Aircraft Builders Council

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The Aircraft Builders Council (ABC) was founded in 1955 at a time when aviation products liability coverage was in its infancy and not readily available on the open markets. A group of aviation manufacturing companies, brokers and insurers developed a products liability insurance facility for the benefit of manufacturers in the aviation industry.[1] The Aircraft Builders Council conducts a conference each year.[2]

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  1. ^ "Aircraft Builders Council". www.aircraftbuilders.com. 
  2. ^ "Aircraft Builders Council". www.aircraftbuilders.com. 

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