The FAA requires pilots to review their knowledge and skills every 24 "calendar months" with a Certificated Flight Instructor. The activity was previously called a "Biennial Flight Review."
By regulation, pilots must log a minimum of one hour ground and one hour flight in the review, but the process sometimes takes longer. On the ground, expect to be quizzed on the FAR, aircraft systems, emergency procedures and navigation planning. In flight, expect basic airwork (steep turns, slow flight, stalls), maximum performance takeoffs and landings, and navigation drills.
If you would like to schedule a flight review or contact the Sunrise Dispatcher to learn more about the process, please use our Inquiry Form. You will be contacted promptly after submitting the form.
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