sorry for the delay in this post. I am in the process of moving and
haven't had the time to check in.

The reason that many underwriters shy away from placing a non-ifr
rated pilot in a Sierra is the number of seats. Some underwriters
classify/rate Sierras as 6 place aircraft, regardless of the actual
number of seats installed (or if it even has the capacity to install
the 5-6 seats).

This is the reason that the underwriters would like to see an
instrument rated pilot in the a/c (as with all other 6 seat a/c
including the Super and the piper pa32 series).

Some underwriters will write a non-ifr pilot in the a/c but would
require more yours (total time) prior to doing so.

There is one high-risk carrier that would write a low timer in the
a/c but be prepared to pay out the ying yang (official term used to
denote the ratio of less available funds and increase in heat from
spousal unit).

Ray S.

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