Flight Review

A Flight Review is required for any certificated pilot who has not added a certificate or rating within the preceding 24 calendar months.

PRIVATE 

PILOT CERTIFICATE

17

YEARS OF AGE

      3RD CLASS            OR BASIC     

FAA MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

ENGLISH

READ, SPEAK, WRITE, & UNDERSTAND

What Will We Cover?

Ground Knowledge:

Aircraft Systems and Performance

Federal Aviation Regulations

Aeronautical Decision Making

Weather

Decision Making

Risk Management

Personal Minimums

Temporary Flight Restrictions

Flight Planning

Airspace

Aerodynamics

Spin Discussion

Weight and Balance

Aircraft POH

Aeromedical Factors

Night Flying Discussion

 

 

Flight Experience:

Single-Pilot Resource Management

Aeronautical Decision Making

Normal Takeoff & Departure

Climbing Turns

Four Basics

Clearing Turns

Slow Flight

Power On/Off Stalls & Recovery

Spin Awareness

Simulated Engine Failure

Simulated System or Instrument Failure

Simulated Instrument

Navigation

Diversion

Short/Soft Field Takeoff and Landing

Go Arounds

Slip to Land

TRAINING BREAKDOWN

Ground Review

Your instructor will meet your needs and cover topics related to your experience, aircraft type, and recent experience. Upon completion of the ground portion of the review, you will be up to date on the latest regulations and have a renewed level of knowledge.

Flight Review

Your instructor will review the basics of flight with you, ranging from straight and level to power on and off stalls. By the end of the flight, you will feel confident to safely operate your airplane with a high level of proficiency.

Instructor Endorsement

Once your instructor is satisfied with your knowledge, decision making, and flying skills, you will receive an endorsement and your flight review will be complete!

THE VFA DIFFERENCE

ADVANCED FLEET

With the largest and most advanced rental fleet in the state, VFA has the right aircraft for you. All of our aircraft are maintained to the highest standards by our in-house maintenance department.

PASSIONATE STAFF

VFA has a diverse group of passionate and knowledgeable instructors here to help you achieve your goals. No matter your learning style, we have the right instructor for you.

AVIATION COMMUNITY

When you join us at VFA, you join a passionate community dedicated to furthering aviation education in Vermont. Every lesson you take at VFA helps to contribute to providing flights to underprivileged children in Vermont.

FAQ

When is a Flight Review required?

A Flight Review is required for any certificated pilot who has not added a certificate or rating within the preceding 24 calendar months.

Can I have a Flight Review in my personal aircraft?

Flight reviews in a customer’s personal aircraft may be possible. Please contact Vermont Flight Academy to see if this can be accommodated.

How long does a Flight Review take?

here are many variables that affect the length of a Flight Review. The FAR states the minimum requirement of 1 hour of ground and flight review. At Vermont Flight Academy we typically train 1.5 hours ground and 1.5 hours flight.

If your currency has lapsed for a lengthy duration you will need to train to proficiency before you will be given your endorsement. You can discuss your current situation with a Certified Flight Instructor for more information.

General Information

HOURS:

Monday - Friday | 8AM - 5PM

Saturday | 9AM - 4PM

Sunday | 9AM - 3PM

* Hours are subject change.

PHONE:

802.863.5988

EMAIL :

office@flyvfa.org

LOCATION:

355 Valley Road
South Burlington, VT 05403

Vermont Flight Academy