Flight Review


FAA regulations require a flight review consisting of at least 1 hour of ground instruction and 1 hour of flight instruction within the preceding 24 calendar months in order to act as PIC (FAR 61.56). Flight review provided in your airplane. 


FAA regulations require that an instrument rated pilot log the required recent flight experience or complete an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC) before flying in IFR weather conditions (FAR 61.57). IPC typically consists of 2 hours of ground review and flight planning along with 2 hours of flight time. Instrument Proficiency Check provided in your airplane.


Proficiency Check

Flight Instruction

Flight instruction provided in your airplane.                                                   

 - Do you wish you were more confident        flying in the ATC system?                             - Has it been a while since you were in          actual instrument conditions?                     - Do you need to brush up on your                  crosswind landing technique?