Staying current is one of the responsibilities of being a pilot. But being legally current does NOT mean you are proficient! Our skills can easily erode if not used frequently.

If you're due for a Flight Review, schedule some time with one of our experience instructors and let them help you identify areas that you need to improve upon, as well as add some new tools to your flight skills tool bag.
Consider adding a new rating to your certificate every two years, or taking an aerobatic course in combination with a Flight Review.  

Instrument skills involve much more than just controlling the airplane by reference to instruments. Workload and cockpit management take on a whole new meaning when flying single pilot when balancing the demands of ATC in actual IMC.

Come hone your skills with one of our experienced instructors at The Flight School of Gwinnett.

Don't have much actual instrument time? Schedule some time with an instructor when the weather is low to build proficiency and real world experience.


The Flight School of Gwinnett, Inc.

800 Airport Road  -  Suite 101  -  Lawrenceville, Georgia  -  30046

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