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2 weeks 3 days ago #2841 by Jen D
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You are right!

I found out from our recent insurance webinar that GA pilots also pay the price for things like the 727 Max disasters.

(You can view the webinar here:
- it's long, but has some good info.)

Jen

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2 weeks 3 days ago #2840 by Thomas Dolezal
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With no claims at all my rate has been going up, about 10% each year. I feel like most of us are paying for everyone's else's dumb mistakes. (no fuel, lack of fuel, or fuel mismanagement).

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1 month 1 week ago - 2 weeks 3 days ago #2800 by Kent Dellenbusch
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How have changes to insurance underwriting affected you?
Increase in premium - 73.68%
Additional requirements - 0.00%
Restrictions - 10.53%
Cancelation - 15.79%

As an older pilot, I'm hesitant to make a change in the type of aircraft that I own and hesitant to change insurance carriers

So far there have been no significant changes. Premiums this year were either unchanged, or even dropped slightly on two of our planes.

Dropped and unable to obtain insurance. Suspect due to age ( 85 ).

But it wasn't a bad increase.


Premium is up about 30%

Unknown. I have not received a quote for the policy which expires in April.

When I destroyed my T210 two years ago in a forced off-airport landing at age 70, I realized that I would face additional insurance hurdles because of my age if I wanted another 210, so I bought a 172 instead.

a nominal increase in my annual premium, with no policy changes, except for more flight time.

Premium went up 10% year over year.
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