Thu, May 08, 2003
Aviation, Inc., a member company of American International Group,
Inc. (AIG), is now endorsing Civil Air Patrol (CAP) liability
insurance coverage onto the non-owned aircraft damage liability
insurance form. "The Civil Air Patrol plays a vital role in our
nation's safety and security," said Jim Anderson, vice president of
AIG Aviation, Inc. "However, with recent changes to Civil Air
Patrol regulations, CAP pilots are facing possible liability
exposures in the course of performing their official duties.
Understanding the risk exposures under the new regulations, we are
pleased to provide this much needed coverage for CAP pilots."
Civil Air Patrol liability coverage is optional coverage that
provides protection for physical damage to a non-owned aircraft
that a CAP pilot may be responsible for during official CAP
missions. The CAP coverage is now integrated into eLAD, AIG
Aviation's online quoting and policy issuance system for general
aviation aircraft, allowing producers to provide a quote to their
insureds in minutes.
Operators should contact their broker for details about CAP
coverage. It is available though any independent insurance broker
appointed by AIG Aviation.
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