Insurance certificates, insurance confirmations, insurance endorsements, proof of insurance, logbook certificate
If you are an owner, hangar keeper or manager of an aircraft, you will have to take a lot of requirements into consideration.
You will probably also need a number of insurance documents to be able to plan your flight quickly.
Here are a few examples:
- As early as when you apply for a licence, you will need paperwork including a confirmation of cover (e.g. Section 106 of the Air Traffic Licensing Regulation (LuftVZO) for the German Federal Aviation Office (LBA) or Section 168 (1) of the Austrian Aviation Act (LFG) for the Austrian Austro Control)
- To register an aircraft in a commercial AOC, you will need a confirmation of cover pursuant to Section 106 (1) LuftVZO and an air operator’s certificate for the German Federal Aviation Office
- You must always have with you proof of liability insurance in your logbook documentation.
- Charter brokers require confirmation of cover as a joint policyholder and/or a waiver of subrogation
- Financial institutions require confirmation of cover as a joint policyholder and beneficiary in the event of a claim (risk coverage certificate, AVN67B)
- Some countries require their own special confirmations of cover, such as the UK (Crown Indemnity, clause AVN95), Turkey, the USA, Canada, Hong Kong and Mexico
- You are planning to fly to a territory (that is not already covered by your contract) and need special proof of insurance to do so
From our years of experience, we know what our customers need and can provide you with all the necessary insurance certificates quickly, without the red tape.