A Niche within a Niche -
Owners of high-performance aircraft demand specialized training to operate safely. Likewise, insurance brokers must have superior knowledge of the aviation industry and aviation insurance to properly arrange coverage that will satisfy the underwriters and promote their acceptance of the training and ability to operate high performance aircraft.
A complete "risk" portrait consists of the aircraft, its intended use, the qualifications of its pilots, and any special circumstances that may affect the safe operation of the aircraft. Understanding the actual level of risk involved enables CS&A to build a plan that allows owners and operators to fly safely while being insured at the best price.
Securing the proper insurance coverage for an aircraft depends on much more than simply faxing a quote request to every possible underwriter. Aviation insurance underwriters can receive hundreds of quote requests each week. It is impossible to review each submission, so in many cases, it's easiest to just say "No." CS&A works with its clients to create a pilot transition and aircraft operation plan that will work for both the client and the insurance underwriter.
The service staff at CS&A uses their in-depth knowledge of aircraft and their relationships within the aviation community to help the owner and operator transition into the kind of aircraft he wants to fly, whether for business or for pleasure.