Multi Engine Rating
The multi-engine rating teaches you to fly twin engine
airplanes. If you are looking for a VFR only rating,
you can expect to take your check ride in about 10
training hours. If you are planning on obtaining a
multi-engine rating with instrument privileges, then
expect to spend closer to 20 hour training. It is
dependent upon how current and competent you are
as an instrument pilot. Unlike the Private Pilot,
Instrument or Commercial ratings, there is no written
exam for a Multi-Engine, just flight training and a check
ride. I have prepared a ground school for the rating that
take about 5 hours.Your plane or mine, your location
or mine, it’s the same process.
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