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Old 05-15-2019, 05:46 AM   #1  
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Default Experienced MEI/CFII Atlanta area

I have access to a few different aircraft that I want to do my rotor transition training in but I am having a difficult time finding an experienced instructor that the insurance company will cover (2000tt 500me). If anyone has any leads for anyone around Atlanta that has the experience and availability it would be greatly appreciated!

The aircraft I have access to is a Geronimo, Cherokee, and a SR20. I need my instrument airplane and commercial multi personally. Thanks for any help.
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I have access to a few different aircraft that I want to do my rotor transition training in but I am having a difficult time finding an experienced instructor that the insurance company will cover (2000tt 500me).

The aircraft I have access to is a Geronimo, Cherokee, and a SR20. I need my instrument airplane and commercial multi personally. Thanks for any help.
What insurance is requiring 2000TT and 500ME for a MEI in a Geronimo?
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:26 AM   #3  
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What insurance is requiring 2000TT and 500ME for a MEI in a Geronimo?
I honestly do not know but that’s what the owner said was required to teach in the Geronimo. Those times are not dual given I do know that.
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