Provide the year the aircraft was manufactured.
The aircraft manufacturer or its one-to-two letter abbreviation for the manufacturer.
The complete model designator listed on the aircraft data plate.
N-Numbers consist of a series of alphanumeric characters. U.S. registration numbers may not exceed five characters in addition to the standard U.S. registration prefix letter N. These characters may be:
- one to five numbers (N12345)
- one to four numbers and one suffix letter (N1234Z)
- one to three numbers and two suffix letters (N123AZ)
If the aircraft is not registered in the U.S., enter the country register number.
To avoid confusion with the numbers one and zero, the letters I and O may not be used.
The unique number assigned by the manufacturer/builder.
Engine make or type installed on the aircraft, or abbreviation for the engine manufacturer (Lycoming, Continental, Garrett etc.).
Specify number of seats of the aircraft. Enter only the total passenger seats.
Specify number of seats of the crew.
The maximum authorized weight of the aircraft and all of its equipment.
Insert horsepower or thrust of aircraft.
Specify the number of engines of the aircraft, single, twin or more engines.
US Pol. No.
Insert your current policy number and the name of the Insurance Carrier.
Specify the name of the registered owner. The registered owner will also be listed as an additional insured.
Name registered owner as an additional insured.
Let us know if in addition of the Insured you will like to have the registered owner as an additional insured.