In the air or on the ground, aviation presents a unique set of risks. For businesses operating in and around airports, you should consider the protection offered by Aviation Liability Insurance.
Your legal liability to work at an airport may not be covered under your own Public Liability and Commercial Motor Insurance policies.
What is Airside Liability Insurance?
Airside generally refers to an area on an airport that has restricted access. This will be the aprons, taxiways and runways as well as the area past the security gates in terminal buildings.
Aviation Liability Insurance is a liability type that is placed under a normal cover but allows for work to be done around airports, such as general maintenance.
Do I need Airside Liability Insurance?
As companies or individuals that are working airside will inevitably require a higher level of public liability cover, Airside Liability Insurance can be arranged as a separate policy, either to top up an existing insurance, or to provide the primary cover.
If there is any chance you, or your business could manifest damage or injury airside, then you need cover. Avoid the potentially devastating consequences, take away the financial risk, and rest assured, with Airside Liability Insurance.
What does Airside Liability Insurance cover?
Specialist cover for ground handlers, refuellers and businesses operating in or around airports. Our experience in the field gives us the insight to understand your needs and design insurance that works for you.
How can we help?
At Wayne Grayson & Associates, we believe an informed insurance decision is the right one. Whether you’re after business or personal insurance, our expert brokers will ensure your insurance is the right fit for you.
Contact one of our Auckland-based insurance brokers for advice on the best solution to suit you or your organisation.