The Multi-Engine Rating allows pilots to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine. This rating may be added to a Private Pilot License either with or without instrument privileges (if you hold them already) or to a Commercial Pilot License, either as an initial or add-on.
To enroll in the Multi-Engine Rating Course, you must hold a valid Private Pilot License with an airplane category rating and a single engine land category rating. To add instrument privileges in the multi-engine aircraft, the student must hold a current Instrument Rating. The Private Pilot must hold a valid Class 3 FAA medical certificate. Finally, you must complete an oral and flight test covering items selected by the FAA designated examiner.
- There is no hourly requirement or written examination
- Must pass a checkride with an FAA designated examiner or FAA examiner
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