The multi-engine aircraft rating is the highest point for all commercial and private pilots. Without this rating, pilots are allowed to fly only single-engine aircraft, which are limited in power, capacity, and spaciousness.
Without the Multi-Engine Rating any commercial pilot is significantly limited in the selection of possible employer. The private pilot will have difficulty finding a proper single engine aircraft capable of a long flight with his family and luggage.
In addition, twin-engine aircraft give you more possibilities in case of engine failures. All such aircraft are designed so that it’s possible to continue normal flight and reach the closest airport in case one engine fails. This requires an attentive and skilled pilot.
Our Multi-Engine aircraft training program includes from three to seven flight hours, depending upon the experience and progress of the student, and seven to ten theoretical hours.
Some training flights can be performed using our RedBird simulator. It simulates the procedures of one engine shutdown and startup during the flight, take-off with one engine, landing the aircraft (including instrument approach) with only one working engine.
All mentioned procedures are repeated during the real flight on the aircraft. We use our twin-engine Piper Seneca II aircraft for training flights. Its turbocharged engines have 200 hp each. They allow us not only to perform safe horizontal flight, but also to make the climb. This aircraft is equipped with GPS and an autopilot, which makes it a good choice for training future airline pilots for airlines all around the world.[/tg_program]
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