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BFR and IPC on other than N reg aircraft

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Can a FAA BFR or IPC flight be done in a non N registered airplane?

example: flight review of a FAA pilot done in a european registered aircraft

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  1. CFI Academy on Sep 20, 2011

    Absolutely. FAR 61.56 is the governing rule in this case, and it states that it has to be conducted by an authorized instructor. “Authorized Instructor” is defined by FAR 61.1 and few other subparts of FAR 61. 
    In other words, the CFI conducting the Flight Review and/or IPC has to be either FAA certified, or “authorized”, but there are no restrictions on country of registration for the aircraft.

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  2. jeremy perreault on Sep 20, 2011

    thanks for the help!

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