Airport Liability Coverage

Definition of "Airport liability coverage"

Michelle Riddick real estate agent

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TriStar Realty Inc

Insurance for owners and operators of private, municipal, or commercial airports, as well as fixed-base operators, against claims resulting from injuries to members of the general public or physical damage to the property of members of the general public, provided that these individuals are on the premises of the airport or its related facilities. The policy may include any or all of the following coverage's:

  1. premises and operations liability insurance;
  2. personal injury;
  3. premises medical payments insurance;
  4. contractual.
The policy can be tailored to meet the particular requirements of the insured.

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