The following may be required and copies provided to Brunswick Air prior to the execution of a rental agreement or for currency flight training:
Proof of Citizenship. The TSA requires either an original Birth Certificate or a Valid Passport be provided prior to any training which might result in a Certificate and/or additional rating.
Brunswick Air Inc. is a TSA approved school for alien candidates seeking primary training.
Federal Air Regulations
Brunswick Air renters must comply with all Federal Aviation Regulations, state laws and the policies and rules of Brunswick Air Inc.
Violations to either Brunswick Air policy or the FAR's will result in the loss of rental privileges.
Aircraft Check Out
Pilots who rent Brunswick Air Inc. aircraft must pass an initial check ride with a company instructor in each make and model of aircraft they wish to have rental privileges.
Also they must be properly endorsed and current in the particular class of aircraft for the type of operation intended.
Standard aircraft checkouts are for Day VFR operations. Customers may be asked to validate currency before company release aircraft for Night or IFR operations.
Low time private pilots with little recent experience will be required to take a recurrent check ride every 90 - 120 days.
High time and/or very current pilots check outs will be at the discretion of management.
Aircraft Rental Agreement The renting pilot is responsible for the safe and conscientious operation of the aircraft until it is returned and securely tied down at Cape Fear Regional Jetport.
The company's Aircraft Rental Terms & Conditions agreement must be read, acknowledged and signed by the renter prior to any aircraft rental. A copy is available under the forms tab.
Renters will be asked to read, acknowledge and sign a Company Hold Harmless Agreement. The company shall retain a copy on file. Obtain a copy from the link on the Forms/Doc page.
Renters must have non-owner/renters insurance prior to aircraft rental. This is a new requirement as of mid-August 2016.
We require a minimum of $50,000 liability and $20,000 aircraft damage.
There are independent insurance companies (check with AOPA if your a member) to help protect yourself in a situation where you may be found negligent or responsible for damages. A commercial use insurance policy is designed to protect the Company, not the Renter.