Private Aviation Insurance
Why do you need a private aviation insurance specialist?
If you enjoy the thrill of flying your own light aircraft, helicopter or even private jet, you’ll be aware that aviation insurance is a legal requirement before you can take to the skies. Whether you use your aircraft for the joy of flying, or as means of travel to keep up with your busy lifestyle, you’ll want the reassurance that you and your aircraft are covered with a suitable private aviation insurance policy. Our experience in the aviation market means we understand your risks and will work with you to ensure you have the right level of cover.
How our prestige insurance experts can help
We know that time is precious, so having a trusted insurance expert on hand to help guide you through the world of private aviation insurance can be invaluable. Our specialist aviation advisers will discuss your specific requirements, and develop an understanding of what you need from your aviation insurance policy. You can also be confident of the quality service you will receive. As part of Marsh, a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, the team has a wealth of experience and expertise with one of the largest general aviation insurance teams in the world.
A holiday doesn’t just need to be expensive to warrant specialist travel insurance, especially if you are travelling with costly items like ski equipment and performance bikes. Our policies can cover all eventualities. And where you do have expensive holidays, our insurers are able to offer high levels of cancellation cover.
Prestige home insurance
Are you aware of the true value of your home? Are you confident you know the cost of a full rebuild, or the cost of replacing all your belongings? Property underinsurance is a common problem. Total rebuild costs are often overlooked, leaving many high-value items without cover under “one-size-fits-all” insurance policies. Our prestige home insurance offers more.
Second home insurance
When you own a second home (or maybe multiple homes) you will want to ensure that it is as protected as your primary home. By their very nature second homes may have different risk exposures, they aren’t always occupied and they may be overseas.