Aviation Insurance Clauses Group (AICG) 

The Aviation Insurance Clauses Group (AICG) was established in June 2005 by the Lloyd's Market Association and the International Underwriting Association of London. The AICG establishes non-binding standard wordings, clauses and variants for use in aviation insurance policies. Users are consulted on proposed clauses and can propose variant clauses themselves. This process has significantly increased transparency for air carriers.
Further details of the AICG, including minutes of the AICG meetings and sets of draft wordings and clauses issued by the Group since its inception, are available from the AICG website.

Wordings and Consultation Drafts

In February 2017 the IUAI reached agreement that the consultation drafts, and wordings circulated by the AICG, can be made available via the Union website.
IUAI Members will be notified when consultation drafts are circulated and when new wordings are released.
 

CD 50 Data Exclusion Clause

Following an approach from a market participant in late 2016, the AICG is assessing the treatment of cyber risks, particularly in relation to damage to tangible property and/or bodily injury. This work is ongoing, but on 29 September the AICG issued Consultation Draft 50 (CD 50), a draft clause, issued for market consultation, that deals with data.

A copy of the covering letter, and the consultation draft can be accessed below. Any comments or input on this draft should be submitted to Chris Jones, Secretary of the AICG by close of business on 29 October 2017.

2018 AGM


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