Topic of the Month September 2017 Flying After Inactivity

Topic of the Month September Flying After Inactivity Presented to: By: Date: Produced by: James R. Mason, ATP, CFIAIM, FAASTeam Representative, LGB FSDO Welcome

Exits Restrooms Emergency Evacuation Breaks Sponsor Acknowledgment Other information September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 2

Overview How Long Has It Been? Medical Policy Changes & BasicMed Refresher, or Flight Review, IPC? Consider using the WINGS program Planning your return to the cockpit How Long is This Going to Take? September Topic of the Month

Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 3 How Long Has It Been? September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 4

You Are NOT Alone!!! Work Vacation Family Health Finances ALL contribute to a temporary or longterm layoff for most pilots at some point September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration

5 Returning With BasicMed? Over 5000 Pilots Have Successfully Certified Using BasicMed Many Have Not Flown As PIC for an Extended Period Be Sure To Understand These New Regulations Thoroughly. Be Sure to Work With a CFI Who Is Familiar With These New Regulations During Your Refresher Training September Topic of the Month

Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 6 Short-Term: Refresher Training A Few Weeks/Months Without Flying Are You Legal To Carry Pax? Does The Thought of Flying Solo Make You Hesitate?

September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 7 Havent Flown One of THESE for Awhile Perhaps YOUR inactivity involves not flying a certain type youd like to fly again. Find a CFI familiar with the type. Most rental aircraft providers will NOT allow

you to fly specific types after a period of inactivity in-type. September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 8 Do You Need A Flight Review? More Than 24 calendar months since youve flown?

Consider Doing the Equivalent if its Been More Than a Few Months September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 9 Im IFR CurrentRight? Being Legal for IFR is NOT the same as Proficiency! If Its Been Even Couple of Months, Get

Some Refresher Training Consider Flying With a CFI-I Once Each Month, With Emphasis on Flying In Actual Conditions. September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 10 Oh Yeah! The WINGS Program!! Whether Its Been A Few Weeks or Many Years,

Consider using the FAAs WINGS Program To Regain Proficiency! Check Out the Many Presentations Available To Review On the WINGS Site Earn a WINGS Phase, Or If Its Been A Very Long Period, Do More Than One September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration

11 WINGS Courses for Refresher Training Faasafety.gov features Activities & Courses, Many For Free You Can Browse or Search These Offerings You Can Attend Seminars Like This One, Or Participate In Webinars September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity

Federal Aviation Administration 12 Planning Your Return to the Air What Skills Do You Really Want to Refresh? What Can You Do On Your Own To Prepare? Meet With A CFI GO FLYING ASAP!! September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity

Federal Aviation Administration 13 RUST!!! What Skills Are Gone? Short-Term Layoffs Will Usually Involve Motor Skill Erosion Long-Term Absence Will Require Both Knowledge and Motor Skill Refreshment September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity

Federal Aviation Administration 14 If Youre Unsure Time to Call Your Favorite CFI!! Dont Try This At HomeOr Alone Its Best to Erase Your Uncertainty With Help !! September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration

15 GO FLYING, ASAP!!!! September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 16 How Much Time Will This Take? Is This Really the Right Question?

Your Goal Should Be Proficiency and Safety One Size Doesnt Fit All September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 17 Train Beyond The Minimum Dont Accept

Good Enough Accept The Counsel of Your Training Partner Use Your Return To the Cockpit to Become a Better Airman September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 18

Make A Plan to Stay Sharp!! Plan To Fly Regularly, Even if You Dont NEED to Take Note of the Skills That Needed The Most Practice Plan To Fly With an Instructor Routinely WINGS September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration

19 References FAA Flying After Inactivity Safety Briefing: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2014/ media/SE_Topic_04_2014.pdf Lapsed Pilots: AOPA https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/lapsedpilots FAA WINGS Courses, Seminars, Webinars: https://www.faasafety.gov/content/ TabLanding.aspx?tab=courses September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity

Federal Aviation Administration 20 Questions? September Topic of the Month Flying After Inactivity Federal Aviation Administration 21 Proficiency and Peace of Mind

Fly regularly with your CFI Perfect Practice Document in WINGS Federal Aviation Administration 22 Thank you for attending You are vital members of our GA safety community Federal Aviation Administration 23

Topic of the Month September Flying After Inactivity Presented to: By: Date: Produced by: James R. Mason, ATP, CFIAIM, FAASTeam Representative, LGB FSDO

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