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    Quote Originally Posted by raytoews View Post
    EAA insurance, liability only, $365 per yr. Just enough to keep the liayers at bay.
    Unless you want to insure an ultralight to keep the lawyers at bay.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by raytoews View Post
    EAA insurance, liability only, $365 per yr. Just enough to keep the liayers at bay.
    When you say "EAA insurance" do you mean Avemco? I got a quote from them for my 700 lb (empty) 2 seat E-AB 120 kt plane at $650. This included a $1M endorsement for the airport, and was only liability.
    Is there another company IN the EAA that insures? Or is your plane such that they insure it for less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyrgreen View Post
    When you say "EAA insurance" do you mean Avemco? I got a quote from them for my 700 lb (empty) 2 seat E-AB 120 kt plane at $650. This included a $1M endorsement for the airport, and was only liability.
    Is there another company IN the EAA that insures? Or is your plane such that they insure it for less?
    Falcon Insurance is the company that's been working with EAA. I got my Fly Baby insurance through them, $250 for liability.

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