The Multi-Engine rating can be commenced at any stage, however is normally completed at the end of the training for the commercial licence and instrument rating. Students need a minimum of 150 hours and must have passed all theoretical examinations in order to commence their multi rating. The requirements are a minimum of 6 hours for the initial rating. When training is combined with the instrument rating, these hours are increased to 15 hours. The training is done on a Piper Twin Comanche. Final testing is completed by a SACAA Designated Examiner.
** MULTI ENGINE RATING **
|Flying a multi engine aircraft is a cornerstone of being a Commercial Pilot, and ensures the new CPL individual is as marketable as possible in the General Aviation market place. It is highly recommended that a pilot obtain this rating.|
Requirements for the issue of a (VFR) Multi-Engine Class rating:
Requirements for the issue of a (IF) Multi-Engine Class rating:
If a multi engine instrument rating is sought, you must also meet the requirements for the multi engine instrument rating, as listed previously. This training is in addition to the 6 hours above. This training may be incorporated into your Commercial licence preparation. Of course all of the Commercial Examinations and Instrument training must have been completed before the actual Skills test is carried out.
Price and Info
- Price : 6000 $
- 33 FH , Including simulator Hours