Unlike the insurance industry as a whole, the first aviation insurance policy was written in 1911, which makes it relatively young at just over 100 years old. The marketplace has experienced significant growth with the addition of new insurance companies writing aircraft liability and hull coverage. Logically, safety considerations continue to be of utmost importance when negotiating aviation insurance terms and conditions. There are a number of variables to consider when purchasing aviation insurance, but rates are most impacted by total flying hours, pilot certificates, where you keep your aircraft, claims history, as well as on going formal training. TriMountain can help you purchase the right aviation coverage.