McSpadden also calls out the power of recurrent training, and how type-specific training flows through all levels of aircraft, from piston singles to single-pilot jets. The Air Safety Institute launched in 2018 the Focused Flight Review program, partnering with a consortium of industry groups, including GAMA, EAA, the Recreational Aviation Foundation and the Seaplane Pilots Association. The FFR provides seven different profiles for pilots to use during a flight review that dive deeply into how they fly and address key elements for discussion and practice. “Insurance companies love it because it is so specific,” says McSpadden. It’s clear that, in the current market, those pilots who demonstrate a commitment to conscientious operations will weather the changes the best—a positive outcome for everyone.