CFI Insurance "Non-Commercial" use of aircraft

Raskolnikov

Well-Known Member
I'd like to get CFI insurance, but looking over the sample policy for AOPA's CFI insurance, it says that it only covers "non-commercial" use of the aircraft. In the policy definitions it states:

"Non-Commercial use means private pleasure and business use, excluding any use for hire, money or any form of reward or compensation. Being reimbursed for or sharing the direct expenses of a flight if the sum of these expenses does not result in a profit to you or anyone is not excluded."

So the way I read this, the AOPA CFI insurance only covers CFIs giving flight instruction for free, and in fact paying their pro-rata share of the expenses. This makes NO sense to me.

Any of you CFIs use AOPA? Anyone know of someone filing a claim and having problems?

Thanks!
 
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