Mar 12, 2019
Staying current and staying proficient… It can be a little confusing, especially to students and new pilots. Currency and proficiency are different, but at the same time they have similarities and complement each other. On today’s episode we’ll outline what the FAA requires to be a legal, current pilot in command. Then we’ll talk about what it means to us to not only be a legal pilot, but to be a proficient pilot. Getting current and becoming proficient are two things we’ve experienced in the last several months here in Hawaii.
Gain the knowledge you need to pass your Private, Instrument or Commercial FAA written exam, plus “whole picture” learning that will make you a lifelong, safe aviator.
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