The Aeroplane Flight Review (AFR, previously known as BFR) is a biennial review of a pilot’s skill and depth of knowledge as required by the Civil Aviation Regulations.
The AFR is not a flight test. Its purpose is to confirm that pilots have maintained a standard which allows them to safely exercise the privileges of their licence.
Prior to your AFR it may be a good idea to undertake refresher training if you are feeling a bit ‘rusty.’ The Review itself consists of a questionnaire, a pre flight briefing and the flight.
You are able to use the AFR as an opportunity to upgrade your qualifications and gain an endorsement on another aircraft type. Speak to one of our friendly instructors when you are approaching your AFR.