Biennial Flight Review
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pixelpad.gif (44 bytes) All pilots who fly as pilot in command using US FAA qualifications must, with a few exceptions, take a Biennial Flight Review with a flight instructor holding FAA qualifications. A Biennial Flight Review (BFR) is current for 24 calendar months.

The BFR is a minimum of one hour of flight and one hour of ground instruction.

The flight requires a review of the manoeuvres and procedures necessary for the pilot to demonstrate that he/she can fly safely. The ground instruction always includes a review of the current general operating and flight rules of Part 91 of the US Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).

The BFR can be taken outside the United States and a non-US registered aircraft can be used.

The material above is a simplification of the regulations and the full details are given in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations - the FAR - part 61.56
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