Multi Engine Rating CourseLearning to Fly Heavy Metal
Why Get a Multi Engine Rating?
A Multi Engine Rating allows you to fly a new class of aircraft. Often heavier, and more complex, flying with more than one engine for some is simply a challenge to be conquered, for others the pathway to more reliable transportation or an aviation career. Regarless or your motivation, you will find a Multi Engine Rating a fun and rewarding way to expand your flying experience.
What is Involved?
The details of what is required to earn your Multi Enging Rating are in the sidebar at right. Essentially you have to receive the appropriate training on how to operate an aircraft and take a flight with an examiner. There is not a specific number of hours specified. We find it takes about 10 flight hours to master the required tasks.
Why Learn at HOVA?
At HOVA you can get your mult engine rating for only $4,185. We can do this because our modern, docile, twin engine Tecnam P2006T has much lower operating costs than the old aircraft most flight schools use for multi engine training.
Our Our Multi Engine Course can be completed in a three day weekend, making it efficient as well as economical.
You also have a choice between aircraft with analog and glass (G1000) instrumentation.
The Tecnam P2006T
FAA Requirements for Multi Engine Rating
- Must have an endorsement in logbook or training record from an authorized instructor and that endorsement must attest that the applicant has been found competent in the aeronautical knowledge areas appropriate to the pilot certificate for the aircraft class rating sought;
- Must have an endorsement in logbook or training record from an authorized instructor, and that endorsement must attest that the applicant has been found proficient in the areas of operation appropriate to the pilot certificate for the aircraft class rating sought;
- Must pass the required practical test that is appropriate to the pilot certificate for the aircraft class rating sought;
- Need not meet the specified training time requirements prescribed by FAA that apply to the pilot certificate for the aircraft class rating sought unless the person holds a lighter-than-air category rating with a balloon class rating and is seeking an airship class rating and
- Need not take an additional knowledge test, provided the applicant holds an airplane, rotorcraft, powered-lift, or airship rating at that pilot certificate level.
Multi Engine Rating Add-on CourseThis course can be taken as an add-on to an existing Single Engine Private Pilot, Commercial or ATP preparation. There is no written test requirement. Allow four days of time. Please note that Private pilots without an instrument rating are very likely to need additional time. All candidates must be proficient and current for their existing flight certifications prior to the start of the course.
|Aircraft Rental||10 hours|
|Flight Instruction||10 hours|
|Ground Instruction||15 Hours|
|Price Using a Tecnam Twin (P2006T)||$4,590 Cash/Check/ACH|
|$4,845 Credit Card|