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If you have been flying your aircraft for more than 6 months, you have probably already recognized the value of continuing education in order to maintain proficiency. Although the FAA only requires the occasional Flight Review (BFR) or Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC), most insurance companies require that you receive recurrent flight training on an ongoing basis.
There are many options for recurrent training in your aircraft. They include:
- Quarterly Training Program
- Flight Review (BFR)
- Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
- WINGS Program
- Manufacturer-Approved Training
Most of these recurrent training options can be provided by High Performance Aviation, LLC at your convenience. Many of our clients prefer to train consistently at 3-6 month intervals using the Quarterly Training Program to increase safety for both themselves and their passengers. Insurance companies recognize the value of this proactive approach to safety, as well. Some insurance companies even provide 5% discounts for participating in the WINGS program.
Contact us to find out more about the benefits of ongoing recurrent training.