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Re: CFI's that conduct BFR's.

Postby femoskol » Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:47 pm

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Re: CFI's that conduct BFR's.

Postby marathonrunner » Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:56 am

Not to be overly nit picky...well o.k. I guess I am, this every 24 calendar month review is technically called a "Flight Review" I think they quit calling it a Biennial Flight Review a long time ago and most likely due to the number of CFI's signing them off and "Biannual Flight Reviews" Who the heck wants to do that twice a year? I still see posts on the airports of "Biannual Flight Reviews" with names and numbers of the CFI. Sort of like where do you store your airplane in a hanger or hangar. You see a lot of that as well.

Also, when you sign them off you are a CFI. Dick Ardez who owned Aero Tech on Merrill Field and recently passed away pointed this out to me. Deck was very well versed in the FAR's and no kidding often if the local FAA did not know an answer they would say "Go ask Dick". When I got my multi engine endorsement and he was giving me the check ride and oral, he asked how you sign the books and did not like the CFII. He had me pull out my certificate and read the front which says "CFI"

When you turn it over under ratings it reads "Flight Instructor Airplane Single and multi engine;Instrument Airplane. He was very very adamant about writing only CFI on entries and not CFII.

Again picking nits and a funny ending was on the check ride in his ancient Aztec, we shot the VOR approach to Big Lake. He told me after the missed to turn to a heading that was Northeast. This was before commencing the approach. Oh and he loved to put sectionals in the windscreen to completely cover the windscreen so I had that too. He made you wear a hood. I asked him if I could use foggles and he said "You can wear them too with your hood if you want"

Anyway I go missed and climb up and turn on heading. A long time passes, I mean a long time. I finally peak past the sectionals and the mountains are very near, I glance over to Dick and he is sound asleep...what a dilemma, I reached over and pulled the right prop lever back and made the airplane surge. He came instantly awake and immediately gave me an immediate 120 degree heading change to the left.

Neither of us said anything about it and I did pass the ride that day.
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby Bruce Fenstermacher » Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:45 am

OK I've corrected the subject line of the first post George made some time ago so all future listings will say flight review. However I'm not going to change each and every post subject made to this point. And I'm also not going to correct the word biannual in George's first post. He can do that himself. :)
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby johneeb » Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:16 am

bi·en·ni·al (b-n-l)
adj.
1. Lasting or living for two years.
2. Happening every second year.
3. Botany Having a life cycle that normally takes two growing seasons to complete.
n.
1. An event that occurs every two years.
2. Botany
a. A plant that normally requires two seasons to complete its life cycle, growing usually as a rosette in the first season and producing flowers and fruits and then dying in the second season.
b. A perennial plant, such as the English daisy, cultivated as a biennial

bi·an·nu·al (b-ny-l)
adj.
1. Happening twice each year; semiannual.
2. Occurring every two years; biennial.
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby marathonrunner » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:19 am

Nice job Bruce...I think those guys who fly red airplanes probably do need them twice a year so maybe George meant biannual :lol: :lol:
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Postby paulbritton88 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 5:18 pm

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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby marathonrunner » Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:50 am

Well Bruce, I guess George does them twice a year...still the same post. Like I said the guys that fly red airplanes probably need "Biannuals" Glad mine is green. :x :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby GAHorn » Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:50 am

Sorry, guys! I guess I was succumbing to the colloquial reference, and misspelled it.

I didn't mean to put two "n's" in the description. :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby marathonrunner » Thu Jan 31, 2013 9:21 pm

HOw about the "a" instead of the "e" :) :lol: I would just say a case of "southern " english y'all which plural is all y'all :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby marathonrunner » Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:49 am

No wonder the FAA changed it to just "flight review" biennial in southern is "BA" "N" "YALL" :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby Blue4 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:53 am

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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby dunlaps3 » Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:07 am

Hey Marathonrunner , not to be overly-overly nit picky , but is it " Dick" or is it "Deck " ? Maybe go back to the "Hanger" and figure that out. :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby GAHorn » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:46 pm

Well, I guess I STILL can't spel. (Ben hangin' 'roun' prez-phinstermakker to long.)

I meant to be more descriptive of the review-process and say bi-Anal review. :lol:
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby ragsrettzo » Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:59 am

i would like to add my name to this list i am a cfi. SEL i own a mooney as well as a 1949 170A. i am also an A&P/IA my contact info
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Re: CFI's that conduct Flight Reviews

Postby cfii_dan » Fri May 31, 2013 6:50 pm

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