11/09/2015
A safety auditor was engaged by an oil & gas exploration company to conduct a routine operational safety audit of an air charter operator. The client was particularly interested in the safety performance of the operator’s two turbo-prop aircraft. On arrival at the operator’s base, the auditor was advised that one turboprop was undergoing routine maintenance at a maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) facility in Canada.

21/10/2013
A designer of light aircraft was asked by an aircraft builder to design a single turbo prop aircraft, which was to be used for an air ambulance service between small islands off a coastal area. The aircraft was designed and then built by aircraft manufacturers. 

21/10/2013
Underwriters instructed an aviation loss adjuster to investigate  and handle a claim arising from the loss to an aircraft. After  investigations, the loss adjuster concluded that the loss had  been caused by mechanical engine failure. 

21/04/2015
This article is part of The Wire: Aviation professional indemnity for Insurance Brokers, released in April 2015.

10/03/2015
An air charter broker received a request to act for a principal who was seeking to charter an aeroplane for a flight two days later from Scotland to Morocco. The broker reviewed the available options for the principal and recommended the use of a small business jet which would offer a short flight time and enhanced comfort. However, the principal wanted a cheaper alternative and the broker instead looked to source a small turbo-prop for the flight.

21/04/2015
This article is part of The Wire: Aviation professional indemnity for Insurance Brokers, released in April 2015.

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