There are various types of aircraft that can be covered by aviation insurance. These include corporate aircraft, which are used for business purposes, as well as experimental aircraft used for research and development. Agricultural aircraft, such as crop dusters, can also be covered. Gliders, rotor-wing aircraft, and microlights are other examples of aircraft that can be insured. Non-type certified aircraft, which are not certified by the FAA, can also be covered. Additionally, drone insurance is becoming increasingly important as the use of drones for commercial and private purposes continues to grow. Charter operators, private owners, and recreational flyers can all benefit from aviation insurance coverage to protect against potential risks and liabilities.