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Message: [Acro] Re: Does Falcon insure experimental aircraft?
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From: William Halverson <william at netpros.net>
Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2002 02:07:39 UTC
What does the actual policy say? The form you got from Falcon is just the _application_ form .... Jones wrote: > Noticed the same on my insurance. I wrote in a space provided that it was > an experimental. The other issue was that I would be landing on grass I > wrote that in the space also. Haven't heard from them otherwise. > > Darwin Jones > > -----Original Message----- > From: Klusmanp at aol.com <Klusmanp at aol.com> > To: acro at gf24.de <acro at gf24.de>; lancair.list at olsusa.com > <lancair.list at olsusa.com> > Date: Monday, July 15, 2002 7:34 PM > Subject: [Acro] Does Falcon insure experimental aircraft? > > > >>Just got some paperwork from Falcon insurance company today for a policy on >>an experimental Pitts S-1. They have a statement on the application "no >>coverage in flight unless a standard airworthiness certificate is in full >>force and effect". >> >>In my communications with Falcon I had indicated that the plane was >>experimental but I'm wondering if that information did not make it to the >>underwriter. >> >>Does anyone out there have an experimental insured through Falcon > > insurance? > >>Thanks, >>Paul Klusman >> >> > > > > >