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American Airlines needed to take aggressive action to resolve 6,000 lingering workers' compensation claims.
More lenient FAA regulations allow drone pilots to launch new businesses in the U.S.
Southwest’s Kristy Harris engages underwriters as she searches for creative solutions during a soft market.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions partners with two intrepid explorers to prove the mettle of solar power in flight.
Increased reliance on technology makes aviation safer, but increases the importance of cyber security.
Last year’s Germanwings disaster brought pilot mental health issues into the aviation spotlight.
As the nuisance potential of drones becomes increasingly apparent, a whole new market in anti-drone technology is springing up.
Aviation & Aerospace
The American Airlines and U.S. Airways merger meant integrating workers’ compensation programs for a massive workforce. The results are stellar.
Insurers see drones as a way to improve the service they provide to insureds.
Drones are creating public safety hazards, and there’s little that can be done.
Let's not fall all over ourselves introducing new insurance products when existing ones will do.
Capacity is lining up to cover drones, but a lack of historical data and useful regulation hamper the industry.
The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba is bound to open up opportunities.
The Germanwings disaster was chiefly a failure of misplaced trust, our columnist writes.
When technology fails, pilots might not have the manual experience to save the day.
The Germanwings tragedy reinforces the notion that employees must have unfettered access to mental health services.
Solutions considered in the wake of the Germanwings disaster shouldn't create more risks.
Drone risks include collisions with aircraft, invasion of privacy, aerial surveillance and data collection.