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Operate aircraft with more than one engine

Multi-Engine Rating

Course Overview

A Multi Engine Rating is a pilot rating that qualifies you to fly as pilot-in-command (PIC) of any aircraft with more than one engine. It is a necessary pilot certification add-on for any aspiring pilot to advance to the airlines, or to increase their overall marketability in the aviation workforce.

You’ll be able to fly both small and big twins, while the training with our C310R will make you proficient in operating any twin-engine aircraft.

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Time and hours



ground school


flight training
The course typically takes 1 week to complete and can be delivered on a full-time or ad-hoc basis.


£ 3,420

Including ground school, excluding landing fees

Course Syllabus

Flight training

The flight training syllabus consists of:

  • 2 hours 30 minutes dual instruction under normal, multi-engine flight conditions
  • 3 hours 30 minutes of dual instruction on engine failures and asymmetric flight techniques.

Ground training

The syllabus of theoretical knowledge includes the following:

  • Detailed listing for aeroplane structure and equipment;
  • Normal operation of systems and malfunctions;
  • Limitations;
  • Performance;
  • Flight planning;
  • Load and balance and servicing;
  • Emergency procedures;

Aircraft we use

We fly this course in one of our 3xCessna 310R – these are great aircraft for training, which will require from you slightly more engagement at the beginning, but will ensure that you’re well trained for any other twin-engine aircraft. We guarantee professional tuition and training, with the option for later solo hire.

Book your Multi-Engine Rating course

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Before starting the course, the candidate must have a valid PPL (A) or CPL (A) with a minimum of 70 hours of Pilot in Command time.

Tests & Examinations

Practical & Theoretical test

During course, you must complete a written exam (consisting of multiple-choice questions) with a passing mark of 75%. Upon completion of course, you’ll have to undertake a skills test with a CAA-approved examiner, that we will arrange for you.

Ready to fly with us?

Contact us and start your Multi-Engine Rating course with us today!