Wed, Nov 05, 2008
Includes $0 Deductible Option
Diamond Aviation and Eastern Aviation Insurance have announced
the launch of the Diamond Aviation Insurance Program for Diamond
Flight Centers and individual Diamond aircraft owners.
The program, underwritten exclusively by AXA Insurance through
Britt / Paulk Aviation Underwriters, offers lower, preferential
insurance rates -- and some terms not available in the general
market, according to the planemaker.
For Diamond Flight Centers, the program leverages the high
quality of these audited, selected flight schools to improve upon
the already-attractive rates available for all Diamond aircraft.
The program also offers some terms not typically available to
schools elsewhere -- including a $1,000,000 smooth available
liability limit for owner-operation of leaseback aircraft, a $0
deductible option, an accidental death benefit for instructors and
expanded insurance options for ancillary risk at the Diamond Flight
"We are excited to be partnering with Diamond in this effort,"
said Terry Britt, principal at Eastern Aviation Insurance. "Their
aircraft deservedly have a reputation for safety -- and with the
rigorous audits they conduct of their Diamond Flight Centers, and
the ability for owners to get quality recurrent training at these
select schools, we feel very comfortable in quoting aggressively
for this business."
The Diamond Aviation Insurance Program is available to all
approved Diamond Flight Centers and to individual Diamond owners.
Interested flight schools and individuals can learn more about the
program by contacting their Diamond Aircraft distributor or by
directly contacting the program office.
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