The $100mn liability policy of Reno Air Races, the organisers of an air show where 11 people died earlier this month when a vintage fighter plane crashed into spectators, was partially placed in the Lloyd's market, according to sister title InsideFAC.
US Specialty Insurance and Starnet Insurance are on the Air Capital Insurance-placed slip, in addition to "certain Lloyd's underwriters".
A second Chartis Aerospace-led property and liability cover purchased by the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is also potentially exposed to...
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