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Join us for a deep dive into the world of aviation safety with our special guest Steve Bruneau. We’re exploring Safety Management Systems (SMS) – what they are, why they matter, and how different players in the industry can establish one.
Don’t miss out on this enlightening conversation that’s all about elevating aviation safety standards!
Dive into the intricate realm of Excess Liability in our upcoming podcast episode! Our special guest, Jason Riley, will join us to demystify Excess Liability’s significance for aircraft owners. We’ll explore the challenges of purchasing it, understand its available limits, and investigate if there’s ever a cap on coverage. Moreover, we’ll shed light on what occurs if a claim surpasses the primary coverage limit. Join our insightful dialogue to enhance your understanding of maneuvering through the complexities of aviation insurance. Stay tuned!
Ever wondered about the intricate details of an aviation insurance certificate? Check out our latest podcast episode where we unpack the ins and outs of these critical documents. Learn what they do, what they don’t, and the key details you should be aware of!
Navigating insurance in the aviation industry doesn’t have to be complex. Let us guide you through the fog! Listen in and gain valuable insights to help you stay ahead in the aviation world.
🛩️ Join us for an exclusive interview with Bruce Landsberg, NTSB Vice Chair, as he shares invaluable insights on aviation safety, and the technology and initiatives that can help the aviation and aviation insurance industry reach a higher altitude.
Tune in now to learn from Bruce’s expertise and discover how we can all contribute to a safer, more effective aviation industry. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on our latest episodes!
✈️ Navigating through the #AviationInsurance market? Our latest podcast episode dives into the key trends and major influences shaping the industry.
The aviation insurance industry continues to see an upward trend in rates across most sectors. Key influences include the after-effects a long soft market with unsubstantially low rates, the impact COVID-19 and its fall-out, the 737 MAX losses, and the 2022 Russian confiscation of foreign-owned aircraft. Aerospace insurance companies are being negatively impacted by increased costs due to inflation, higher claims costs, increasing liability awards, higher reinsurance costs, significantly higher war risk insurance costs, and more.
The silver lining is that despite these headwinds, it isn’t all bad news. Insurers and reinsurers haven’t been making knee jerk reactions to these issues. The market also has plenty of insurers still eager to write aviation business. This helps the aerospace insurance market to remain more stable than if the capacity were to decrease.
Stay connected with us for more updates as we continue to navigate the headwinds and tailwinds of the aviation insurance industry.
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“Birds of the same feather flock together.” As we are still in that fresh start feeling, it is important we examine our flock so we are surrounded with the group of people who can provide wise counsel. In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast, let us revisit an adage and a proverb that are relevant to the New Year season we are in today.
It is that time of the year when we celebrate and review all that has happened this year and as well as plan for the coming year. In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast let us get into some guide questions that would help you review this year and plan for 2022.
Too often, especially business leaders, we are always focused on things we have not done and are constantly unhappy of not being where we want to be because we have not stopped and celebrated small wins that draws us closer to our goal. In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast, let us talk about how to live in the gain not in the gap.
“Great achievement is usually born of great sacrifice and is never the result of selfishness.” – Napoleon Hill. In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast, let us revisit some more old adages that are relevant today.
Henry Ford said “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast, let us revisit some old adages that are relevant today.
According to a study done in 2018 (JUNIPER Research), small businesses invest less than $500 per year in cybersecurity products, which makes them an obvious target for cybercriminals. Many small and medium-sized businesses overlook or under-consider technology risks. In this episode of the Aviation Business Podcast let’s talk about Cyber Liability Policy.