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Here's a live query - I own a PA28-181 Archer II and operate it on a non-citizen trust in the Eastern Caribbean, primarily out of Barabdos.

During Covid I had the airplane in storage with my A&P on Guadeloupe for a year getting in back in late July of 2021.

When I went to insure it - the premium had doubled and they insisted on valuing it at half what it would cost to replace (it has 650 on a new engine, 4600 total time, new bare metal repaint, interior, glass and all external ...

Eric Butcher posted new forum topic
Oct '21

Here's a live query - I own a PA28-181 Archer II and operate it on a non-citizen trust in the Eastern Caribbean, primarily out of Barabdos.

During Covid I had the airplane in storage with my A&P on Guadeloupe for a year getting in back in late July of 2021.

When I went to insure it - the premium had doubled and they insisted on valuing it at half what it would cost to replace (it has 650 on a new engine, 4600 total time, new bare metal repaint, interior, glass and all external ...

Here's what I hope is a bit of misinformation.

I have had an FAA PPL for the past ten years or so. I do not live in the US and fly my own US registered airplane in the Eastern Caribbean.

After the great COVID medical and flight review disaster, I have now found a way to get my medical on one of the islands in the region (easier and safer than visiting the US pre-vaccine).

Now here is the odd thing - I have flown for the past ten years with an FAA Class 3 medical - including some flights down ...
Eric Butcher posted new forum topic
Dec '20
Here's what I hope is a bit of misinformation.

I have had an FAA PPL for the past ten years or so. I do not live in the US and fly my own US registered airplane in the Eastern Caribbean.

After the great COVID medical and flight review disaster, I have now found a way to get my medical on one of the islands in the region (easier and safer than visiting the US pre-vaccine).

Now here is the odd thing - I have flown for the past ten years with an FAA Class 3 medical - including some flights down ...
Slowly making my way through the SFAR - my medical expired April 2020 so I am good with the SFAR extending me to end of June (fingers crossed for a further extension as I am out side the US, we have no CFi, no AME and no A&P on this island and the borders remain closed).

On the flight review - I have done the WINGS courses picked up from FAASafety.org (actually quite fun to do) - so I have 50 hours or so in the past year, so good with the minimum of ten in the previous twelve months and I ...