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What if my flight crosses International borders?
What if my flight crosses International borders?

Where am I covered for my Commercial Drone Operation?

Written by DroneInsurance Team
Updated over a week ago

Our coverage is worldwide, with a few exceptions. If you're planning to fly outside of the continental U.S. you can check the list of places that are excluded from coverage below. Just remember, you must abide by the terms and conditions of your policy, and the rules set forth by the regulatory or governmental body that controls the airspace where you're flying.     

 Your operations Worldwide subject to the following:

  1.   Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary and subject to clauses 2 and 3 below, this Policy excludes any loss, damage or expense howsoever occurring within the geographical limits of any of the following countries and regions: 

(a) Algeria, Burundi, Far North Region of Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Somalia, The Republic of Sudan, South Sudan. 

(b) Colombia, Peru. 

(c) Afghanistan, Jammu & Kashmir, North Korea, Pakistan. 

(d) Abkhazia, Donetsk & Lugansk regions of Ukraine, Nagorno-Karabakh, North Caucasian Federal District, South Ossetia. 

(e) Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, North Sinai Province of Egypt (including Taba International Airport), Syria, Yemen.

(f) Any country where the operation of the insured Aircraft is in breach of United Nations sanctions. 

   2. However coverage pursuant to this Policy is granted: 

(a) for the overflight of any excluded country where the flight is within an internationally recognised air corridor and is performed in accordance with I.C.A.O. recommendations; or 

(b) in circumstances where an insured Aircraft has landed in an excluded country as a direct consequence and exclusively as a result of Force Majeure. 

   3. Any excluded country may be covered by underwriters at terms to be agreed by Us prior to flight. 

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