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Aviation Insurance Resources – What’s in it for Me?

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

Before most decisions are made, in one form or another, the decision-maker asks, “What’s in it for me?” Before you decided to purchase an aircraft, many questions whirled through your mind. But they all pointed back to how that purchase benefits YOU. With several aviation insurance brokers at your hands, how do you choose the agent that best fits your needs? Here’s what’s in it for you at Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR):

  • Pilots Protecting Pilots – It’s not just a fancy tagline on our website. It’s truth. All the agents at AIR are pilots so we all share a unique experience and love for the air as our customers. We work closely with insurance underwriters to serve the needs of the pilot population. For example, AIR has led the industry in insuring unmanned aircraft (UAS/UAVs) and light sport aircraft (LSAs) with ease.
  • Specialists – From non-owned to personal owned aircraft, from single-ship flight schools to corporate aircraft fleets, from workers compensation to event liability, we specialize in all things aviation. Not boats. Not cars. Not health insurance. Aviation insurance. We understand the nuances of aviation insurance and the details necessary to provide proper coverage.
  • All Markets – To become appointed with an insurance carrier, aviation insurance brokers must go through a vetting process. This means meeting specific standards of practice and policy minimums. Not all agents have access to all these markets, but AIR does. These markets are all vying for your business therefore creating competition and keeping your aircraft insurance rates low.
  • Choice – With AIR you are not married to one quote and one policy’s set of conditions. If you have certain specific needs (approved training facilities, lower open pilot warranty, higher limits) AIR can supply a more flexible policy by shopping all the aviation insurance markets. We can tailor a policy to you!

So, what’s in it for you? A team of dedicated, knowledgeable, pilots providing you with the broadest policy at the best available rates. To find what’s in it for you call 877-247-7767 or submit and insurance quote request online today!

 

The Top 9 Easiest Aircraft to Insure

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Aircraft insurance is in a class of its own. A great diversity between pilot backgrounds and category and class of aircraft factor into the policy’s final premium. The main influence in setting these rates will be the hull value of the aircraft and the pilot experience. Let’s look at the top 9 easiest aircraft to insure:

New Pilots – Many of your typical trainer aircraft receive preferred rates. These aircraft are vast in numbers, have easy access to parts, and are sturdy enough to handle consistent hard landings from a student pilot.

  1. Cessna 150/152

The Cessna 150 series is a staple for beginning aviators. These 2-seat aircraft are cheaper to rent and even easier to insure. The Cessna 150 is a budget friendly choice for any pilot when comparing their hull value and annual insurance rates.

  1. Cessna 172

A lot roomier than its little brother the Cessna 150, the Cessna 172 is a 4-seat reliable trainer and personal plane. For older model Cessnas it is quite easy to obtain Cessna aircraft insurance for under $1,000 annually.

  1. Cessna 182

For over 60 years the Cessna 182 Skylane has been a top choice for aircraft owners. Featuring a 230-horsepower engine the Cessna 182 provides everything pilots love about the Cessna 172 with a bit more bark.

  1. Piper PA28-140, 150, 151, 160, 161, 180, 181

Where Cessna has their 150s and 172s, Piper Aircraft created the PA28 series. Cherokee, Warrior and Archer insurance rates have remained low and prove to be an affordable aircraft to insure.

  1. Piper PA32

Essentially a six-seat version of a PA28, underwriters usually prefer to see an instrument rating and more time for this aircraft. However, even without an instrument rating Piper Cherokee Sixes have quite competitive insurance rates.

Advanced Pilots – Pilots with a bit more time in their logbook and an instrument rating out of their way may be looking for a more cross-country-friendly, all weather aircraft.

  1. Mooney

The popular Mooney M20 aircraft series was developed in the 1950’s. This fast, affordable, 4-seat, retractable gear aircraft is a must-have among pilots making frequent long trips.

  1. Beech Bonanza

Beech Bonanza insurance is a frequent request. Ranging from 4 to 6 seats the single engine Bonanza has been made in many varieties but maintains its place as one of the best-selling aircraft for pilots looking for a little bit more.

  1. Piper Arrow

The Piper Arrow is a retractable gear version of the PA28 series and frequently found as a commercial pilot trainer. While insurance rates are commonly higher on retractable gear aircraft when compared to fixed gear, pilots find Piper Arrow insurance premiums to be very reasonable.

  1. Cirrus

This one may shock most people, as Cirrus got a bad rap insurance-wise for quite some time. While they remain high value aircraft, competition in the industry and improved training programs have brought Cirrus insurance rates down.

Aircraft insurance is not one size fits all. Many pilots purchase a more advanced aircraft as student pilots versus going through the transition period. A low time or student pilot often can obtain insurance for advanced aircraft; it just may be at a higher rate with specific training stipulations. The list leaves out many popular certified aircraft such as the retractable gear Skylane, the Cessna Cardinal, the Piper Lance and does not begin to cover the many varieties of homebuilt aircraft! This is a general list of the most common planes that result in a quick and competitive aircraft insurance quotation.

The key is to purchase your aircraft insurance from a pilot and aviation insurance agent you trust like those at Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR). No matter the make and model of aircraft to be insured, AIR shops all the major aviation insurance markets to obtain the best rates with the broadest coverage available. Call 877-247-7767 or request a quote online to obtain an aircraft insurance quote from AIR today!

 

How One Pilot Saved Over 50% on Aircraft Insurance

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

The popular aviator saying explains that if you want to make a small fortune in aviation, you need to start with a large one. We all know aviation expenses can quickly add up, so why pay more than you must on your aircraft insurance? Living off their legacy, Avemco insurance continues to sell insurance at a higher premium on an outdated policy.

The proof is in the numbers.

Earlier this month, Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) established a policy for a Bonanza owner who had two pilots on his policy. This individual was looking to add a third, lower time pilot who was not instrument rated. At $150,000 hull coverage Avemco had quoted their current insured just over $5,000 annually. AIR’s quotation was LESS THAN HALF that at only $2,285.

Where do these savings come from?

Avemco is a direct writer, meaning that they set the premiums and discounts that are quoted. When you call Avemco, you are working with one underwriter and receive just a single quote. AIR is an aviation insurance broker, meaning they shop all the other major aviation insurance markets for your aircraft insurance. In most cases, AIR will receive multiple insurance quotes for your aircraft insurance. More options equal more savings, with competition within the market driving the rates down.

Who offers the better policy?

It is always important to read through your policy and review any questions with your insurance agent. However, the main and most important difference between Avemco and all the other markets is in one simple word. An Avemco policy is written with a per person sub-limit whereas most other policies are written as a per passenger form. The Avemco policy could be leave you short on coverage if an accident were to injure an individual outside of the aircraft. To remain competitive, insurance carriers are often increasing policy benefits while Avemco continue to use their outdated form.

Pilots protecting pilots.

All the agents at AIR are pilots and understand the ins and outs of the aircraft insurance industry. When the Bonanza owner called in for a quote he spoke directly with a pilot, not just an insurance agent. A pilot calling into AIR will speak with an individual who knows the nervousness of a first solo or a check ride and understands what it’s like to transition to a new aircraft. AIR’s headquarters and branch offices are full of pilots from all walks of life, to include CFIs, rotor pilots and balloon pilots!

At the beginning of this month, a Bonanza pilot saved over $2,715 simply by calling AIR. Why pay more for your aircraft insurance? Call 877-247-7767 or request a quote online today!

How to Read your Aircraft Insurance Policy

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Congrats! You have purchased your very first aircraft and obtained a low premium through Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR)! You are now provided with a 30+ page aircraft insurance policy, but don’t let it overwhelm you! Today, we will break down the important parts and what you need to know:

Declarations – After the cover pages of the policy (if applicable) are the declarations, essentially a breakdown of the coverages in your policy. Here you will find information on who the policy is issued to, the policy number and effective dates. The declarations also usually contain the liability limits of the policy, aircraft information, and the aircraft hull value if physical damage coverage was purchased. Any applicable deductible will be listed here along with when physical damage coverage is offered (Ground & Flight, Ground Not in Flight, or Ground Not in Motion).

Insuring Agreements – The insuring agreement section of your aircraft insurance policy lists the insurance carriers promises to you. This is what the insurance policy will pay in the event of a loss. This area summarizes the protection provided to you for liability, medical expenses and physical damage. It also goes over the defense provided if you were to become liable for injury to a person or property.

Conditions – Your obligations are covered under the conditions section of the insurance policy. These paragraphs list requirements for coverage to be provided. How to file and document a claim are described in the conditions of your policy.

Exclusions – This area of your policy is exactly the way it sounds. It lists what is specifically excluded from coverage in your policy. If your aircraft is for pleasure and business use only, you’ll often notice that operations for commercial use and hire are often listed under the exclusion area.

Definitions – Throughout your policy you will notice words highlighted in bold. This signifies that this word has a specific meaning to the insurance carrier and its definition within your policy. This section of the policy will define important words in your policy such as:

Insured – who qualifies as an insured under this policy?

In flight – what is required for the aircraft to be considered in flight?

In motion – what is required for the aircraft to be considered moving?

Passenger – who qualifies as a passenger?

…and more

Endorsements – Usually placed towards the end of your policy are endorsements specific to your particular aircraft policy. They contain information such as the pilots allowed to fly the aircraft and any training requirements, lienholder information if there is a loan on the aircraft, list any additional insureds such as an airport and special expanded coverages. These endorsements amend policy wording which can delete or greatly add coverage. For example, non-owned aircraft coverage is usually found within these endorsements.

If you have a question about an item in your policy or can not find something you are looking for, call the pilots and agents at AIR. We will walk you through it! AIR works with all the major aviation insurance carriers and each policy has its differences. It is our job to provide you with the broadest coverage and lowest rates. Give us a call at 877-247-7767 or visit us online to talk about your aircraft insurance policy today!

Aircraft Insurance Broker Welcomes 19th Year of Continuously Insured Pilots

Monday, January 8th, 2018

Working for you

As many new business owners do, Jon Harden was working around the clock and weekends his first few years at AIR. It was one Sunday in February when Pete called. Pete has owned eight aircraft and currently is the proud owner of a Beechcraft Baron. Each year Pete participates in the Bonanzas to Oshkosh (B2Osh) formation migration from Rockford, Illinois to Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

“I was expecting to have to leave a message after dialing a couple of options. Instead, Jon picked up, on a Sunday nonetheless! I immediately switched to him and haven’t looked back!” Pete explained.

After each flight to EAA AirVenture/Oshkosh, Pete makes a point to stop by and catch up with Jon at the AIR booth in Hangar A. While Jon does not have to work weekends quite as often these days, he still operates at the same level of prompt customer service.

Unique Aircraft

Another Beechcraft has found its home at AIR over 18 years ago. Ingrid is often found at Frederick Municipal Airport flying her Bonanza or enjoying AIR’s summer cookouts. But her true pride and joy has been covered through AIR for 17 years now, a newly restored J3 Lenape Papoose. This 1939 Piper Cub is equipped with a 3-cylindar radial engine and is one of only three flying in the United States! This very Cub once held the world record for aircraft time aloft. Ingrid’s Cub graces many of AIR’s marketing materials!

Ray was AIR’s 32nd client and he still insures through us today! Besides his Cessna 172, AIR also protects Ray’s 1977 Varga. Known for its reliability and simplicity, Varga pilots could spend the whole day boasting about their aircraft. However, not all insurance markets readily write this make and model aircraft. Since 1999, AIR agent Chris Wolbert shops all the major aviation insurance markets for Ray’s Cessna and Varga each year before renewal. Chris has earned Ray’s business year after year by providing competitive rates for both aircraft and by keeping them on one policy for increased convenience.

“I really appreciate what the agents at AIR do because they are pilots, not just insurance agents!” airline pilot Curtis exclaimed. All insurance agents at AIR are pilots and are passionate about the aviation industry they serve. Each pilot has a different background and a diverse blend of aeronautical experience.

Curtis is approaching his 19th renewal with AIR. He prefers to keep all five of his aircraft on one convenient policy as well. He currently owns a Cessna 140, Cessna 150, a Piper J3 Cub, an RV-8 and a multi-engine amateur built aircraft, the Wickham B. The Wickham B is the only aircraft of its kind, designed by Jim Wickham, an engineer with Boeing in the late 1960’s. It sat in storage for several decades before being restored in 2002 and later purchased and flown by Curtis.

Bob’s 1950 Beech 35 Bonanza is a show stopper. In fact, it has made it to the centerfold of an aviation magazine! Featuring a IO 470 D’Shannon engine upgrade, an advanced avionics suite, and superior paint and interior, his number one priority was properly insuring the aircraft he invested so much into. When shopping for aircraft insurance, Bob encountered the issue that the stated Bluebook Value of the aircraft was much less than the value due to its extensive upgrades. That’s when he connected with Jon Harden, the founder of AIR. In June, he will be trusting AIR with his aircraft insurance renewal for the 19th year straight! His Bonanza is, of course, still in impeccable shape.

Access to all the markets

Flying out of NJ, Joseph owns a Piper Arrow. 18 years ago, Joseph connected with AIR’s regional office in Bradford, PA, then run by agent Lee McKinley. Since Lee’s passing, Joseph has worked with Victoria Neuville out of AIR’s Frederick, MD headquarters. Despite the years that have passed and the office transition, AIR has been able to ensure Joseph a steady premium and he is now paying less than several years ago! This is because AIR shops all the aviation markets to obtain the best rate. Thanks to a competitive market, Joseph has not seen that much fluctuation in his insurance rates over the years. Having access to multiple insurance carriers also provides flexibility when customizing the right policy before committing to one insurance company’s guidelines.

Commercial aviation insurance

All the previously mentioned clients are aircraft owned for pleasure and business use. AIR’s expertise also extends to workers compensation, FBOs, maintenance facilities, flight schools, charter, flying clubs and more! The oldest aviation sales company still in operation in Oklahoma City also happens to be one of AIR’s oldest clients as well! Southern Wings Aircraft Sales is a very successful family owned business specializing in selling corporate twin and turbine aircraft. Cycling through many aircraft throughout the year, Southern Wings insurance policy allows for sales and demonstration of the aircraft. The ease of adding and deleting newly acquired or sold aircraft can be attributed to AIR’s prompt service and organization.

Airshows

AIR is well equipped to insure your airshow or aviation event. But what’s more fun than insuring airshows is attending them! 2018 will mark the 19th consecutive year AIR has had a booth at EAA AirVenture, commonly known as Oshkosh, the world’s busiest airport for one week each July. Each year you can find us in booth 1120, next to Trade-A-Plane. Oshkosh is comparable to a family reunion, but for pilots. This is often where we meet our customers in person.

“I’ve been attending AirVenture since I was 10 years old. What’s great about being an exhibitor is all the new people you meet and finally putting a face to the name or voice of our customers,” said AIR agent Victoria Neuville.

As AIR’s 19th anniversary approaches much remains the same. AIR continues to provide service with integrity from a group of knowledgeable insurance agents and pilots. The proof is in the numbers, over 80 clients have had coverage with us for 18 consecutive years! To begin creating a life-long relationship with an aviation insurance broker that shops all the markets to provide you with the best rates and the broadest coverage call 301-682-6200 or visit www.AIR-PROS.com today!AIR logo 2016.2.26 WEB

Light Sport Insurance – 13 Years Later

Friday, December 15th, 2017

In 2004 the introduction of the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category opened new opportunities for the aviation community. Limited to two seats and a maximum speed of 120 knots, light sport aircraft do not require a medical, making it the perfect solution for aging pilots. The lighter aircraft also promised an inexpensive opportunity for students to make their aviation dreams come true with a minimum flight time of only 20 hours to become certified.

Quite a few vintage aircraft meet the conditions required under this new category, such as Piper Cubs and Aeronca Champs but many aircraft manufacturers jumped at the opportunity to market new state-of-the-art sport aircraft featuring modern avionics and complete aircraft parachutes. New aircraft emerged in both the standard and experimental LSA categories to include Flight Design, Remos, and RANS.

Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) was one of the first aviation insurance brokers to work closely with industry underwriters and sort through what was needed to properly insure light sport category aircraft. Initially, insurance rates were a concern as newly manufactured sport aircraft had higher hull values and many are built of lighter, composite material. In addition, the availability of spare parts in the case of a claim on a European built LSA was a concern.

Today, the insurance process is practically seamless for LSAs. AIR offers insurance solutions for homebuilt ELSAs during the construction process, for restoring vintage LSA qualifying aircraft, and insurance for renting or owning light sport aircraft. Time flies, and the light sport category is now well over a decade old and continues to grow.

AIR understands the budgeting needs of aircraft owners and aviation business operators, because they are pilots, too! Serving fellow pilots for over 18 years, AIR shops all the aviation insurance markets to obtain the best rate and broadest policy coverages. To obtain a light sport aircraft insurance quote call 301-682-6200 or visit www.AIR-PROS.com to complete a quote request today!

Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) Agents Cannot be Replicated

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness.”

― Oscar Wilde

Time and time again, Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) spots something familiar in competitors’ ads. Our slogans, premium comparison marketing campaigns, and even our company name have been replicated in print. These copycat trends continue to prove one fact: AIR is the aviation insurance broker to watch.

After 17 years with direct aviation insurance writer, Avemco, Jon Harden founded AIR in 1999. Based on a foundation of providing service with integrity for pilots, by pilots; AIR was and always will be comprised of agents that intimately know the aviation industry. Every agent at AIR is a pilot and many have owned their own aircraft.

Jon Harden – the founder of AIR is a Certified Instrument Flight Instructor (CFII) and currently owns a Pitts S1 and a Cessna 180. Last summer his daughter became a pilot as well.

Chris Wolbert – an Embry Riddle graduate, Chris is a commercial and multi engine rated pilot. He’s been flying since 1990 and is one of the founders of AIR.

Gregg Ellsworth – has been a private pilot since the 70s. He is also an Embry Riddle graduate with an aviation management degree.

Jon Shimer – an A&P and private pilot with instrument and multi engine ratings, Jon has flown over 65 different models of aircraft. He has owned a Pitts Special and a J-3 Cub. He also performs with the Alabama Boys airshow act.

John Sweeney – learned to fly at Winged Spartans Flying Club of Michigan State University in 1969 and is a CFI. He has 37 years of experience in the aviation insurance industry and his first insurance job was as an aviation claims adjuster.

Victoria Neuville – an instrument rated commercial pilot, Victoria’s spare time is also centered around aviation. She can be found promoting her children’s book series, Turbo the Flying Dog and co-hosting the Stuck Mic AvCast aviation podcast.

Patrick Smith – Patrick is AIR’s only lighter-than-air pilot and commercial CFII. When the sun rises and sets, Patrick is busy flying with his hot air balloon business, Tailwinds Over Frederick.

Joe Ruck – firefighter turned pilot, Joe is also a CFI. He looks forward to being able to sign off his three great nephews and two grandsons for their first solos one day.

Joe Cacho – a private pilot, Joe joined the original members of the AIR team in 1999. He is also an Embry Riddle graduate and favorite place to fly is in the Florida Keys.

Bill Snead – the newest agent at AIR is not by any means new to the business. With over 35 years of aviation insurance experience, Bill is a commercial pilot and flies gliders.

As you can see in each short biography above, every pilot at AIR brings unique aviation experience to the table. This group of aviation insurance agents simply cannot be replicated. The next time you see an aviation insurance ad, think twice if it is unique, or simply mimicking something greater.

Serving our fellow pilots for over 18 years, AIR understands the budgeting needs of aircraft owners and aviation business operators. We shop all the major aviation insurance markets to provide the broadest coverage at the lowest rates. Call Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) at 301-682-6200 or complete an online quote request to start saving today!

 

First Flight Insurance Solutions

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Over a thousand hours of build time has gone into your aircraft. Many late nights out at the hangar and several seasons have passed, but the big day is finally here. Your pride and joy, your biggest accomplishment, is about to take its inaugural flight. Despite all your cross checks and due diligence, the nagging question is still in the back of your mind. Could something go wrong?

Many pilots mistakenly believe that there are no options for insurance coverage during the fly-off stage and settle for sub-par 3rd party liability programs. These programs do not include hull coverage, are limited in their available defense, have low property damage limits, and outdated bodily injury terms. While these programs are often the only option for non-registered aircraft, real aviation markets offer the best coverage for the majority of homebuilt aircraft.

From RVs to the Sonex, whether you’ve built a SeaRey or a Glasair, Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) has your first flight solution. AIR works with all the aviation insurance markets, therefore, offering many options for insuring your first flight risk. Your AIR agent will go over with you the terms of each option for the fly-off stage of flight. A majority of these policies include hull coverage and industry standard liability limits.

AIR also offers a builders and restorers insurance program, designed to protect the aircraft during the building or restoring stage regardless of pilot experience and qualifications. Customized with your needs in mind, this new insurance plan offers flexible liability and hull coverage options.

“As a friend of many aircraft builders and as a homebuilt owner myself, I cannot imagine the devastation of losing an aircraft after hundreds of hours of work,” said Jon Harden, president and founder of AIR. “Our affordable program is worth it just for the peace of mind.”

Peace of mind is exactly what the agents and pilots provide at Aviation Insurance Resources. So, before you weld another joint or place another rivet, contact the pilots and agents at AIR! Call 877-247-7767 or submit a quote online today!

Aircraft Insurance – A look back

Monday, September 18th, 2017

18 years ago, the aviation insurance industry looked quite different. Besides insurance direct writer, Avemco, only eight other companies offered aircraft insurance.  To gain access to these companies, a pilot must go through an aviation insurance broker. Since the 90s, the aviation insurance industry has grown considerably. There are now 18 aircraft insurance carriers vying for a pilot’s business. Competition is fueling the rates and premiums are lower than ever, therefore benefiting the consumer.

In 1999 a new aviation insurance broker came on the scene: Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR). Established by former Avemco employees, these pilots set out to create an aviation insurance brokerage that provided the best rates and the broadest coverage for their clients.  This was a period of high premiums, strict training requirements, and transition pilots were near impossible to insure. However, AIR was appointed with all the aviation markets, offering their customers all the available options in the industry.

Today, new aircraft insurance policies have been developed including the LSA class and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). Within the past decade insurance carriers have improved and enhanced their policies to maintain customer loyalty. Policies have since been written in a much broader language, training requirements are more lenient, higher liability limits are available, and transition pilots are easier to insure at the right price-point. AIR has been at the forefront of all these changes and passing along the savings to their insureds.

Soon AIR will be celebrating their 20th anniversary. Many of their insureds have been with them since day one and many other pilots are constantly discovering the benefits of calling these aviation insurance specialists. The pilots and agents at AIR focus on integrity and place customer service as a priority above profit. To have an agent start shopping all the markets on your aviation insurance policy call AIR at 301-682-6200 today!

Winners Tied: Two Aviation Scholarships Awarded

Monday, July 24th, 2017

Oshkosh, WI June 24, 2017 – Leading aircraft insurance broker, Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR), announced today the results of the 2nd annual “Get into the AIR” aviation scholarship. AIR received applications from pilots and student pilots from all walks of life, each with remarkable stories. Only one scholarship was slated for 2017, however, two very deserving individuals stood out prompting AIR to reward two scholarships this year.

Fascinated by aircraft from the World War II era since an early age, student pilot Heather Geer plans to follow in the footsteps of her idols, the WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots). To reach her dream of becoming a warbird pilot, she plans to gain hours and experience by becoming a tailwheel instructor. Heather plans to complete her private pilot certificate by this October. In her spare time she can be found volunteering with the Bravo 369 Foundation, a non-profit focused on STEM education, aviation history and aircraft preservation.

Heather Geer

Get into the AIR Scholarship – Heather Geer

For the last decade, Chelsea Dorman could be found at the oldest continuously operating airport in the world, College Park Airport, guiding future young aviators on the history of aviation. As the College Park Airport Museum’s program coordinator, she has overseen many aviation centric events from lecture programs, to happy hours and community outreach. With the help of the Get into the AIR scholarship and saving her earnings as a figure skating coach in the winter, Chelsea will soon be on her way to becoming a pilot herself!

Chelsea Dorman

Get into the Air Scholarship – Chelsea Dorman

Applicants were judged on essays and recommendations letters that best portrayed the pilot’s goals, drive, and commitment to the aviation industry. While competition was fierce, AIR could not be happier with rewarding these two dedicated individuals. The Get into the AIR aviation scholarship will be available again in 2018.

About Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR)

Since 1999, AIR has remained closely connected to the industry they serve, many of their customers are friends and some are even family. This is because all of the agents at AIR are pilots and understand the needs and challenges in owning or renting an aircraft and aviation related businesses. No matter your involvement in aviation, AIR can provide a comprehensive yet economical solution for your needs. For updates on future scholarships or an aircraft insurance quote call 877-247-7767 or fill out a quote request online today!