Aviation insurance tends to be regarded as something that helps aircraft owners, operators and users deal with accidents or loss. But a London-based startup argues that its innovative approach to insuring drone flights is encouraging pilots to think more carefully about minimizing risk and thereby helping to create a safer airspace environment. The approach might even be applicable to manned aviation and help general and business aviation users reduce their costs while increasing the safety ...


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