HCC Insurance Holdings - Aviation

Aviation

Aviation was the first line of insurance provided by HCC. Since 1974 the company is one of the top five underwriters in the U.S. in general aviation, a category which includes many types of aircraft from helicopters to homemade private plans, corporate jets, and antique "warbirds". The company's insurance for aviation includes hull, liability, spares, cargo, and war, as well as many unique coverages. Altogether, HCC Aviation insures approximately 45,000 aircraft in the United States and more than 60 countries worldwide. Almost all the company's aviation insurance is written on three of the corporation's insurance companies: Houston Casualty Company, US Specialty Insurance Company, and Avemco Insurance Company.

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