Small single and twin engine piston driven aircraft. These types of aircraft typically provide the private owner the ability to travel for leisure. The insurance company has a stake in you the pilot operating your aircraft safely. Depending on the complexity and speed of the aircraft some time in type of aircraft restrictions may be found in the policy. Most pilots start their flying careers in these types of aircraft and may often time fly aircraft that they don’t own. To be covered in these types of situations ask about a non-owned aircraft insurance policy. You don’t want to have an incident while learning to fly that leaves you legally liable to pay large sums of money.