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The airline insurance market is in line for another $2 billion-plus in claims in 2010, the third time in four years, according to an insurance broker’s report.

In its January 2011 report, Chicago-based insurance broker Aon said while final figures are yet to be tallied, according to its figures, overall losses for 2010, including minor losses, come to $2.1 billion—high, but not as high as 2009 when losses came in at $2.34 billion.

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