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 aviation insurance specialists not only generates ideas and finds solutions, but also focuses on turning those market changes to your competitive advantage.

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Whether commercial or private, executive jet or utility helicopter, the ownership and operation of aircraft carries with it a unique set of risks.

Lockton’s dedicated team of in-house specialists are committed to sourcing effective, tailored aviation insurance and risk solutions, helping you turn even the most challenging market conditions to your advantage.

As pioneers in a cutting-edge industry, aviation firms require dynamic and agile policies that can change as quickly as the industry adapts. Backed by years of experience in aviation insurance, Lockton keeps pace at every stage, applying innovative solutions to tackle evolving threats.

We work closely with clients to identify even the most unconventional exposures, applying a data-led, consultative approach to source the most effective solution. From strategic planning to the resolution of a claim, we make it our priority to protect your assets at every stage, with coverage you can rely on.

Our services

What we bring to your business

  • A dedicated, experienced Account Manager that will remain your point of contact throughout, advocating for your needs in the insurance marketplace

  • Detailed modelling and financial analytics to show you the effect of an insurance programme on your business

  • Risk financing guidance to help you secure the most suitable and affordable programme

  • Access to a broad range of insurers markets all over the world, enabling you to benefit from the most competitive solutions available

What we cover

  • 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

Aviation Insurance Team

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Tim Liddiard

Senior Vice President
tim.liddiard@lockton.com
+44 207 933 2180

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