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Jon Doolottle

Jon Doolottle
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Jon holds a BA from Trinity College and an MBA in Finance from New York University and the University of Connecticut. Jon also holds the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Aviation Insurance Professional (CAIP) designations. Jon started refueling airplanes while he was in college to pay for his flying lessons. He worked as a flight instructor and charter pilot, and later as a dispatcher for a regional airline. Jon spent 5 years in New York City as an underwriter for USAIG, where he handled commercial and corporate aviation accounts. He started the company in 1986 with one other person in a spare bedroom. Jon is a current CFII and an FAA Aviation Safety Counselor. He presents insurance and safety-related seminars on behalf of the FAA and other groups. He is also a contributor to several aviation publications including “The Aviation Consumer” and “Twin & Turbine” magazine.

Insurance for Homebuilts: Planning 101

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Choosing the right model for your skill level and one that’s well-supported is the first step in dealing with a hardened insurance climate.

In Case You Missed it

Archive: February 2009

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Our February 2009 issue was assembled near the end of 2008 and had yet...

Expansion Team

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For RV-12 owners looking for an alternative engine option, Jabiru offers a worthy contender. By Marc Cook.

Kit Stuff

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All About Avionics

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Todays homebuilt aircraft avionics packages often incorporate a number of boxes behind the panel, all requiring a particular type of wiring to go with them (not to mention all the other power draws such as lights, flap motors, etc.). Its advisable, then, to consider the length and nature of the wiring to be included in your project from the moment you start building. Avionics techno Stein Bruch explains the how and why of managing the wiring requirements for your aircraft.