There's no doubt about it - if you want to be a pilot you have to be committed to the cause. There will be a commitment of time, of concentration, and, of course, there will be a financial commitment. You either have to purchase or rent a plane, and fuel itself is somewhat of a major consideration. There is one other cost, however, that is often not factored in when one contemplates getting their pilot's license: Aviation Insurance!

“We understand, and try to make sure that others do as well, that insurance is not a necessary evil,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas shared, “but rather the way in which you can protect your assets and have piece of mind.”

When it comes to Aviation Insurance, two types that most often come to mind are hull and liability. Both, of course, would come into play if a crash takes place. And, virtually everyone agrees that loss of control in flight (LOC-I) is the major reason for aircraft accidents.

“One of the major ways to minimize the chance of LOC-I,” TURBINE TRAINING’s Vice President, Jason Wolcott, pointed out, “is through Proper, including Recurrent, Training. That’s why,” he continued, “that one of the best ways to lower your Aviation Insurance Premiums is to provide your Insurer with proof of training.”

Aviation Insurance has a much wider scope than just coverage for a pilot. In fact, depending upon you association with flying, Aviation Insurance might be an important consideration for you. The areas that fall under the “umbrella” of Aviation Insurance include, but are not limited to:

  • Private GA Aircraft
  • Air Taxis/Charter Services
  • Gliding & Soaring
  • Vintage Aircraft & Warplanes
  • Crop Spraying
  • Ground Service Providers
  • Clubs & Flying Schools

When it comes to AVIATION INSURANCE IN 2015 AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING, those at the TURBINE TRAINING CENTER understand the importance of ensuring that you have the proper coverage - both in type and in amount! As one of the leading cessna training centers in the country, they feature both Initial and Recurrent Training for Cessna Caravan, Cessna 208 training; King Air 90 Training, King Air 200 Training and King Air 300 Training. If you have any questions about the process for receiving TRAINING, contact TURBINE TRAINING at 1-866-335-1224 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Wolcotts and their staff would be happy to assist you in your quest for Initial Training or Recurrent Training regarding Turbine Engines - and will give you the opportunity of being on the cutting edge of training by using their simulators.

(To learn more about this topic check out "Aviation Insurance" and "General Aviation Insurance")