Guide to the Biennial Flight Review

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-Spanitz This book contains answers to the most commonly asked questions about the BFR, questions and answers in preparation for it, appropriate references for further study, relevant Advisory Circulars, and a preparatory checklist.
-Spanitz This book contains answers to the most commonly asked questions about the BFR, questions and answers in preparation for it, appropriate references for further study, relevant Advisory Circulars, and a preparatory checklist. All information is relevant to both the BFR candidates and issuing CFIs.

The Guide to the Biennial Flight Review is updated to reflect important regulatory, procedural, and training changes including Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs), runway incursion avoidance procedures, and risk management. References for further study are provided throughout the book, and these are all updated to reflect the recent release of new FAA publications.

All pilots — whether they fly for pleasure, business, or as a career — must take a flight review every 2 years (this check is sometimes called a Biennial Flight Review, BFR, or Flight Review). This book provides complete preparation for pilots taking the flight review, as well as for the flight instructors conducting the review. The FAA offers options for completing the BFR, and the book covers all of these in detail so the reader can assess the best means to complete the FAA requirement based on their proficiency level and aviation goals. International pilots use this book as a means to familiarize themselves with flight operations in the U.S.

The BFR must include 1 hour of ground instruction as well as 1 hour of flight instruction. The information provided in this book may be used to fulfill these requirements: a 1-hour question and answer session, a written test, as well as recommendations for what to do during the flight. Soft cover, 5” x 8-1/4”, 160 pages. (ASA part #OEG-BFR4)
-Spanitz This book contains answers to the most commonly asked questions about the BFR, questions and answers in preparation for it, appropriate references for further study, relevant Advisory Circulars, and a preparatory checklist. All information is relevant to both the BFR candidates and issuing CFIs.

The Guide to the Biennial Flight Review is updated to reflect important regulatory, procedural, and training changes including Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs), runway incursion avoidance procedures, and risk management. References for further study are provided throughout the book, and these are all updated to reflect the recent release of new FAA publications.

All pilots — whether they fly for pleasure, business, or as a career — must take a flight review every 2 years (this check is sometimes called a Biennial Flight Review, BFR, or Flight Review). This book provides complete preparation for pilots taking the flight review, as well as for the flight instructors conducting the review. The FAA offers options for completing the BFR, and the book covers all of these in detail so the reader can assess the best means to complete the FAA requirement based on their proficiency level and aviation goals. International pilots use this book as a means to familiarize themselves with flight operations in the U.S.

The BFR must include 1 hour of ground instruction as well as 1 hour of flight instruction. The information provided in this book may be used to fulfill these requirements: a 1-hour question and answer session, a written test, as well as recommendations for what to do during the flight. Soft cover, 5” x 8-1/4”, 160 pages. (ASA part #OEG-BFR4)

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