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Instrument Refresher Course

Life gets in the way sometimes, if you’ve managed to allow your instrument currency to lapse we will work collaboratively with you to get you proficient once again. We offer a thorough and professional Instrument Proficiency Check that is a combination of three steps: ground instruction, simulator flight and flight time. The amount of time that has passed since your currency has lapsed will dictate how much training will be required in order for you to successfully complete the IPC. We find it imperative to thoroughly work with students to ensure that not only are their skills once again current, but also their confidence as that is an integral part of safely flying in instrument conditions.


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Biennial Flight Review (BFR)

To ensure safety across the entire community of aviators it is required that all pilots complete a Biennial Flight Review, commonly referred to as a BFR, in order to maintain currency of their pilot certificate. Air Fleet offers a BFR course that consists of two (2) hours of ground school to review typical content to validate that a pilot can safely be in command of an aircraft in conjunction with two (2) hours of for a flight review for pilots that have no allowed their currency to lapse and have maintained their proficiency. In the event that a pilot has not flown in an extended period of time, we will work with you to ensure you achieve the required level of proficiency to safely be in command of an aircraft.

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