Every pilot knows that recurrency training is very important. Some insurance carriers even require it – at least annually if not more often.
Even if it’s not required by insurance, why not seek training to keep your skills sharp? Why not go for an IPC (Instrument Proficiency Check) even if you’re still “legal?” You’ve heard this before: legal doesn’t equal proficient!
Contact Greg for your recurrent training – you’ll be glad you did. He’ll provide you with an honest assessment of your current proficiency level, and he’ll work with you to get you where you want to be.
Fly with Greg from any Bay Area airport and return home knowing you’ve refreshed your piloting skills. Try something new – like an approach to minimums, a Mountain Checkout, or a trip to the flight levels just for practice. Use your time to accomplish a second goal like your Flight Review (formerly called a BFR) or a trip to LA or San Diego to tackle SoCal airspace.
Holders of foreign pilot licenses: Greg can get you the recurrency flight(s) you need to remain in compliance with your home country’s requirements. Example: pilots from India need to fly in the Diamond DA-42 periodically to maintain proficiency and currency. Greg can arrange a recurrency or time building flight in the Diamond, or any aircraft listed on this site.
Whatever the reason, don’t be shy about recurrent training. Contact Greg with any questions and to book a recurrency flight or two. He looks forward to hearing from you!