Aircraft Insurance: Is training use covered?
'Ab-initio Instruction' means use of the Aircraft for flight training of a pilot for the purpose of their obtaining a licence necessary to command an aircraft. Cover for such use can be added to your aircraft insurance by selecting the ab-initio use option on the aircraft page of the quote.
'Advanced Instruction' means use of the Aircraft for flight training of a pilot for a purpose other than their obtaining a licence necessary to command an aircraft. This would include activity such as instruction to gain a rating or conversion training. Cover for advanced training is also available as an option under our aviation insurance at no extra cost. Any appropriately qualified instructor providing continuation and/or advanced training of any permitted pilot is automatically included as a permitted pilot for the duration of such training provision.
You can choose the types of use you need when you arrange your aircraft insurance, and you can change your cover at any time. Your Policy Schedule provides details of the use options you have selected while the Policy Booklet contains definitions for the use options available.
Existing policyholders can download copies of their Policy Booklet by following the guide described here. Alternatively, to download the latest Policy Booklet, please select one of the following: