Multi Engine Rating Course
Flying a multi-engine aircraft presents new challenges to the pilot. Not only are there two engines to manage, but also there is much higher performance which brings along increased requirements for responsibility and care. Proper training is very important to being a safe, competent, multi-engine aircraft pilot. The multi-engine rating program adds multi-engine privileges to your existing Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate. All necessary ground and flight instruction required by the Multi-Engine Practical Test Standards is included.
The course covers aerodynamics, systems, and procedures focusing on increasing the safety and proficiency levels of pilots. The students are given Type Rating (TR) and Instrument Rating (IR) on a twin engine aircraft. The course curriculum covers airline oriented training in which they learn to fly the airway routes (like the airlines fly), doing instrument approaches and handling simulated emergencies like engine and other system failures.
- Private or Commercial Pilot licencee.
- Current FRTO and COP/RT/R licence.
- Should have passed Pilot’s technical examination (Specific)conducted by DGCA.
- Physical Fitness: Class I Medical (Indian).
- Age:Above 18 years.
- Duration:1 months.
- Fee:As per the current fee charges.
- Certification:DGCA-Ministry of Civil aviation.
Current trend in aviation industry show that the multi engine pilot is in ever increasing demand. Most of the airlines today prefer to recruit CPL holders who have a multi-engine rating. Armed with a multi-engine rating, you would have a definite advantage over single engine CPL holders in securing jobs with any airline.