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Where war risks cover is purchased as part of aircraft insurance, on what basis will liability coverage for war risks apply?

Where war risks cover is purchased as part of aircraft insurance, on what basis will liability coverage for war risks apply?

A – On an any one incident basis

B – On an aggregate basis for all incidents within a defined war zone

C – On an aggregate basis for all incidents within a defined geographical radius

D – On an aggregate basis for all aircraft insured under the policy


Answer:

D: Liability coverage for war risks will be on an aggregate basis for all aircraft insured under the policy. There may be a maximum that can be recovered in any one location.

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