Got my Sierra insurance with Avemco (at the time) with less than 200 hrs
VFR, Private ticket, in a Katana, with the requirement being 20 hrs
instructor time...no big deal it seemed.

Ed Fitchett
C-GBTC

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From: "Norris" <norris@integraonline.com>
To: <musketeermail@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 2:51 PM
Subject: [inbox] [musketeermail] Sierra Insurance


> Hi! Gang - In answer to Cloyd's comments about the requirement to have an
instrument ticket to obtain insurance for the Sierra, we currently have
several non instrument pilots insured in Sierras. It is true that not all
companies have the ability to provide coverage in a high performance
retractable aircraft to a non instrument pilot. However, there are
companies with whom we deal who will do so. Thanks, Norris Hibbler,
Insurance Guy
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