Bob Mackey, Vice President of Falcon Insurance Agency (the official insurance agency for the EAA's Aircraft Insurance Plan), has graciously agreed to moderate this forum and answer your aircraft insurance questions. Thanks Bob!
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I'm getting a plane as a student pilot and prior to the quote I received for Aerospace Insurance Managers, Starr was the only company willing to insure me. The plane is an E-LSA Zenith CH601. I received the quote last night from Aerospace Insurance Managers and it's less than 1/3 the cost from Starr. It dos have a $2,500 in motion deductible but I don't see how that could account for such an extreme difference in price. Keeping in mind you get what you pay for etc, I'm just wondering if this is a legit company.
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