Tag Archives: airlines

The Future of Air Travel: Two Stories of Where and How

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Predicting the growth of commercial passenger air travel is a tale of two skies: one over the developing world, the other over the developed. Developing World: Strong Growth In the developing world, air travel is taking off , literally and … Continue reading →

Benign Aviation Market Makes for Happy Buyers

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The airline insurance market is as stable as people can ever remember. Abundant capacity, low loss levels and minimum exposure growth means that it remains a buyers market. We reported all this recently in our latest Airline Market Update. Continue reading →

Aerospace Insurance Remains a Buyers’ Market

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As the latest Willis Aerospace Aviation Products Market Review reveals, the Aerospace market remains a buyers’ market in every sector. Continue reading →

Video: Safety Record of U.S. Airlines Not Adequately Reflected in Insurance Pricing

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The wave of consolidation in the U.S. airline industry, has meant fewer clients being chased by the same number of insurance markets—although this is not necessarily translating into better deals from insurers, despite the outstanding safety record of U.S. airlines. Continue reading →

2011 Airline Claims set to be Lowest on Record

As 2011 draws to a close it will, barring a major catastrophe in the next 10 days, be one of the best years on record in terms of airline claims. Continue reading →

Airline Loss Levels at Six-Year Low

Investments in safety, new aircraft and technology have resulted in airline loss levels being at a six-year low, says Willis Steve Doyle in this video interview. Continue reading →

The “Dream” of Air Travel

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The delivery of the first Boeing 787 to All Nippon Airways makes this week a good time to reflect on how the aviation industry has and continues to develop. Continue reading →