Insurance claims from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 expected to be small

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A new analysis by Standard & Poor’s has shown that insurers and reinsurers will find losses manageable. Standard & Poor’s Corp. has now issued the results of an analysis regarding the insurance claims that are expected to arise from the loss of flight 370 of Malaysia Airlines, and they have stated that they will more than likely be manageable for both insurers and reinsurers. They have predicted that the disappearance of the plane will generate insured losses of $250 million to $450 million. The final total regarding these insurance claims…

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Airline insurance for Malaysian Airline could be affected by hurt reputation

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The missing Flight 370 aircraft may lead to serious struggles in the struggling carrier’s future. When it comes to airline insurance on a broad scale, the costs have been steadily dropping over the years as problems have become decreasingly common and crashes of any major sort have simply not been happening. Malaysian Airline System could be facing its own coverage issues following the disappearance of its plane. Flight 370 was carrying 239 people when it disappeared along its path from Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, to Beijing China. This type of situation,…

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