Jet Cub flight review?

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Fly a 73 for work and a Cub for fun, does the 6 month check for the 73 at work cover the flight review to fly a Cub?

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bafanguy

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FAR 61.56(d)

Check-Ride/Line-Check Exemption. FAR §61.56(d) states that a flight review is unnecessary if within the preceding twenty-four months a pilot has passed a pilot proficiency check conducted by an examiner, an approved pilot check airman, or a U.S. Armed Force, for a pilot certificate, rating, or operating privilege. This means that a pilot who has passed a check-ride or line-check need not accomplish a flight review for another twenty-four months following the successful completion of that check-ride or line-check.


https://blog.globalair.com/post/Flight-Review-Requirements-Under-FAR-6156.aspx
 

rettofly

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FAR 61.56(d)

Check-Ride/Line-Check Exemption. FAR §61.56(d) states that a flight review is unnecessary if within the preceding twenty-four months a pilot has passed a pilot proficiency check conducted by an examiner, an approved pilot check airman, or a U.S. Armed Force, for a pilot certificate, rating, or operating privilege. This means that a pilot who has passed a check-ride or line-check need not accomplish a flight review for another twenty-four months following the successful completion of that check-ride or line-check.


https://blog.globalair.com/post/Flight-Review-Requirements-Under-FAR-6156.aspx
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True dat, but you still have to do three landings in 90 days in the Cub to carry a pax in it.

Sorry, couldn't resist
 

bafanguy

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So much to know...so little time. :crying:
 
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