You spend months reading every article you can get your hands on about a number of different airplanes you’re considering building. You check out aircraft kit manufacturers and you take a few demo flights. Finally you make your decision, pull the trigger and order your airplane kit. After many hours of hard work, your airplane is finished and signed off — and now you start to look into insurance. According to a post at EAA.org by Bob Mackey, a representative for the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan, you may live to regret making insurance one of your last considerations when deciding on your project. Find out why here.
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Janice Wood is editor of General Aviation News.
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