Spotlight - climate change: Aviation, carbon neutrality and the potential impact on the insurance market
Post’s climate change survey ranked aviation as the most significant industry that contributed to lowering carbon emissions during lockdown. This spotlight focuses on the link between climate change, aviation and carbon neutrality as well as the potential impact on the insurance market.
As the aviation sector looks to green shoots of recovery, Dzung Nguyen-Tu, Global Chief Underwriting Officer – Aviation and Space at AXA XL discusses how insurance can enable the industry to keep passengers flying.
This report examines global developments in corporate insurance claims, highlighting the top causes of loss, and other trends. It also examines a number of industry-specific trends that will impact the claims landscape in future.
From supplying support equipment to refuelling and de-icing operations to managing fuel storage facilities to hangars, fixed base operators provide vital support that keep airports operational. This article highlights the environmental risks facing FBOs and how FBOs can mitigate risk exposures.
With consistent increases in passenger traffic and aging fleets, Mexico's general aviation sector is poised for growth. Designed for brokers, this article highlights XL Catlin’s aviation coverage and risk appetite.
How well-equipped is the UK insurance market for the predicted upsurge in drone ownership and usage over the next few years? To find out, Post in conjunction with lawyers Kennedys surveyed the UK insurance market to uncover how the industry plans to tackle the risks and opportunities presented.
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “drones” are quickly changing the way construction companies operate, and offer solutions to complex construction and safety challenges. This article explores UAS applications for the drilling industry, risk management considerations and available insurance options.
Some 15 years on from the catastrophic events of 9/11, Post examines whether the travel insurance market has kept up with the changing nature of international terrorism and whether insurers are doing enough to protect travellers going abroad.
The airspace above our cities could be the roadway of the future, but what will insurance look like in times to come? And what kind of policy would cover flying taxi cabs – motor or aviation? Post's article investigates.
Given the rapid increase in the volume of drones in use and an eight-fold rise in near-misses with other airspace uses, this CII Thinkpiece focuses on the risks presented by drones, regulatory developments and the types of drones available for leisure, commercial and military purposes.