Free Flight Review Course

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Free Flight Review Course

Satisfy the ground requirement of 61.56 today, satisfaction guaranteed

Pilot Proficient’s Free Flight Review Course satisfies the requirement of 14 CFR 61.56 for Ground Instruction toward your review (formerly known as the Biennial flight review “BFR”).  We’ll cover several areas with video and multimedia presentations in order to help you remain a competent, safe and proficient pilot.

Covered in the Course:

Completion of the course, including passing all quizzes with a score of 80% or better will satisfy the ground instruction requirement of 14 CFR 61.56, and you’ll receive a signed logbook endorsement from a Certified Flight Instructor attesting to the instruction you have received.

NOTE: Acceptance of this course as the ground portion of your review should be verified with your CFI in advance.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I fail a Flight Review

No.  While the review is, in fact, an evaluation, there is no record or logbook entry made for unsatisfactory performance.

Is this different than a Biennial Flight Review (BFR)

This course replaces what what was formerly know as the BFR.  The content covers the same areas as you will be familiar with.

Who needs a flight review?

With limited exceptions, every pilot must accomplish the requirements of the Flight Review, as shown in FAR 61.56, at least every 24 calendar months in order to act as Pilot in Command. Many General Aviation pilots accomplish this review by receiving ground and flight instruction with a competent CFI, and gain valuable knowledge and recurrent training every 24 months.

Ratings and Reviews

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David Abrams
Posted 2 weeks ago
not sure what you are asking here

Was fine. Sometimes the volume changed when a video cut occurred.

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Gavin
Posted 1 week ago

Thank you for taking the course, and for the review! We’ll make sure to take a look at the volume levels; sometimes there is a discrepancy when transitioning between the course material and an in-aircraft demonstration video.

Elizabeth Uhrig
Posted 2 weeks ago
Great summary

Met my expectations.

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Gavin
Posted 1 week ago

Thank you Elizabeth!

William Smead
Posted 3 weeks ago
Good program

Able to go back and relearn.

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Robert Taylor
Posted 3 weeks ago
Great Review

Went into all the areas I had expected and did it very well. May return to this again even when I don't have a FR coming up

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tjlee
Posted 3 weeks ago
Airspace, ADM

Well presented.

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Scott Romenesko
Posted 4 months ago
Good and easy to follow

Good and easy to follow

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Michael Ziarniak
Posted 5 months ago
Safety!

Nicely done with video and discussion

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Rob Cavanaugh
Posted 5 months ago
Maintaining the fundamentals of safe flight

The ADM Section was concise and provided valuable insight to risk management. Also , the airspace section was presented in a clear and effective way.

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Bruce Alltop
Posted 5 months ago
Everything covered was important.

Would have liked to see flight planning best practices.

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James Talbot
Posted 9 months ago
Excellent Course

Excellent course, nice breakdown of topics into digestible segments. The only note I would make is that the completion certificate should have the pilot's name on it.

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Nathan Foreman
Posted 9 months ago

Hello,
I’m glad you enjoyed the course. The certificate should include your name as well as your pilot certificate number. I’ll take a look at the system and make sure that works, as well as get you the correct certificate.

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