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Multi Engine Instrument Rating

Extend your options with a Multi Engine Instrument Rating.

An ideal extension to your qualifications.  The ability to operate a multi engine aircraft opens up a range of career opportunities including charter flying, aero ambulance work, and utlimately airline opportunities.

 

If you want to fly higher, farther and faster, you'll need an airplane multi engine rating in addition to your PPL or CPL.  The multi engine rating is also a necessary step for any professional pilot, and is known to be one of the more enjoyable training programs during professional pilot training.

An applicant for a multi engine rating is usually already a private or commercial pilot. Rarely will a student pilot choose to obtain a PPL in a multi engine aircraft.

 

 

There is a misconception that a multi engine aircraft is "safer" than a single-engine airplane. After all, isn't redundancy a good thing? In most cases, yes; but some twin engine aircraft can actually be challenging to control when an engine fails. The multi engine rating, therefore, focuses a lot of attention on aircraft control, performance, and single engine operations in addition the usual training topics.

Beyond systems, controllability and performance, a multi engine rating is pretty simple. While it is more costly to train in a twin engine aircraft, the training is necessary for a professional pilot, and obviously important for the aircraft owner who wants to gain performance, payload, passenger space and speed.

 

No Exams!

If you already have a PPL or CPL there are no additional requirements, other than an instructor endorsement verifying you've had the necessary training needed for a multi engine rating.

There is no CAA written exam for a multi engine add-on rating; you'll only need to study the multi engine knowledge (performance, aerodynamics, single-engine performance, emergency operations, etc.) for your checkride.

 

Please contact us and we will discuss options with you.

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