Multi-Engine Training

The Multi-Engine Pilot Certificate is an add-on rating that allows you to fly an aircraft with more than one engine. It’s considered a necessary step for any professional pilot.

ATD’s policy requires the following before beginning multi-engine training:

  • Students must hold a commercial single-engine rating
  • There are no minimum time requirements for the multi-engine land rating; however, you will need an instructor endorsement for flight and ground training prior to taking the checkride.
  • There is no written exam, only an oral exam and practical checkride are required.

Five days of intense training

Training schedule is subject to change based on student's individual needs.
Day One 1
  • Five (5) hours on simulator training in our PFC simulator
  • Eight (8) hours of instruction
Day Two 2
  • Two (2) hours on simulator training in our PFC simulator
  • Two (2) hours in a Piper Aztec
  • Six (6) hours of instruction
Day Three 3
  • Four (4) hours in a Piper Aztec
  • Six (6) hours of instruction
Day Four 4
  • Two (2) hours in a Piper Aztec
  • Four (4) hours of ground training
Day Five 5
  • Checkride (Scheduled in advance to secure DPE)

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  • ATD offers corporate housing 0.8 miles from our school. Photos of the studio can be found here, and it is completely equipped with a full kitchen to make your stay comfortable
  • Note: Housing is offered from Sunday (3pm check-in) to Sunday (11am checkout) as part of the package to allow travel time and extra days for weather
  • ATD also offers access to our Uber account for rides to and from the studio
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