Tag Archives: aviation risk

Insurance, behavior and reputation: What happens when aviation meets insurance

airplane landing

While insurance and risk reduction are almost always worth the investment, there is no silver bullet. Effective risk management requires an altogether deeper understanding of the risk, based on data and observation. Continue reading →

Three issues powering aviation security to the top of the agenda

It is imperative that government and industry build strong partnerships and governments around the world work together to mitigate the terrorist threat to aviation. Continue reading →

A helicopter view of airport risk

Airports are tempting targets for terrorists. The combination of high population densities, commercial aircraft from all over the globe and a symbol of national prestige require special risk controls. Continue reading →

4 key geopolitical risks likely to affect aviation industry this year

Woman holding some documents in her left hand while using he right hand to touch a graph on a giant touch screen

The key to understanding and mitigating geopolitical risks is a holistic view of the risk landscape. By analyzing operating contexts through multiple lenses – such as people, business resilience, investment, cyber, reputation, and climate and environment – a whole spectrum of interrelated risks become visible. Continue reading →

Doors-off helicopter tours: Four things every operator should think about

Pilot standing in front of an open helicopter door while another man faces a woman who is climbing out of the helicopter

Do it for the ‘gram. That’s the world’s mantra these days: living for the Instagram photo instead of the experience itself. But now that pictures are seemingly worth a thousand likes, how far will people go to capture that double-tap-worthy … Continue reading →