Re: [DBCOOPER] Insurance brokers warning to DZO's/Plane owners
Air Inc is the broker that pretty much exclusively provides hull insurance for skydiving aircraft in the USA. No Air Inc, no insurance, no industry, pretty much that simple.
Bottom line is that insurance companies do have a great effect on our industry and we have no choice but to listen to them unless you want skydives that cost $75 each.
Create policies all you want and tell people 'not to do it', but unless real action is taken, 'they' will ban the wing-suiting, not the DZO, and the DZO will follow suit because they have a huge mortgage on their airplane and they need the insurance.
It was a heads up - and all of us turbine operators got the email from Air Inc. And we are paying attention to it.
That does not mean we plan to ban anything, but we sure will be making sure the people on a wing-suit on our million dollar plus aircraft have a half clue what they are doing and have a plan to stick to it. And that they understand how serious WE are taking the issue.
Now who wants to be strike #12?
(This post was edited by tkhayes on Sep 13, 2012, 4:06 PM)
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() on Sep 13, 2012, 4:06 PM