Piper Seminole Flying

Multi-Engine Rating

Attend the nation’s premier accelerated multi-engine program. No other accelerated program will get you your commercial multi add-on as effectively.

Get Your Commercial Multi-Engine Add-On Rating in
3-4 Days

Dozens of students complete our 3 to 4-day multi-engine program every single month. If you need to get your multi add-on as quickly and efficiently as possible, this is the program for you.

Before your program begins you’ll attend our online prep course that will teach you multi-engine systems, procedures, maneuvers, and performance. Day one and two of your program are made up of rigorous flight training with your checkride on day three or four depending on weather and scheduling.

Accelerated Multi-Engine Training


Timeframe

3-4 Days

Price

Starting at $5,500

Accelerated Commercial Multi-Engine Add-On Program Includes:

  • Pre-program online ground course to prepare you for training and your checkride.
  • 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.
  • Checkride with a DPE on staff.
  • The fuel surcharge is included in the price above.

Accelerated Multi-Engine Features:

  • Accelerated training schedule to fit into only a long weekend out of your busy schedule.
  • DPE is ready for you on day 3 or 4 – no need to wait months for a checkride! And the DPE fee is included in the price.
  • Train at North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI) – Built on the former Perrin Air Force Base site, this 9,000 ft runway lets you get in the air and start training immediately in controlled, uncongested airspace.

What You’ll Need to Begin

  • Commercial Pilot Single Engine Certificate
  • Must be instrument current
  • 3rd class (or higher) FAA medical certificate
  • Passport OR birth certificate
  • Driver’s license
  • TSA approval if not a US citizen
  • Multi-Engine Rental Insurance
  • Affordable housing is available.

A simulator is available for additional training on procedures, systems, and maneuvers at your convenience.

Request More Information on Multi-Engine Training

Fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to address any of your questions and share more information about our 3-4 day multi-engine program.

Multi-Engine Rating Frequently Asked Questions

Why complete your multi-engine rating with Thrust Flight?

  • Personalized training and attention to students
  • Collaborative and enjoyable atmosphere
  • Passionate and skilled instructors dedicated to helping students
  • Accelerated Multi-Engine training to get your career and jump start sooner

How to get a multi-engine rating?

A multi-engine rating is required if you want to work for an airline. And most professional pilot positions will have you flying a multi-engine plane. This rating allows you the be a pilot-in-command of any aircraft with more than one engine. The quality of your education for a multi-engine rating is critical since this rating is one of the most challenging.

  1. Eligibility
    To obtain your multi-engine rating you are required to have already earned a private pilot certificate. For our 3-4 day program, we also require students to have a commercial certificate and to be instrument current before you arrive.
  2. Education
    For a multi-engine rating, there isn’t an FAA written exam. Instead, you’ll need to complete a multi-engine training course. Here at Thrust Flight, we offer accelerated multi-engine training that focuses on the student’s need to make sure they’re receiving the proper education to complete their multi-engine rating.
  3. Checkride
    Once you’re properly trained in handling a multi-engine aircraft, you’ll put your new knowledge to the test for a checkride. At Thrust we have certified DPEs on staff so you won’t have to wait months to get your multi-engine certification.

5-Day Multi-Engine Rating

Currently Unavailable

The 5-Day Multi-engine rating program is currently unavailable.

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.


5 Day Multi-Engine Flight Training Program Includes:

  • Pre-program online ground course to prepare you for training and your checkride.
  • 10 hrs. of flight instruction in one of Thrust Flight’s Piper Seminoles
  • 9 hrs. personalized ground instruction
  • 3 hrs. of simulator time

Prerequisites:

  • 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
  • Must be instrument current

The multi-engine rating is an additional aircraft class rating. A person who applies for an additional class rating on a pilot certificate:

  • 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.

Planning on Flying Twin Engines? Time for Some Multi-Engine Training.

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.

4 Day Multi-Engine Instructor

Currently Unavailable

The 4 Day Multi-engine instructor program is currently unavailable.

4 Day MEI Training Program Includes:

  • Pre-program online ground course to prepare you for training and your checkride.
  • 6 hrs. of flight instruction in one of Thrust Flight’s Piper Seminoles (Must come with 9 hours PIC time)
  • 7.5 hrs. personalized ground instruction
  • DPE fee is not included in this program

Prerequisites:

  • Must have 9 hours of PIC time
  • Must complete online ground training before first day
  • 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
  • Must be instrument current

The MEI rating is an additional rating on your flight instructor certificate. A person who applies for an additional rating:

  • 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