Paul Hamilton is one of the first persons to become a DPE (Designated Pilot Examiner) for sport pilots. As a full-time author and sport pilot expert, he writes books and produces DVD's for Aviation Supplies and Academics (ASA). Now Paul has graciously agreed to answer your questions here. Thanks Paul! For more information about Paul, please visit www.Paul-Hamilton.com and www.Sport-Pilot-Training.com.
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Absolutely! The only constraints for a flight review have to do with category and class. If the LSA is in the proper category and class (say, for example, ASEL), then a pilot completing a flight review in it is good to go for the next 24 calendar months in ASEL. There is nothing in the FARs that says the CFI needs to have a current medical.
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