AviationBroker

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  1. @Sparkles - I agree with Perlman on this one. Not many strictly hobbyist pilots get insurance. However, it can be done. If you would like to learn more about UAS insurance, I have compiled some content below. I am also a contributor to the insurance link that Perlman provided above. Please let me know if you have any specific questions. I am very well versed on this subject. Drone U Podcast InterviewDrone Insurance for Commercial Operations: Demystifying Your Coverage Options - This is a condensed version of the article that appeared in RotorDrone Magazine.How to Insure a UAV - Was
  2. Hello! Please follow the link below for a podcast interview about UAV insurance that I recently did for agflyers.com. If you have any follow up questions, please let me know. http://agflyers.com/podcast-commercial-drone-insurance-101/ Thanks, Joe Ernster Bullock Agency, Inc. joe@bullockagency.com
  3. Are you thinking about becoming a commercial UAV pilot under FAA part 107? If so, UAV insurance should be a main concern of your new business. A vast majority of "standard" liability insurance policies exclude anything that has to do with aircraft. Since UAVs are under the purview of the FAA, they are considered to be aircraft by most insurers. So how do you get your new UAV operation insured? Easy, contact an aviation specific insurance broker (I happen to be one). If this sounds intimating, you are not alone. However, once you understand the basics of insuring an aircraft, you will be an avi