Penerbang glider dan penariknya perlu melakukan Biennual Flight Review
Setiap penerbang yang bekerja di maskapai penerbangan baik yang berada di bawah part 121 atau 135 harus melakukan ujian berkala setiap 6 bulan untuk Pilot in Command dan 12 bulan untuk awak yang lain (part 121.433 Training Required) atau 12 bulan dan 6 bulan jika di bawah part 135 (part 135.471).

Nah, sekarang bagaimana dengan penerbang general aviation (GA) yang hanya menggunakan part 61 dan 91 dalam pengoperasiannya? Para penerbang ini termasuk penerbang glider, penerbang helikopter yang mengikuti part 91, penerbang hobi termasuk pesawat swayasa,  penerbang penarik glider, penerbang penyemprot, dan penerbang sipil lainnya.

Para penerbang ini harus melakukan check atau ujian setiap dua tahun sekali atau 24 bulan yang disebut dengan flight review. Karena dilakukan dua tahun sekali maka sering disebut Biennial Flight Review. Tujuan dari Flight review adalah untuk menyediakan suatu evaluasi secara berkala dari keterampilan pilot dan pengetahuan penerbangannya. Flight review juga dimaksudkan untuk meningkatkan kemahiran pilot dan menjaga pengetahuannya agar tetap berada di standar yang cukup untuk penerbangan yang aman. Berikut kami sajikan FAQ tentang flight review dari CASR 61.56 dan sumber-sumber lain.

 

Siap dengan Biennual Flight review?

 

Siapa yang bisa menguji anda?

Semua penerbang yang memiliki rating instruktur dan rating pesawat yang bersangkutan bisa menguji anda.
 
Apa saja isi flight review?
  • 1 jam review aturan-aturan yang ada di part 91

  • 1 jam terbang review manouver dan prosedur yang diperlukan untuk menerbangkan pesawat yang bersangkutan.

Apa bukti flight review? 

Bukti anda melakukan flight review adalah tanda tangan instruktur di logbook anda yang menunjukkan bahwa anda sudah selesai melakukan flight review.

Bagaimana melakukan 1 jam terbang flight review untuk penerbang glider?Flight Review di glider

Karena terbang dengan glider belum tentu bisa mencapai 1 jam, maka keharusan untuk melakukan minimum satu jam terbang di glider dapat diganti dengan minimum 3 kali terbang glider. Setiap kali penerbangan harus melakukan 360° turn.


Sumber:

CASR part 61.56

Contoh review pengetahuan penerbangan: http://www.pghflight.com/downloads/bfr_written_final.pdf

Contoh review untuk glider: http://www.localhangar.com/html/home/CLUBNO4/dir84/BFR-LessonPlan-060330.pdf

www.faa.gov: Conducting an Effective Flight Review

www.aopa.org: Flight Review 

www.faa.gov: AC 61.98A Currency and Additional Qualification Requirements for Certificated Pilots 

Contoh review pengetahuan penerbangan:

61.3 What are the documents required for acting as PIC?
91.3 A What is the main responsibility of the PIC?
91.3 In an emergency, what is the PIC authorized to do in regards to the CASRs?
91.17 No alcohol within how much time before a flight? The answer is the minimum, what is a good rule to follow in regards to consuming alcohol before flight?
91.103b What pre-flight action is required for any flight? For a flight outside the local area?
91.105 Seatbelts are required to be used when? When is the shoulder harness required? Is there an exception to the shoulder harness rule?
91.107 Must you brief passengers on seat belt usage? What else should they be briefed on? (Think of an airline flight)
91.111 General rule on operating near other aircraft in flight?
91.111 Can you fly in formation with another aircraft?
91.113 Basic Right of Way rules in VFR?
91.113 Put these aircraft categories in order of right of way: Rotorcraft, Glider, Airplane, Airship, Balloon.
91.113 Which aircraft have right of way over all others?
91.113 When approaching another aircraft head-on at same altitude, which direction should you alter your course?
91.113 When overtaking another aircraft from behind, which direction should you go?
91.113 For landing, which aircraft has the right of way? (Non-towered airport)
91.119 General minimum safe altitude rule? Over congested areas? Sparsely populated areas?
91.121 What should the altimeter setting be in regards to pressure during flight? On the ground? On the ground at a field without a weather reporting system?
91.123 You must comply with all ATC clearances. When are you allowed to deviate from an ATC clearance?
91.123 ATC has told you to turn to a heading or direction. As you turn, you see another aircraft that you will collide with. Do you respond first and call ATC or call ATC first?
91.123 You declare an emergency; do you have to submit a written report? If you do, what length of time do you have after the incident to file the report?
91.125 Light Gun Signals
91.151 How much fuel required for day VFR flight? Night VFR flight?
91.155 Basic VFR Weather Minimums
Airspace Class
Visibility Required Required
CloudClearance
Class B
Class C
Class D
Class E (below 10,000 MSL)
Class E (above 10,000 MSL)
91.131b Requirements for Operating in Class B Airspace?
Dimensions, chart depiction:
Pilot license:
Clearance required:
Two way radio:
Transponder:
91.129 Requirements for Operating in Class D Airspace
Dimensions, depiction:
Pilot:
Two-way radio:
Transponder:
91.130 Requirements for Operating in Class C Airspace
Dimensions, depiction:
Pilot:
Two way radio:
Clearance required:
Transponder:
91.127 Requirements for Operating in Class E Airspace:
91.159 VFR cruising altitudes below 18,000 MSL (General rule and example)
91.157 When may a Special VFR be conducted?
91.205b Minimum Aircraft Equipment for Day VFR
91.205c Minimum Aircraft Equipment for Night VFR
91.209 Can you operate an aircraft at night without position lights?
91.211 When must you use supplemental oxygen in flight? When must you supply oxygen for passengers?
91.215 When is a Transponder with Mode C required?
91.203 What documents are required for the Aircraft?
91.303 What, according to the FAR’s, determines aerobatic flight?
91.307 When are parachutes required and the exceptions?
91.403 Who is responsible for maintaining the aircraft in an airworthy condition?
91.403 What is preventative maintenance? Can you perform preventative maintenance on your aircraft? Some examples?
91.405 You determine a piece of equipment to be inoperative, what must you do?
91.407 Your aircraft has just come from major repair, what must you ensure has been done in regards to the logs being completed? Is a flight test required?
91.409 You own an airplane, what are the required inspections and their durations?
91.409 You own your airplane, but are leasing it to PFTC. What other inspection is required?
91.411 How often must the pitot static and transponder systems be checked?
91.171 For IFR use, how often must the VOR be tested?
91.417 Work has performed on your aircraft. Where the entry must be made?
91.417 There are life-limited parts on an airplane. Give some examples of what those may be.
You haven’t flown in 90 days and you want to take a passenger with you. What must you do before taking a passenger? Part II. The same question, but you will be flying at night.
  

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