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ACC puts substantial liability policy in place
Quite separate from operator's insurance, ACC's NOL insurance policy further strengthens its service offering, providing much-needed peace of mind during this period of uncertainty in the aviation market.

ACC Aviation Group has secured a US$100 million Non-Owned Third Party Legal Liability (NOL) policy, covering aircraft charter and wet leasing business undertaken by the company.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the global business community, ACC has continued working with airline suppliers to support its clients worldwide, repatriating displaced nationals and keeping critical supplies and equipment moving.

The NOL policy further strengthens ACC's service offering, providing much-needed peace of mind during this period of uncertainty in the aviation market.

ACC's director of charter, Richard Smith, comments: “The decision to provide this enhanced coverage for our clients reinforces our commitment to its growing customer base. With the future of air travel post-crisis still very much in flux, we expect to see the benefits of aircraft charter for business and leisure drive a rise in demand for private, bespoke travel solutions, once restrictions begin to lift.

“This policy stands separate from operators' insurance, providing additional protection and peace of mind to our clients. We are delighted to add this policy to our service offering, complementing the exceptional standards of quality and service that our aircraft charter offering is known for.”

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