Multi-Engine Rating

Sometimes two is better than one especially in airplanes. Learning to fly a multi-engine aircraft or “twin” brings about a new dimension and set of skills for the pilot.

A multi-engine rating is a key step in the process of becoming an airline pilot.

Train in our advanced turbocharged Seneca III and Seneca V – surely the best-equipped multi-engine trainers around. From advanced avionics to handling turbo chargers, TCAS, de-icing equipment and other advanced systems – they challenge you to become a much more competent pilot on this complex aircraft.

The course includes such topics as multi-engine ground school, basic ground handling and circuits, basic and advanced airwork, in-flight emergencies, incl. full engine shut-down in flight, optional: night flying.

There's no written examination required. And after the multi-engine course by our experienced instructors, the flight test will be a piece of cake! The rating is valid for life and does not require regular renewals.

PRE-REQUISITE: Private Pilot License or higher

AGE: An applicant shall have reached their seventeenth birthday

MEDICAL FITNESS: Be in possession of Category III medical or higher

KNOWLEDGE: 4 hours multi-engine aeroplane ground school instruction.

Thorough understanding of the following:

  • Aircraft Systems
  • Theory of Flight – Multi-engine Aircraft
  • Performance – V Speeds, definitions, performance charts
  • Weight & Balance
  • Human Factors
  • One Engine Inoperative Procedures
  • Abnormal and Emergency Situations

FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: 10 hours dual

SKILL: Applicant shall successfully complete a flight test to Transport Canada Standards

TUITION (Multi and IFR): 12,374 CAD. Tuition does NOT include school supplies.

Note: Transport Canada has set no minimum experience requirement for the multi-engine rating. Your individual time may vary.

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