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This is not a boring question and answer book. The Biennial Flight Review is a refreshing, easy way to bone up on the rules and regulations and get back up in the air!
The neat flash card like presentation of FAR Parts 91 and 61 make the rules review a quick study. Interesting explanations and examples clarify many of the commonly misunderstood regulations.
Since flying is a required part of a flight review, this book stands out with an illustrated flight maneuvers sections. Takeoff, landing and air work are graphically presented with clear explanations, step-by-step procedures and useful operational tips. Emergency procedures and unusual attitudes are also included.
Airspace review is quick and simple. Basic requirements for operating in all Class A through G airspace are clearly outlined and explained. A communications section provides typical radio lingo for operating in different airspace and situations.
This is a handy reference book you'll want to have around all the time for the checklists, flight planning and weather briefing information alone. The durable plastic bound book is convenient and compact.
Flight Time Publishing's Biennial Flight Review is a complete BFR in one small package! This is by far the most concise and well organized flight review book on the market.
It is full of checklists and handy procedures as well. Targeted for the aviator who wants to brush up on the rules and regs and get up in the air and have some fun!
Dimensions: 6" x 4"
|Manufacturer||Flight Time Publishing|
- OK, but not perfect. Review by Fly92020
Webmaster's note: Author of the book responds that the ELT issue would be a Manufacturer's requirement. He states that if you are renting the plane, there should be an ELT sign-off by the mechanic and the sign-off should be cognizant of the battery expiration date. (Posted on 4/7/11)