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I did my private and instrument training in a single engine.  I did my commercial in a twin.  My BFR was done in a single.  Is my commercial license still valid?

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  1. Gary Moore on Sep 28, 2010

    http://flightphysical.com/part61/61.56-Flight-Review.htm
    Specifically (C)(1)
    but the simple answer is YES

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  2. Wesley Beard on Nov 10, 2010

    If you had a commercial license with lighter than air ratings (LTA-Balloon), ASEL, AMEL and rotorcraft-helicopter the only requirement is to have a flight review sign off in any one category and you are good for the others for the next two years.
     
    You could have a flight review in a balloon and be legal to fly an airplane by yourself if you haven’t flown an airplane in a decade.  In this case, the FAR’s are minimum acceptable standards.

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