As a pilot, having your multi-engine rating will expand your ability to fly more than just single-engine aircraft. You can add a multi-engine certificate to both private and commercial pilot certificates.
A person who applies for a multi-engine rating must:
Embark on your journey to obtaining a Multi-Engine Rating with our comprehensive road map, guiding you through every step of the way.
Although a single engine commercial pilot certificate is not required, it is usually the most practical and cost efficient way to attain a multi-engine commercial pilot certificate.
Our Seneca is a complex aircraft, so you will need a complex endorsement either beforehand or during your training.
As many ground instruction and study sessions as needed to prepare for the checkride.
There is no set hour requirement, just however long it takes for proficiency. People are typically around ten hours.
The checkride, just like all others, consists of an oral and flight portion. Now go have twice the fun!
Your most frequently asked questions.
Technically, no. Legally you can even get your private in a multiengine. Most instructors will recommend you do have your Commercial and Instrument beforehand, but it is not a prerequisite.
We are happy to say, we do! We offer an accelerated multi program in Minot and in Grand Forks.
The multi-engine and MEI are two separate ratings. You must complete your multi before your MEI. Talk with your instructor beforehand and let them know your intentions. That way they can adjust the game plan accordingly to help you reach your goals safely and efficiently.