FAA Part 61 – Multi-Engine Rating
Most people who hold a PPL have completed the training only on single engined aircraft. To learn to fly a more complex aircraft, capable of more range, speed and sometimes weight lifting capabilities you will need to move into a twin engined aircraft. To fly a twin a multi engine rating is required.
FAA Multi-Engine Eligibility Requirements
- Be able to speak and understand the English language
- Hold a current FAA Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate (Single Engine Land)
- Hold a current FAA class III medical certificate
- Pass an Oral and Flight test with an FAA Flight Examiner
- 9 hours of dual flight instruction in our Piper Seminole
- 5 hours of ground instruction in preparation for the flight training
Based on a full time course, the ab initio will need 6-7 days to complete depending on the individuals experience and preparation for the course.
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