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My insurance agent told me that most of their companies are dropping coverage for pilots 75 and older and that only two companies bid on a policy. I have no accidents or incidents and fly a modern fixed gear aircraft with one of the industry's best safety ratings. The rate has doubled. It would be nice to find a lower rate but I am even more concerned about getting dropped next year or the year after that even though I have no medical issues.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

It appears from the July 1, 2020 "Back To Basics"  that I will never fly again.  I had a stent placed in 2002, but in the 2 years following the procedure I got free of all medications and activity restrictions through changes to diet and exercise.  I've had no problems in two recent trips to the Himalayas involving moderate activity at altitude, nor do I have any cardio-pulmonary restrictions in my daily life.  But reading that article seems to be saying I will have to undergo ...

Wayne Cole posted new forum topic
Jul '20

It appears from the July 1, 2020 "Back To Basics"  that I will never fly again.  I had a stent placed in 2002, but in the 2 years following the procedure I got free of all medications and activity restrictions through changes to diet and exercise.  I've had no problems in two recent trips to the Himalayas involving moderate activity at altitude, nor do I have any cardio-pulmonary restrictions in my daily life.  But reading that article seems to be saying I will have to undergo ...