SEP (PPL Licence) Revalidation with Ultimate High
Your SEP Rating needs to be revalidated every 2 years.
As long as you have done 12 hours of SEP flying (12 take-offs and landings) during the last 12 months of your SEP, of which a minimum of 6 hours was as pilot in command, you just need a signed off 1 hour dual flight with an instructor. This is called SEP Revalidation with flying experience, and be done with one of our instructors, covering any aspects of our Advanced PPL or Aerobatic training courses.
If your SEP has expired, or you do not have the flying experience above, you will need to do a Proficiency Check with an Examiner in an aircraft that you are solo competent. This is not normally something that is done with us as it will require a conversion to our aircraft, the T67M260 (unless you have previous experience on type).
The proficiency check itself is a flight test of your general handling skills and is normally around 1 hour. It can be taken up to 3 months before your SEP expiry date (if it has not expired).
Chris Kingswood is our FIE (A) and FE(A), and can conduct the following assessments / tests in our T67M260:
SEP Renewal - LPC (Licence Proficiency Check / Skill Test)
FI Revalidation / AOC (Assessment of Competence)
FI Removal of Aerobatics Restriction
Please enquire for pricing for any of the above.