Staying Above Ground in a Rapidly Changing Industry
The complexities of aviation make the industry particularly susceptible to gaps in insurance coverage. The Federal Aviation Administration has addressed some of these issues over the years, as they apply to corporate and private owners, pilots, renters, fleets, and fixed-based operators.
Hylant has been intricately involved in these issues and maintains the industry's best practices as regulations and conditions change. This knowledge provides Hylant additional credibility with underwriters worldwide to leverage some of the most comprehensive and competitive premiums in the industry.
For each client, Hylant examines liability issues unique to aviation, such as ownership transfers, usage patterns, maintenance, leasing to unnamed pilots, rent-to-park, and tie-down spaces. We review these characteristics for all types of circumstances, including corporate and commercial aviation, private aircraft owners, and pilots. Each subsequent year, Hylant reexamines these variables in an effort to close emerging gaps, lower premiums, and remain current with personal and industry conditions.
- Fixed-based operators
- Helipads and heliports
- Regional airports
- Flight schools
- Maintenance, repair, and overhaul organizations
- Agricultural aviation
- Aircraft product component manufacturers
- Aircraft leasing and financing businesses