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Do any of you use SkyWatch online drone ins?
U can pay hourly, monthly, or yearly..
$500 a year
$60 a month
$10 an hour
I have my 107 and is there better ins. I should know about especially since I’m going to be flying commercially?
Thank u..
 
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Do any of you use SkyWatch online drone ins?
U can pay hourly, monthly, or yearly..
$500 a year
$60 a month
$10 an hour
I have my 107 and is there better ins. I should know about especially since I’m going to be flying commercially?
Thank u..

Moved to correct section.

Try using search....




There are many other threads on Insurance covering both hull and liability/commercial and recreational.
 
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Do any of you use SkyWatch online drone ins?
U can pay hourly, monthly, or yearly..
$500 a year
$60 a month
$10 an hour
I have my 107 and is there better ins. I should know about especially since I’m going to be flying commercially?
Thank u..
I realize this is from a few months ago, but I looked at the big 3 drone insurance providers (including Skywatch) earlier this year, along with a quote from my business insurance broker. My takeaway is that non-drone insurers are used to insuring airplanes and charge accordingly. In my opinion, anybody flying commercial operations in the US is better off with one of the big three drone-specific providers:
The annual quote for my fleet of 5 drones was $4500 from my business insurance provider (Chubb) and that's without hull insurance. I ended up getting the "fly anything, fly any time" policy from Skywatch for about $750/year.
 
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I realize this is from a few months ago, but I looked at the big 3 drone insurance providers (including Skywatch) earlier this year, along with a quote from my business insurance broker. My takeaway is that non-drone insurers are used to insuring airplanes and charge accordingly. In my opinion, anybody flying commercial operations in the US is better off with one of the big three drone-specific providers:
The annual quote for my fleet of 5 drones was $4500 from my business insurance provider (Chubb) and that's without hull insurance. I ended up getting the "fly anything, fly any time" policy from Skywatch for about $750/year.
Again, acknowledging this is a bit old news, but appreciate hearing you navigate this.

as someone who doesn’t fly that much (especially this year), Skywatch is a great solution!
 
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I have Skywatch 1MM with Hull Insurance. Paid 740 for the year with a discount, Thanksgiving day was flying a Phantom P4V2 in Akutan Alaska when I suffered a loss of connection and the drone decided to fly away vs come back to home point. Claim process was relatively simple and after a 280 deductible against the 2K coverage I was able to apply that amount towards my new drone and they say go big or go home. Hello Inspire 2, I'll be adding it as a replacement to my policy and heading back up to the Aleutian Islands next month.
 
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Akutan- interesting place. Haven't filmed there but have been out to Attu. Flew in on a Coast Guard C130. Otherworldly place. I guess many of the Aleutians are. Good luck with your I2.
 
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