Do flight instructors and flight examiners need non-owned aircraft insurance and professional liability insurance?
Yes, any flight instructor or examiner could be held responsible for injury, damage to property, or aircraft damage when they operate an aircraft they do not own while giving flight instruction, a flight review or flight exam. In addition, after flight instruction or a check-ride a CFI could be responsible for a subsequent accident causing injury or property damage.
Flight instructors and flight examiners need to protect themselves and EAA Insurance Solutions has options for EAA members.
EAA’s Flight Instructor Insurance Plan provides coverage for use of an airplane the flight instructor does not own and insurance for the instructor’s professional services of instruction, flight review, flight check-ride, and flight exam.
Enjoy peace of mind when your providing your students with instruction in an aircraft you don’t own when you are insured in the EAA Flight Instructor Insurance Plan!
If you have any questions, contact one of the aviation insurance professionals with EAA Insurance Solutions administered by Falcon Insurance Agency, Inc. at 1-866-647-4322.