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Multi Engine Rating and Time Training

Multi Engine TrainingMulti Engine Rating allows the pilot to control an aircraft with more than one engine. Multi Engine teaches about more complex aircraft systems and the aerodynamics associated with multiple engines. Regardless of whether a pilot wants to fly a personal multi-engine aircraft or an advanced Boeing 777 for a large airline, a multi-engine rating is an absolute must.

General And Basic Requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Hold at least a private pilot certificate.
  • Knowledge of  English language
  • No minimum hourly requirement
  • Pass a practical test.

NOTE: Requirements vary, please inquiry within the school or place you will attend to get your training.

Instructional Areas Covered

  • Aircraft systems
  • Multi-engine aerodynamics
  • Normal procedures
  • Single Engine procedures
  • Abnormal and emergency procedures
  • Multi-Engine Maneuvers

Multi Engine Time Building Programs

If you live or plan to visit South Florida, visit Aviator Flight Training Academy in Fort Pierce Florida. Aviator offers “Twin-Time” program with 100 hours of Multi-Engine flight time anywhere within the Continental United States and the Caribbean. Aviators twin time program operates 24 hours-a-day, (24×7)  rain or shine.

Instrument meteorological conditions (IMC), sometimes referred to as blind flying, is an aviation flight category that describes weather conditions that normally require pilots to fly primarily by reference to instruments, and therefore under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), rather than by outside visual references under Visual Flight Rules (VFR). Typically, this means flying in cloud, bad weather or at night. Pilots normally train to fly in these conditions with the aid of products like Blockalls, which simulate zero visibility.

Lacking actual IMC flight time? Aviator encourages flights into IMC. There, they operate a fleet of 14 Beechcraft Duchess, the majority of which are fully equipped with weather radar, Garmin 430, HSI, DME, and Intercoms. Fleet of aircraft are now being converted to EFIS systems “Glass Cockpit”

Airplanes are maintained under 100-hour inspection programs which are provided by our own maintenance facility. If you are interested in acquiring additional ratings, please call the office for a quote.

If you are taking a commercial flight to Florida, please make arrangements to arrive at either the West Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI) or Orlando International (KMCO) and Aviator academy will pick you up.

Aviator accepts MasterCard and Visa (with a 4% surcharge), cashier checks and money orders. No CASH is accepted. Payment schedule will be two equal payments. A $ 500.00 non-refundable deposit is required for these packages, which will be applied to your flight training account.

Housing is available on campus at a rate of $35.00 per day or $650.00 per month (one person per bedroom). Shared rooms are also available at a reduced rate.

For additional training, programs, and classes available at Aviator, please visit the website.

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