Ready to start flying bigger planes? A multi-engine rating is a must-have for any pilot pursuing a career in aviation. With your multi rating you can start building hours to meet airline multi-engine minimums.
Planning on Flying Twin Engines? Time for Some Multi-Engine Training.
Pilots with a multi-engine rating enjoy the incredible improvement in the performance and capabilities of multi-engine aircraft. Our multi-engine programs focus on flight in both visual (VFR) and instrument (IFR) meteorological conditions.
While technically, there is no minimum number of instruction hours required for this rating, it does require an instructor endorsement of safety and proficiency before the final checkride.
Accelerated Multi-Engine Training
Accelerated Multi-Engine Flight Training Program Includes:
- Up to 7 hrs. of multi-engine flight time
- A one on one mock oral with your instructor
- Pre/post-flight debrief time with your instructor
- Need a place to stay while you train? Housing is available at an affordable rate.
- All training is done in pairs.
Accelerated Multi-Engine Features:
- Accelerated training schedule to fit into only a long weekend out of your busy schedule
- Guaranteed quick and easy checkride scheduling – no need to waste a month scrambling to find a DPE!
- Train at North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI) – This quiet airport will allow you to spend less time taxiing and waiting for other planes and more time in the air
- No hidden fees
- No fuel surcharges
- DPE fee included
What You’ll Need to Begin
- Commercial Pilot Single Engine Certificate.
- 3rd class (or higher) FAA medical certificate
- Passport OR birth certificate
- Driver’s license
- TSA approval if not a US citizen
For those who feel they need it, our Frasca simulator is available.
Multi-Engine Flight Training Program Includes:
- 10 hrs. of flight instruction in one of Thrust Flight’s Piper Seminoles
- 9 hrs. personalized ground instruction
- 3 hrs. of simulator time
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be able to read, write, and converse fluently in English
- Hold BasicMed or a 3rd class (or higher) FAA medical certificate
The multi-engine rating is an additional aircraft class rating. A person who applies for an additional class rating on a pilot
- Must have a logbook or training record endorsement from an authorized instructor attesting that the person was found competent in the appropriate aeronautical knowledge areas and proficient in the appropriate areas of operation.
- Must pass the practical test.
There are no specified minimum training time requirements, and there is no additional knowledge test that must be taken
Multi-Engine Rating Frequently Asked Questions
Ready to start multi-engine pilot training? Give us a call or fill out our contact form and we’ll help you decide which program is right for you.