Flying with a Mentor PilotFlying with a mentor pilot will positively affect your coverage and your premium!
Approval for unrestricted single-pilot operations is based on an individual underwriting review of each account. Assuming an account meets the criteria to make it an acceptable single-pilot risk, an additional premium of approximately 35 percent may be charged and the pilot will often be required to maintain a “Pro-card”-recognition of the highest standards of proficiency-in the make and model from an appropriate training facility like P3air.
Very Low Time
- Total Time (100% = 1000 hours) 20%
- High Performance 5%
- Complex 5%
- Multi Engine 2%
- Total Time (100% = 1000 hours) 25%
- High Performance 10%
- Complex 10%
- Multi Engine 10%
- Total Time (100% = 1000 hours) 80%
- High Performance 35%
- Complex 25%
- Multi Engine 20%
For an owner who plans to fly his personal turboprop as a single pilot, insurance companies may only write $5 million to $10 million policy. When training under a mentor pilot, the cap is generally $25 million to $50 million.Mike Sanders - Underwriter
William Pass is an insurance approved and recommended Mentor Pilot – worldwide
William Pass and his pilots are qualified training captains and mentor pilots. With a flight experience of more than 150 years in aviation all together, thousands of hours in King Airs and turboprops, you not only gain experience in your new aircraft, but also the confidence that comes from honing your skills with right-seat veterans at your side.
With full access to appropriate flight simulator, not only can we prepare you for your first, required initial training course, we actually can sign you off.
With our dedicated guidance as your mentor pilot, coupled with my expertise in Garmin G1000/530/430, Avidyne, and other advanced avionics, we can help you to make the most of this valuable experience.