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Flight Review (BFR)

Need a Bi-Annual Flight Review (BFR)?
The flight review is required by Federal Aviation Regulations for all pilots who intend to act as pilot in command of an aircraft. It is a cooperative endeavor to provide the pilot with a periodic assessment of his or her flying skills and to determine if there has been any deterioration in areas that may adversely affect flight safety.

The review should be a proficiency evaluation accomplished in an economical and expeditious manner while providing a learning experience, rather than the pressure of a checkride atmosphere.

The goal of the review should be established in a discussion between the pilot and flight instructor prior to beginning the review. This can be done by discussing the flight review’s basic content, including the elements to be covered in both the oral and flight portions. These elements should be understood by the pilot and the flight instructor prior to initiating any phase of the review. (AOPA)

Flight Review Requirements   (FAA 61.56)

Biennial Flight Review Package ($550* USD)

  • 2 Hours Flight Instruction
  • 2 Hours Aircraft Rental (Cessna 172)
  • 2 Hours Ground Instruction, Including Pre/Post-Flight Briefings
  • ASA Biennial Flight Review Guide
  • Course Materials

*Additional charges will apply if  extra flight or ground training is required.

Please bring the following items:

  • Current Logbook
  • Current FAA Medical Certificate
  • Completed SDFC Flight Review Quiz
  • Applicable Airman Certificates
  • Government Issued Photo Identification (Driving License, Passport)

Additional Requirements:

  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
  • Current FAA Medical Certificate


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