Re: Flight Review in a turbo twin
- From: jimp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 15:35:02 GMT
Nathan Young <nathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 15 Feb 2007 18:00:06 -0800, "chad" <c320f@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I own a turbo Cessna 310 and I'm wondering if other turbo twin owners
do their biennial flight review in their aircraft. Is single engine
work required for a flight review if done in a twin? I'm concered
that doing the review in my aircraft may be hard on the engines,
specifically the turbos. Would I be better off to just rent a single
engine for the review?
The flight portion of my BFRs have focused on basic maneuvers, stalls,
slow flight, steep turns, and landings.
These procedures pretty much dictate the engines will go through many
high/low power cycles... Not the best for a turbo'd engine.
If I was you, I would rent a single for the day.
My last review focused on communications (center, tower, ground),
airport area procedures, efficient use of the radios, using proper
All the CFI's I know will pretty much do whatever you suggest you
feel you could use some brush up on. There is no requirement to do
If you are instrument rated, is there some procedure you are less than
If you are not instrument rated, when was the last time you did some
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