Airport Owners and Operators Liability Insurance Policy

Overview

This Insurance protects the Airport Owners / Operators against legal liabilities

(a) for bodily injury including death at any time resulting therefrom
(b) for loss of or damage to property of others caused by accident occurring during the period mentioned in the Schedule arising out of maintenance and operations of Airport and connecting facilities.

Details of Coverage

Section 1

Bodily Injury or Property Damage

  • In or about the premises specified in the Schedule, as a direct result of the services granted by the Insured.
  • Elsewhere in the course of any work or of the performance of any duties carried out by the Insured or his employees in connection with the business or operations specified in the Schedule caused by the fault or negligence of the Insured or any of his employees engaged in the Insured's business or by any defect in the Insured's premises, ways, works, machinery or plant used in the Insured's business.

Section 2

Loss of or damage to aircraft or aircraft equipment, not owned, rented or leased by the Insured, whilst on the ground in the care, custody or control of or whilst being serviced, handled or maintained by the Insured or any servant of the Insured.

Section 3

Bodily Injury or property damage arising out of the possession, use, consumption or handling of any goods or products manufactured, constructed, altered, repaired, serviced, treated, sold, supplied or distributed by the Insured or his employees, but only in respect of such goods or products which form part of or are used in conjunction with aircraft, and then only after such goods or products have ceased to be in the possession or under the control of the Insured.

Payment of Costs

In addition to the limits set out in the Schedule, insurers will pay all legal and other costs incurred with their consent in the defence of any claim made against the Insured, provided that in the event of their requiring any claim to be contested up to the sum insured under this policy.