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135 Check Ride and Flight Review

ILLINI

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I know that every time you sucessfully complete a part 61 or 141 check ride or flight test, it resets the 24 month cycle for a flight review. If you pass a 135 check ride, does this also start a new 24 months for your flight review? How about the 6 month checks you get from a 135 company, do they also reset the 24 month cycle? Is it the same for 121?

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ksu_aviator

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Both 135 and 121 proficiency checks count as flight reviews and instrument checks. So if all you log in your log book is a 135 or 121 checkout and 3 landings every three months you are legal to fly. Thats assuming your landings are at night to a full stop in the same category and class and type if required.
 

bobbysamd

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Proficiency Checks v. BFRs and ICCs

I agree. Your BFR's 24-month cycle is reset every time you take a 121 or 135 ride. Your ICC is reset for the next six months.

Makes sense. After all, isn't a 121 or 135 ride basically a stringent ICC?

Be sure to keep copies of your 135 letters to have on hand for future interview(s).
 
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