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"Mentor Pilots" - status in EASA land?

Old 26th Jan 2010, 18:45
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"Mentor Pilots" - status in EASA land?

Some owner-operators of VLJs are required by their insurance to have a "Mentor Pilot" with them. What (if any) is the regulatory status of the mentor in EASA land? Who is PIC? What are the experience/qualification requirements of the Mentor? I have heard that the Mentor does not need to be type-rated - surely not in EASA-land?
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Old 26th Jan 2010, 21:04
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Why would you need to be rated on the right seat of a single pilot certified aircraft?
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