Comprehensive Coverage with First-Class Service

When it comes to aviation insurance, you need an expert navigator. The constantly evolving industry means constantly changing risks. So how do you keep up with the risks without paying sky-high prices?

You need a partner who understands the nuances of the industry, what's changing and how to determine your needs. Our experienced professionals know the ins and the outs of the aviation world. We’ll get to know your operation and leverage our expertise to craft a risk management program tailored to your unique needs.

We'll also help you look out for your most critical asset — your people. We specialize in aviation workers' compensation as well as non-aviation product liability offerings.

Commercial Aviation

Commercial aviation carries the greatest risk and includes any business that charges for aviation services. Available coverage includes:

  • Non-agricultural aerial applicators, including fire suppression
  • Airport property, hangar and fixed-base operators
  • Charter aircraft
  • Flight training facilities
  • Government and special mission aircraft
  • Maintenance, repair and overhaul
  • Pay-by-hour coverage

Corporate Aviation

From small businesses to corporations, we can help you manage risk with coverage including:

  • Corporate aircraft liability
  • All classes of helicopters
  • Cabin-class twin-engine aircraft
  • Turboprop aircraft
  • Very light jets and corporate jets


Now that helicopters are not just a military staple, we can provide coverage for everything from personal to commercial use, including:

  • Law enforcement
  • Corporate charter
  • EMS
  • Cargo hauling
  • Aerial photography
  • Firefighting
  • Oil platform operations
  • Herding and wildlife control
  • Flight instruction
  • Pipeline/power line patrol
  • Agricultural spraying
  • Tours and sightseeing
  • News and traffic reporting

New Risks on the Horizon

As technology changes, so does your company — and the risks you face. Some of our new specialties include:

  • Drones and unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Rotor wing losses
  • Expanded private-sector commercial space applications
  • Protection against market losses and premium increases due to catastrophic losses
  • Emerging market exposures
  • Aviation safety
  • Loss central preparedness and planning

Practice Leaders

Ryan Horst

Ryan Horst

(866) 623-3284