Flying Lessons: Flight Review

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Flight Review: Check!

Fly 'n Things

It used to be the Bi-annual Flight Review (BFR), now it is just the Flight Review. Every two years, to maintain currency, a private pilot needs to undergo a flight review and get a sign off from a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) to legally fly. 


Every instructor has his or her own technique to conduct a flight review. My best ever BFR was out in California with my favorite instructor, Lee Jaykell (see BFR: It can be fun!). If I were to rank my next best, it would be this. It was not as thorough as the previous one mentioned, but still I came away learning many new things.

The FAA has many resources available online for free: from the pilot handbook to the airport facility directory to terminal procedures. The FAA Safety website offers many links for activities, webinars, courses and seminars. You can easily create a login…

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5 thoughts on “Flying Lessons: Flight Review

  1. Cynthia Florsheim April 30, 2017 / 4:05 pm

    It’s a interesting post. Wish I was a pilot. Everything sounds so fascinating.

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    • flynthings April 30, 2017 / 9:00 pm

      Thank you… it is 🙂


    • flylady33 June 8, 2017 / 9:52 pm

      I really need this information.Just because I’m not a pilot a review can never hurt.

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  2. The Pondering Poet Pilot May 2, 2017 / 3:33 am

    Another check successfully completed is always a relief. But I agree that if you can learn something along the way then the check really has been successful. Happy flying! 😎

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