Welcome to TarboxOnline, this site was created to help the aviation fuel supply industry in managing Tarbox agreements. The website is accessible to any company that participates in a Tarbox agreement or plans to become a party to a Tarbox agreement. www.tarboxonline.com is managed by the JIG as the current secretariat of Tarbox. The JIG has been appointed Tarbox secretariat. This role is purely administrative, with all substantive issues dealt with by the Tarbox Legal Committee. The Tarbox secretariat provides access to the Tarbox master agreements via this website and will keep an updated list of the signatories of the central agreements. The Warsaw Convention was signed in 1929. The agreement was an agreement setting the conditions, conditions and limits of responsibility for air travel; It was the first recognition of the aviation industry as we know it today. [Citation required] CSL coverage combines public liability and liability insurance into a single coverage with a single total limit by accident. This type of coverage offers more flexibility in paying liability claims, especially when passengers are injured, but little damage is done to third-party property on the ground.  Click on this link to see a brief history of Tarbox. The use of the concept of “hull” insurance for the insured aircraft reveals the origins of aviation insurance in marine insurance. Most hull insurance includes a deductible to avoid minor or troublesome claims.
This coverage is similar to ground risk insurance, which is not in motion, but provides coverage while the aircraft is taxiing, but not on take-off or landing. Normally, the cover ceases at the beginning of the take-off roll and is not in effect until the aircraft has completed its subsequent landing. Due to disputes between aircraft owners and insurance companies over whether the accident aircraft was taxiing or attempting to take off, this type of coverage was interrupted by many insurance companies.  . Access to this site is password protected and to request your login and password, please complete the information and send it as requested here. Recognising that there should be a specialized industrial sector, the International Association of Maritime Insurance Companies (IUMI) first established an aviation committee and in 1934 established the International Union of Aviation Insurers (IUAI), which consists of eight European aviation insurance companies and pools.  The first aviation policies were signed by the insurance group.  In 1924 the first specialized aviation insurers were born.  This coverage, often referred to as third-party liability, covers aircraft owners for damage to third-party property caused by their aircraft, such as homes, cars, crops, airport facilities and other aircraft affected in a collision.