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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 2. Aeronautics
- Chapter 40. Responsibilities of Air Carriers
- Section 10. Air Carrier Financial Responsibility.
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AS 02.40.010. Air Carrier Financial Responsibility.
- (a) A person who carries passengers or freight for commercial purposes intrastate in an aircraft shall procure and
maintain security in the following minimum amounts:
- (1) $150,000 per seat for bodily injury or death in a single occurrence; and
- (2) $100,000 for property damage in a single occurrence.
- (b) Evidence of security required under (a) of this section shall be filed with the department and must be
- (1) a policy or certificate of insurance issued by an insurer acceptable to the department;
- (2) a bond of a surety company licensed to write surety bonds in the state;
- (3) evidence accepted by the department, showing ability to self-insure; or
- (4) other security approved by the department.
- (c) The department may authorize department personnel to enforce this section and may adopt procedural regulations
necessary to implement this section. Upon finding a violation the department may issue a stop use order.
- (d) A policy of insurance, surety bond, or other form of security may not be canceled on less than 30 days' written notice
to the department. This requirement must be clearly stated in the policy or endorsement for an insurance policy
submitted as proof of financial responsibility under AS 02.40.020
(a)(1). The 30-day notice period is measured from the date on which the department receives notice.
- (e) A person who violates this section is guilty of a class A misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine of not less than
$1,000 or more than $5,000 for each day of violation but not to exceed $10,000 for each violation.
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