Multi-Engine Rating

Privileges & Limitations

  • FAA qualified to fly aircraft with two engines.
  • Multi-engine ratings are available with VFR-only limitations and private pilot limitations. An instrument add-on must be obtained to fly IFR in a multi-engine aircraft. A commercial rating must be obtained to fly for hire.
  • Aircraft that are larger than 12,500 lbs or are turbojet powered require a type rating.

 

Requirements

  • Complete a Cessna study course. (No written test is required)
  • Receive and log training from an authorized instructor.
  • Pass an FAA practical test. (There will be a flight examiner fee)

 

Additional Info

  • Accelerated training is recommend for this course.
  • Complex currency is recommended.
  • Instrument proficiency is recommended for IFR course.
  • This aircraft is available for training purposes only.

* Headsets are available for rental if you do not have your own pair. Ask us about our headset rental program.


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