Planning on Flying Twin Engines or More? Time for Some Multi-Engine Training.
1-2 Week Time Frame
Multi-Engine Flight Training Package Includes:
- 10 hrs. of flight instruction in Thrust Flight's Piper Seminole
- 5 hrs. personalized ground instruction
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be able to read, write, and converse fluently in English
- Must hold a Private Pilot License
- Hold at least a current third-class 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 training time requirements, and there is no additional knowledge test that must be taken
Starting from $4,725
Multi-Engine Rating Frequently Asked Questions
Is accelerated multi-engine training available?
Yes, we do offer accelerated multi-engine training. This can typically be accomplished in 4-5 days. Give us a call to see when we have availability to schedule accelerated multi training.
Why get a multi-engine rating?
If you plan on working for an airline, a multi-engine rating is required as well as a minimum number of hours. Even if you aren’t planning to work for the airlines, most professional pilot jobs will inevitably have you flying a multi-engine plane at some point, so it’s a good idea to earn it when you can.
How long does it take to get a multi-engine pilot license?
If you are flying full time you could easily get it done in one week assuming you already have a commercial certificate. If you’re flying part time then it may take 2-3 weeks.
Is there a written test for a multi-engine rating?
If you already have a commercial rating then there is no written test since it is a commercial add on. If, however, you don’t have a commercial rating there is a written exam and it will take longer to complete the rating. Most pilots earn their commercial first and then do their multi-engine training.