Covid-19 and aviation insurance: the operational impact on aviation and the recovery process

Friday, 12 June 2020
9:30 am – 10:30 am
    • Paul Woodley ACII, Partner, HFW
    • Ed Spencer, Partner, HFW
    • James Jordan, Senior Associate, HFW
  • Webinar

In this IIL aviation webinar, Ed Spencer, Paul Woodley and James Jordan will talk about the current operational issues impacting the aviation sector as a result of Covid-19 and will consider the impact this will have on the insurance industry with a view to assessing what the future of aviation might look like in a post-Covid-19 world.

The HFW team will take a look at the key operational issues which are impacting the industry as a result of Covid-19 and how this will impact the assessment of risk and future claims handling. This will include analysis of the following areas:

  • Reduction in fleet size and aircraft grounding
  • Ongoing maintenance obligations and asset preservation
  • Staff and labour shortages
  • Change from passengers to cargo operations
  • Business Continuity Planning

At the core of all the points discussed by HFW will be the impact Covid-19 is having on the insurance industry and how insurers should adapt in assessing the new and ever-changing risk landscape presented by the crisis.

By the end of this webinar members would have gained an insight into:

  • The operational issues impacting the aviation industry as a result of Covid-19
  • How these risks should be mitigated so as to reduce exposure to claims and what insurance professional can do to facilitate this
  • What the future of aviation may look like after Covid-19 and how this will impact the insurance sector

This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. Please familiarise yourself with their T&C's and Privacy Statement.

We have increased the number of places for this webinar to 500, which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please note that this is likely to result in a limited Q&A session at the end.

Contact:

Please contact Patricia Pedraza with any queries regarding this event.

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