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Off-Airport Landings May Cause Unexpected Insurance Claim

By Bob Mackey, Vice President, Falcon Insurance Agency, Inc.

Aircraft insurance covers all sorts of damage to your aircraft in the event that something unexpected occurs. But what happens if you are forced to make an off-airport landing and, even if your aircraft emerges unscathed, you incur recovery charges to get your aircraft back to the airport?

 Part of the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan, administered by Falcon Insurance Agency, Inc., provides special coverage for emergency flight conditions which will pay up to $25,000 for the recovery of your airplane—even if there is no damage. And the extra insurance doesn’t cost you a dime.

If you are not insured in the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan you should take a look at your airplane insurance policy. If you don’t have this special insurance coverage, call the 866-647-4EAA to find out how you can get your airplane insured in the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan.

There are many other special expansions included with the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan. Even if you never have an off-airport landing due to a simple mechanical problem, running low on fuel, or getting caught by weather, with the EAA Plan the insurance you get is more than you may have thought. Call the EAA Plan today! 

EAA INSURANCE TIPS is a special EAA Member benefit. If you have an insurance related topic you’d like to see addressed or if you have any comments, please email bmackey@falconinsurance.com. If you need an insurance quotation call 866-647-4EAA (4322).
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