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   fixed wing aircraft
 
  all about pilot ratings

 
  choosing a flight school
 
  Recreational Pilot Permit
 
  Private Pilot Licence
 
  Commercial pilot licence
 
  multi engine rating
 
  night rating
 
  floatplane rating requirements
 
  instrument rating
 
  instructor rating
 
  licence conversions

Multi Engine Class Rating

Skill:
In order to obtain a multi-engine class rating, you are required to complete a multi-engine flight test based on the Flight Test Standard Multi Engine Class Rating (T).  This includes center-line thrust aircraft.

Credits for DND applicants:

If you are an active or retired member of the Canadian Forces and are qualified to Pilot Airplane Wings: Standard, you are considered to have met the necessary skill requirements provided you have achieved a minimum of 50 hours PIC flight time in multi-engine airplanes during the 24 months preceding the date of application of rating and have met the requisite standards of the Canadian Forces to act as PIC of multi-engine airplanes in the 24 months preceding the date of application for rating.

Foreign Applicants:

Those with a Pilot License - Aeroplane category from another country have met the prerequisite skill requirements if they have a minimum of 50 hours PIC flight time in multi-engine airplanes or have met the standards of that country in obtaining this rating during the 12 months preceding the date of their application.
 

 
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