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Joined up thinking brings Aircare benefits to Starr customers
Starr customers will be able to take advantage of preferred pricing on Aircare's training and services, helping pilots and flight departments better mitigate medical risks that can trigger inflight crises.

Medical, safety and emergency-related training, services and products provider Aircare International has partnered with Starr Aviation Insurance to give Starr clients access to preferred pricing on Aircare FACTS Training one day pilot courses and on Aircare Access Assistance, its inflight telemedicine and medical kit management programme.

"Starr recognised that the services Aircare International provides pilots and flight departments greatly enhance their ability to prepare for and mitigate the medical risks that can trigger a potentially catastrophic inflight crisis," says SVP and chief underwriter Kyle Sparks. "That's why we selected Aircare as a critical member of the Starr Safety Partnership."

Starr Insurance Companies is a worldwide leader in aviation insurance solutions, tailored to meet the unique needs of the aviation and aerospace industry. This partnership with Aircare is the latest business aviation initiative by Starr, an insurer that traces its roots back more than 100 years.

"This new programme ushers in an opportunity for the mutual benefit of all stakeholders," adds Aircare International CEO Jeff Roberts. "Especially those Starr Aviation customers who will be able to take advantage of preferred pricing on Aircare's training and services. Programmes like this allow Aircare to continue to provide unparalleled service to our customers as we continue to strengthen the cultures of safety within the industry."

Customers will need to notify Aircare of their Starr client status in order to take advantage of preferred rates.

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