ADDITIONAL FLIGHT TRAINING
Robinson R44 Flight Review
The FAA Flight Review is required every 12 calendar months until 200
hours, then 24-calendar months to keep your pilot certificate valid. This
review is based on the FAA guidance and the SFAR 73 regulations in
14CFR Part 61 and AC 61-98C.
Instrument Proficiency Check
The FAA Instrument Proficiency Check will get you current under the
hood again. You can train in the R-44 under simulated instrument
conditions based on the 14CFR Part 61 regulations and AC 61-98C.
We can provide helicopter flight time building towards a certificate or
rating. Night time, Cross Country time, Instrument time requirements,
or any other time building or skills needed for your next position. Ask
about our discount block rates for time building.
Have you let your CFI Certificate Expire? We can train you back to
ground and flight Commercial Standards to take your Practical Test with
R44 SFAR 73 Robinson Transition
Do you hold a FAA Rotorcraft/Helicopter Certificate but have never
flown a Robinson Aircraft? The required SFAR73 10-hour transition
training in the R-44 can be done by one of our Certified Flight
CFI B-5 training for endorsement to teach in R22/R44
What is a B-5? If you would like to provide flight instruction in a
Robinson Aircraft you have to complete the SFAR73 2. (b) (5) for the
Robinson R-22 or the R-44. This flight training is based on the SFAR73
requirements and final testing done by a FAA aviation safety inspector
or authorized designated examiner.
R22/R44 Precision Auto-rotations
After completion of your Rotorcraft/Helicopter Commercial Pilot
Certificate and you hold FAA Commercial Standards you can take the
Advanced Autorotation Course. This course demonstrates real world
situation awareness in the Robinson R-44 when dealing with
autorotation’s. Ground and flight training are part of this course.
Robinson Factory Approved R66 transition for insurance requirements. Insurance will require a R66 transition when upgrading from a R44 to a R66.