UK’s general insurance intermediary organisation British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) has joined forced with drone insurance firm Coverdrone to launch new insurance scheme for commercial and recreational drones’ operators.
Coverdrone’s new scheme is intended to offer full access for BIBA members to their products. This also allows the members to provide niche insurance protection to their customers.
Fully compliant with the needs of aviation insurance, the new scheme comprises several features and meet both business and personal clients’ requirements.
BIBA technical services head Mike Hallam said: “Coverdrone provides a market leading solution for commercial and recreational drone operators, and these covers add another string to the bow of our members helping them find insurance for customers large or small.”
BIBA said that the Coverdrone’s offering also meet the need for small or large fleets of drones.
Coverdrone director Andrew Heath said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to offer our product to BIBA members. We have been BIBA members for many years and have found their scheme facilities vital when securing business.
“Service standards are at the forefront of our business, and we look forward to building lasting relationships with BIBA and their members.”
Coverdrone is engaged in offering fully comprehensive aviation insurance product for commercial and recreational operators of unmanned aircraft (drone).
Currently, the firm’s policy is available to pilots in EU, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.