FAA Biennial Flight Reviews
and Instrument Proficiency Checks in the UK
It is possible to take the Biennial Flight Review (BFR) and Instrument
Proficiency Check (IPC), required for pilots flying on FAA qualifications,
in the UK.
Bill Tollett is a multi-thousand hour pilot, FAA-qualified as a Flight Instructor for Single and Multi-engine Airplanes, and Instrument Training (CFI, CFII, MEI).
The BFR and/or IPC can be carried out using your own aircraft or a rented aircraft. Bill flies from Oxford Airport and Turweston Airfield and the BFR or IPC can be done from either.
Bill is also a CAA/EASA flight examiner for the PPL qualifications, including the IMC Rating and Restricted Instrument Rating, and he is a single engine and multi-engine piston class rating examiner. It is often possible to renew FAA and CAA/EASA qualifications during the same flight. Bill is CAA/EASA qualified for ab initio, instrument, night, multi and aerobatic instruction.
83 St. Bernard's Road
Tel: +44 (0)1865 559 997
Mobile: +44 (0)7850 345 995