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Multi-engine – Biennial flight review

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 I would like to ask, 

if pass the 24 calendar months  and i did not perform any flight review(biennial)

according regulation i cant act as PIC .




what is happening if  i take the flight review more after?

  • if November 2016 i am  completeing the  2 years  and i dont  fly the review  but i make it more after on july 2017

the counting of the 24 month will take place from July 2017?  or the november 2016?




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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Oct 12, 2016

    You need a flight review within the previous 24 calendar months per 61.56.

    It doesn’t matter if you have been non current for a period of time.

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  2. Skyfox on Oct 13, 2016

    The 24 months to your next BFR will begin counting down from when you take your flight review, not when it was due/expired. For example, let’s say it’s been 5 years since your last BFR. If you went up and got your BFR done today, that wouldn’t make you 3 years overdue for your next BFR once you land. Instead, you’d be legal to fly (as far as your most recent flight review is concerned) for 24 calendar months starting from today/this month.

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