An airport’s insurance program is just one component of its overall risk management program. An insurance program can be quite complex, addressing types of coverage, limits, retention amounts, and legal and contractual issues, among other factors.
The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 248: Airport Insurance Requirements provides best practices for airports developing an insurance program, including requirements for contracts with third parties doing business at the airport.
Supplemental to the report are a Brochure and Insurance Coverage Templates.
National Research Council. 2023. Airport Insurance Requirements. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26908.
|Chapter 1 - Purpose of This Guide||1-6|
|Chapter 2 - Risks Faced by Airports||7-31|
|Chapter 3 - Airport Risk Management Practices||32-46|
|Chapter 4 - Third-Party/Vendor Insurance Requirements||47-58|
|Appendix A - Annotated List of Literature on Airport Insurance and Risk||64-74|
|Appendix B - Minimum Airport Insurance Requirements and Standards||75-75|
|Appendix C - Insurance Coverage Templates||76-82|
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