What is BFC Advanced?
BFC Advanced is actually the original BFC course when the program was created in 2005. It focuses more on the IFR part with specific emphasis on VOR and NDB tracking, holding and approaches.
With the need for the BFC methods in even an earlier stage of the training, BFC VFR was derived from the original BFC course using the same proven concept but adapted to VFR flying. To make the distinction between the courses, it was renamed to BFC Advanced.
The basics for the BFC-concept were created by
airline pilots with extensive instructional background
in airline and general aviation, B737 & A320 instructor and founder of BFC Jean de Clercq (middle), B737 instructor Xavier Jensen (right) and A320 instructor Ken Evens (left).
Together they perfected the BFC course and created
the well proven one method - all aircraft concept by translating the way big jets are flown into light aircraft. Their goal is to make commercial aviation safer by making the BFC-concept know worldwide.