Insurance and Age: Calculating Real Risks

Aging pilots are screaming about unreasonably high premiums and limited - or no - coverage. Insurers say they're a high risk. Who is right?

As the average age of general aviation pilots continues to climb—during a “hard” insurance market—we hear horror stories of pilots being unable to find coverage, having coverage canceled or facing premium price increases they simply cannot afford.  As we started our look into the matter, we found consistent evidence that once a pilot hits 70 […]
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