A multi engine rating is just that: a certificate that allows pilots to operate an aircraft with more than one engine. It is an add-on to an already existing commercial, private, or ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) license or certificate. Multi engine ratings are exciting because they allow pilots to have a different experience in the air: aircraft performance is highly improved, as well as an increase in speed, power, and climbing rate.

Multi-Engine details

  • Student will collect 15 Hours according to the Instrumnet flight rules (IFR), it's one of two sets of regulations governing all aspects of civil aviation aircraft operations.
  • Student will collect 5 Hours according to the Visual flight rules, it's the rules that govern the operation of aircraft in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) (conditions in which flight solely by visual reference is possible)

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