Recurrent Training benefits everyone. Consider the cost of aviation in today’s economy. With aviation fuel, hangar space, and insurance and maintenance costs continually escalating; pilots are flying fewer hours. Make your flight hours more valuable with recurrent training.
The FAA only requires a Part 91 pilot to complete a flight review every two years.
14CFR §135 Charter Operators must conduct training every 6 months and 121 Air Carriers must complete training at least every 12 months. Other turbojet or corporate pilots complete recurrent training annually. Gateway Instructors complete recurrent training on a regularly scheduled basis.
With fewer hours being flown, make them count with regular recurrent training.
Participate in recurrent training. Make an investment in aviation safety by maintaining a higher level of VFR and Instrument Proficiency.
Gateway has a Recurrent Training Program for all pilots. Many times mentor flights are an answer for a busy professional flying for business. Dedicated flight training is the answer for others. Corporate flight department training is also available.