Twin Cities Multi-Engine Flight Training
Twin Cities Flight Training offers training for pilots who want to obtain their multi-engine rating. Students can experience flying a more powerful aircraft that offers greater speed, power, and rate of climb. Managing a more complex aircraft will improve your skills and give you a greater appreciation for flying.
Each of our Chapter 141 and Chapter 61 flight courses is FAA approved and adhere to all industry standards and regulations. You will learn under highly-qualified, FAA-certified flight instructors with thousands of hours of logged flight time. They have the training and experience necessary to teach any student regardless of the students’ skill levels.
Why Pursue Multi-Engine Flight Training
A multi-engine rating allows you to fly a heavier and more complex class of aircraft with multiple engines farther and higher than other aircraft. Both the class and the experience of flying a multi-engine plane will improve your skills as a pilot. A multi-engine rating also provides greater career opportunities including flight instruction.
To find out more about our flight school, or to sign up for courses, contact us today at 763.780.4375.
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Hold a Private pilot certificate
- Be able to read, speak, and understand the English language
- Hold a valid third-class medical certificate
- Pass a knowledge test and practical test
There are no minimum FAA requirements for a multi-engine certificate. However, most students average 10-15 hours of ground instruction, including classroom instruction techniques, before achieving competency as set forth in the FAA Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards. Each Individual may require more or less time depending on past experience, knowledge, and currency.
There are no minimum FAA requirements for the multi-engine certificate. However, most students average 15 hours of Flight instruction, including classroom instruction techniques, before achieving competency as set forth in the FAA Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards. Each Individual may require more or less time depending on past experience, knowledge, and currency.
Sign Up for Flight Courses and Become a Pilot Today!
If you are ready to learn how to fly in Minnesota and beyond, contact Twin Cities Flight Training today. Our classes are specifically designed to help you fly safely while improving your skills.
To sign up for our flight courses, call us today at 763.780.4375, or fill out the enrollment form on our contact page.