- Nov 25, 2017
- Clermont, NY
- Magni M16
- Total Flight Time
You may think it's clear, but if I don't, I imagine I am not the only one.Simply pointing out that our insurance views a certificated pilot differently than a student pilot for insurance rates. I think the rest of the thread is fairly clear on my thoughts.
You say, "I'm currently training one of my partners in my Piper Cherokee. We're hoping to complete his training before our annual insurance renewals comes due because it will lower our annual rate significantly. The difference is he will [have] completed ALL the elements of his training and demonstrated proficiency to the FAA at that point in time."
Are you a partner with the person on ownership of the airplane? In business? You don't really say.
You seem to imply (but don't say) that he's a student pilot. Are you then saying you are training him in hopes that he will become a private pilot before your (joint?) policy expires, in order that you can pay a lower premium??
So wIll it be an actual FAA examiner giving him his checkride after you sign him off to take one?