Info on Cabin Class Twins Part II

jrav8tor

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For the sake of not having a post with multiple pages, I figured I would start a new post to ask questions about insurance.

What are the different insurance co. that are available? I have heard of Avemco, and also thought about going through AOPA. Any suggestions and things to be aware of?

As you can tell I am a newbie at this. Oh, by the way, I think he is going to stay away from the King Air for now. Maybe in a yr or two.

Thanks for all the great info in the first post!!
 

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For this type of aircraft you will probably want to use an insurance broker to negotiate the best rates for you.

AOPA has a limited brokerage service and can give you stndard quotes by phone.
 
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