The dreaded Flight Review is a necessary evil of general aviation, but is one we should embrace as part of the FAA’s safety culture. They are a great training/education requirement you can knock out while visiting our area. See the description of flight reviews below.
Commonly referred to as the Biennial Flight Review, the Flight Review refers to Part 61.56 of 14 CFR, which imposes the requirement of a flight review every 24 months. It’s states a flight review consists of a minimum of 1 hour of flight training and 1 hour of ground training. The review must include: a review of Part 91 operations, and a review of maneuvers and procedures that, at the discretion of the reviewer, are necessary for the pilot to demonstrate the safe exercise of the privileges of their pilot certificate. 61.56 goes on to list a number of things that can exempt them from a flight review, thereby resetting the 24 month calendar. For example, if you had a pilot proficiency check or practical test conducted by an FAA DPE, practical exam for a flight instructor certificate, or an add-on rating for a flight instructor certificate, you would be exempted and restart the 24 month clock from that date.
I can conduct your Flight Review in your airplane or mine. Some exceptions to using your own airplane may exist, so please contact me to discuss your situation. Costs for a Flight Review vary based on pilot and airplane. Flight Reviews in my airplane begin at $350 and go up depending on the needs/desires of the pilot. Flight Reviews in the pilots airplane start at $200 and go up depending on the needs/desires of the pilot.
Download the Flight Review Packet below, complete the highlighted sections, and send back to me at John@AttitudeAviators.com.
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North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
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