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Aircraft Insurance and the Adventurous AirCam

Friday, February 26th, 2016

There is one type of flight that every pilot yearns for: low and slow with the wind kissing your face. Originally designed for aerial photography in the Ndoki rain forest in Congo for National Geographic, the Lockwood AirCam is an agile, open cockpit, tandem seat, multi-engine aircraft. As the pilots and agents at Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) can attest to, the AirCam is a plane built for adventure!

Pilots mouths drop when they read the specs on AirCam aircraft. It can take off in as little as 100 feet and land in under 500. Burning as few as 3.5 gallons per hour, the two Rotax 912 engines provide the AirCam with a cruising speed of anywhere from 50 to 100 miles per hour all with a stall speed of only 39 miles per hour. With up to a 2,000 feet per minute rate of climb, the AirCam is the best aircraft for small backcountry strips and remote areas. But the AirCam is not limited to only departing from the ground, it can be equipped with floats as well!

AirCam Insurance

Testimonials about Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) rave about the ease of obtaining a competitive aircraft insurance quote. With one phone call to AIR, our agents will work diligently to market all the major aircraft insurance companies competitive for the Lockwood AirCam and the type of flying you do. AIR can also protect an AirCam project during the building stage, with economical rates regardless of pilot experience with our builders’ risk program.

To find out more about how AIR can assist with your AirCam insurance, please contact Aviation Insurance Resources by calling 877-247-7767 or visit today and request your aircraft insurance quote! You can also follow us on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn, and Google+.