Have you taken some time off from flying? The FAA mandates pilots to complete a flight review every 24 calendar months. Maintaining a certain level of proficiency is critical to ensure you're a safe aviator. Pilot safety depends on maintaining strong aeronautical decision making, basic piloting skill proficiency, and aircraft systems knowledge. If you haven't flown in a while, it might be time for a flight review.
Our CFI's will provide you with ground instruction and adequate flight time to ensure you're safe and confident the next time you take flight. In general, a flight review will take a minimum of one hour of ground instruction coupled with at least a two-hour flight. It may take some pilots much longer to complete their flight review depending on how long it's been since they've last flown. A general rule of thumb is that it will take you one hour of ground and one hour of flight for each year that you have been away from flying.
To prepare and use the flight review time effectively, read the FAA Flight Review Guide and prepare a plan that best meets your needs.