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(1 Day) FAA Flight Review Course

The purpose of the FAA flight review required by Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 61.56 is to provide for a regular evaluation of pilot skills and aeronautical knowledge. AC 61-98B states that the flight review is also intended to offer pilots the opportunity to design a personal currency and proficiency program in consultation with a certificated flight instructor (CFI). In effect, the flight review is the aeronautical equivalent of a regular medical checkup and ongoing health improvement program. Like a physical exam, a flight review may have certain “standard” features (e.g., review of specific regulations and maneuvers). However, just as the physician should tailor the exam and follow-up to the individual’s characteristics and needs, the CFI should tailor both the flight review and any follow-up plan for training and proficiency to each pilot’s skill, experience, aircraft, and personal flying goals.

Cessna 172RG

Topics covered include:

  • Recent flight experience (61.57)

  • Responsibility: Authority (91.3)

  • ATC Instructions(91.123)

  • Preflight action (91.103)

  • Safety belts (91.107)

  • Flight crew at station (91.105)

  • Cautions: Careless or reckless operation (91.13)

  • Dropping objects (91.15)

  • Alcohol or drugs (91.17

  • Supplemental oxygen (91.211)

  • Fitness for flight (AIM Chapter 8, Section 1)

  • Airworthiness: Basic (91.7)

  • Flight manual, markings, placards (91.9)

  • Certifications required (91.203)

  • Instrument & equipment requirements (91.205)

  • -ELT (91.207)

  • -Position lights (91.209)

  • -Transponder requirements (91.215)

  • -Inoperative instruments and equipment (91.213)

  • Maintenance: Responsibility (91.403)

  • Maintenance required (91.405)

  • Maintenance records (91.417)

  • Operation after maintenance (91.407)

  • Inspections: Annual, Airworthiness Directives, 100-Hour (91.409)

  • Altimeter & Pitot Static System (91.411)

  • VOR check (91.171)

  • Transponder (91.413)

  • ELT (91.207)

  • Airports Markings (AIM Chapter 2, Section 3)

  • Operations (AIM 4-3; 91.126, 91.125)

  • Traffic Patterns (91.126

  • Altimeter Settings (91.121; AIM 7-2)

  • Minimum Safe Altitudes (91.119, 91.177)

  • Cruising Altitudes (91.159, 91.179; AIM 3-1-5)

  • Speed Limits (91.117)

  • Right of Way (91.113)

  • Formation (91.111)

  • Types of Airspace (AIM 3)

  • -Controlled Airspace (AIM 3-2; 91.135, 91.131, 91.130, 91.129) -Class G Airspace (AIM 3-3)

  • -Special Use (AIM 3-4; 91.133, 91.137, 91.141. 91.143, 91.145)

  • Emergency Air Traffic Rules (91.139; AIM 5-6)

  • Air Traffic Control & Procedures Services (4-1)

  • Radio Communications (4-2 & Pilot/Controller Glossary)

  • Clearances (4-4)

  • Procedures (AIM 5)

  • Weather Meteorology (AIM 7-1)

  • Wake Turbulence (AIM 7-3)

  • Personal Minimums Checklist

  • Risk Management (3-P model)

  • PTS Special Emphasis Items

FAA Flight Review Course

Course Includes:

  • Flight Instructor Exclusively Assigned to You

  • Unlimited Ground & Flight Instruction

  • Training Materials

  • Course Completion Certificate

  • FAA Flight Review Endorsement

  • Call for pricing - (in your plane) - 218-879-6599

  • Call for pricing - (in our Plane) Cirrus SR22 G3 Avidyne/ GPS WAAS or CE-172RG Garmin G5/ GPS Garmin 430 WAAS or PA-28-151 Piper Warrior with GPS Garmin 430 WAAS

  • Note: Course, pricing, flight and ground instruction can be customized to individual needs

  • Note: Hotel & housing available

  • Note: Courtesy vehicle transportation available

  • Note: Train at our location or we can train at your location anywhere in the US

  • Contact Us At: 218-879-6599 for Course Scheduling

Prerequisites:

Come prepared with the following information:​

  • Current US Passport or Birth Certificate, & Government Issued ID

  • Private Pilot with Basic Med or Third Class Medical or better

  • Pilot Logbook

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