What can you do with a multi-engine rating? Well,
it allows you to break out of the world of single engine aircraft. You get your
chance to finally fly what most people consider a real airplane. More than one
engine, high performance, fast and usually decked out for instrument flying.
Along with the benefits of a multi-engine there are some challenges. Like how
the aircraft performs and handles after the failure of one engine. In addition
to the non-normal procedures of single engine flying, normal operations can be
challenging at first due to the speed and complexity of multi-engine aircraft.
Depending on what type of aircraft you do your
multi in, it may be your first exposure to such advanced systems as
turbo-charged engines, auto-pilots, ice-protection, weather radar, GPS and more.
The kind of bells and whistles that make pilots salivate. All of these are of
importance as the aircraft you fly professionally down road are going be
equipped with these advanced systems.
By now if your looking into obtaining your
multi-engine rating your are well aware of the fact that with an extra engine,
more ponies under the cowling, and all those nifty toys in the cockpit your
going to have to pay quite a bit more per hour than when you got your private.
However it doesn't take 60hrs of flying to get your multi rating. Hence the
creation of this website! In addition to providing you resources to get you
through your training we will soon be adding a web-based search engine that
allows you to search airports in your area for the best price on aircraft
rentals. Because we all know that the key to getting that first corporate or
airline job is to get the flight time and more importantly, multi-engine flight
Follow the links below to find our more about FAA
requirements to get your multi-engine license as well as valuable training
resources and help finding the right multi to do your training.