"Feels good to be back in the sky! Needed that, skies of Virginia, my home state," Peter said in uniform, showing that the cut on his face has healed quite nicely.
"About to knock out, may or may not order Dominos before, but don't judge. All right, night guys."
The airline pilot from Westlake Village, CA, also shared a photo of the plane's cockpit, writing over the image, "Feels sooo good to be back."
Just about two months ago, Peter fell and cut his face in Costa Rica while playing golf, People reported.
Peter reportedly had to delay production in order to receive stitches, as the accident happened while he was filming The Bachelor's 24th season.
In October, Peter was spotted posing for photos with fans while sporting a sizeable bandage on his forehead. Many The Bachelor fans worried about Peter at the time of the incident because reports had exaggerated his injury.
The Bachelor host Chris Harrison therefore confirmed to Fox News at the time, "Peter suffered a freak accident. He got a cut on his head, although he did get stitches, he's 100 percent okay and production is already back underway."