Our access to a broad range of markets enables us to provide competitive insurance products for existing and emerging risks. We work with you to ensure that your aviation business – from airlines, to leasing companies, manufacturers, airports and service providers – is adequately protected whether it’s physical damage to an aircraft or other associated exposures.

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Giving you Access to the Most Competitive Markets

Whether commercial or private, executive jet or utility helicopter, the ownership and operation of an aircraft carries with it a unique range of risks. In an ever changing market, our team of specialists not only generates ideas and finds solutions, but also focuses on turning those market changes to your competitive advantage.

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Our access to a broad range of markets enables us to provide competitive insurance products for existing and emerging risks. We work with you to ensure that your aviation business – from airlines, to leasing companies, manufacturers, airports and service providers – is adequately protected whether it’s physical damage to an aircraft or other associated exposures. The Lockton Aviation broking team has extensive experience which enables for a better understanding of a client’s needs, exposures and insight in to the most advantageous market for their requirements both in Asia and abroad.

Our Services

We cover the full spectrum of aviation and aerospace risk whether owner or operator, manufacturer or service provider, refueller or agent.

  • Aircraft hull, all risks including war risks and deductible insurance

  • Aviation liabilities, including passengers

  • Crew loss of licence

  • Hull and liability war risk coverage extensions

  • Overhaul and repair facilities

  • Personal accident

  • Premises/public liability

  • Product liability for manufacturers and components

  • Reinsurance

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We bring creative thinking and an entrepreneurial spirit to the insurance business and are uniquely positioned to help you succeed.

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