Print out policy endorsement and keep with your aircraft insurance policy.
If the National Weather Service issues a hurricane watch or warning for the area where your aircraft is principally based, we will share equally in the reasonable costs which you incur during your policy period to protect your aircraft from physical damage, caused by tidal surge or hurricane force winds, by relocating your aircraft to an airport which is at least 100 miles distant from your principal base and, which is not under a National Weather Service hurricane watch or warning.
This coverage includes hiring a person, not employed by you as a full-time employee, who meets the requirements of Item 7 of your Coverage Identification Page—Approved Pilots and Additional Approved Uses.
For aircraft with an Agreed Value of $150,000 or more, the most we will pay for each such aircraft in any one occurrence is $500, subject to a maximum of $1,000 total for each such aircraft in any one policy period.
For aircraft with an Agreed Value under $150,000, the most we will pay for each such aircraft in any one occurrence is $250, subject to a maximum of $500 total for each such aircraft in any one policy period.
The policy deductible, if any, does not apply to this coverage. All incurred expenses must be appropriately receipted and documented and forwarded to us for reimbursement.
This coverage is effective September 10, 1999, and attaches only to Aircraft Insurance Policies in effect on that date, issued by Great American Insurance Companies.
For more information, contact Dave Carney at the AOPA Insurance Agency, telephone 800/622-AOPA (2672).
September 14, 1999