are the going rates these days?
As for renters insurance, i asked about that as well hoping it would reduce my rate should every pilot have renters insurance... no dice. Basically it covers the renter from the flight schools insurance company when they go after you if you are involved in accident/incident. The Flight schools insurance will cover damages for the plane, but they will go after the renter if he/she is at fault.
Anyone know of an airport in need of a flight school? lol