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Sun, Nov 06, 2005

Columbia Aircraft Owners Get Their Own Insurance Program

Owners of Columbia 300, 350 and 400 aircraft will now have access to enhanced personalized services and preferred rates through the new Columbia Aircraft Owners Insurance Program. The company announced today that the program, administered by Frank Crystal & Company, is on line and available to owners of all Columbia certified aircraft.

“Insurance is a significant issue for any aircraft buyer,” said CAM Vice President of Marketing and Sales Randy S. Bolinger. “We wanted to establish a program that would allow our buyers access not only to competitive insurance pricing, but also to an extremely high level of personal attention. We selected our partners in this program because of their reputation for providing high levels of service to their customers as well as their overall expertise in the market.”

Through the Columbia Aircraft Owners Insurance Program, owners can expect:

  • Preferred pricing
  • Higher limits of liability (up to $2,000,000) for qualified pilots
  • Premium discounts for commitment to initial and recurrent training
  • Comprehensive coverage
  • Personalized attention from a dedicated team of aviation insurance specialists
  • Tailored insurance programs
  • 24/7 claims handling service
  • Periodic insurance market updates to stay on top of current market trends

According to Bolinger, a number of factors are contributing to lower insurance rates for owners of Columbia aircraft. Among those are the aircraft’s certification to the FAA’s stringent Utility Category, a low accident rate and the generally high level of experience and qualification of those who have purchased Columbia aircraft.

“From the performance and quality of the aircraft, to the purchase process and beyond, we feel it is our responsibility to ensure that every one of our owners has a pleasurable experience and thorough education when insuring their aircraft,” Bolinger said. “The Columbia Aircraft Owners Insurance Program is one more demonstration of our commitment.”

FMI: www.flycolumbia.com

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