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Multi-Engine Instructor Rating

Some people say that flying a multi-engine aircraft is one of the most challenging experiences there is. We say, “Wait till you teach students how to fly one!”

To be sure, being a Multi-Engine Instructor is indeed a challenging job, but it is also by far one of the most rewarding, not to mention exciting.

What’s more, if you’re obtaining your Multi-Engine Instructor Rating from Executive Flight Training, LLC, you’re sure to get your credentials easier, faster.

Here at EFT, we make sure that you are more than prepared to meet the qualifications needed to become a Multi-engine instructor. Throughout the course of your training, you will be under the tutelage of our chief flight instructor, a three-decade veteran in the US aviation industry with 38,000 hours of flying time to his credit.

Moreover, we specialize in accelerated training, so you are guaranteed to learn the essentials of multi-engine instruction in less the time than you would with other traditional flight schools.

EFT’s training facility is located within Centennial Airport, in the scenic state of Colorado. For more than 10 years, we have been in the business of producing pilots, including those aiming to train pilots themselves.

For those interested to take the course, program starts every Monday (excluding holidays).

Multi-Engine Add-on

The following are the requirements for getting your Multi-Engine Instructor Rating:

  • Commercial ASEL, AMEL, Instrument AMEL
  • U.S. Passport/Birth Certificate (if not US, we will help on TSA paperwork)
  • 3rd Class Medical. It will be helpful if FAA Written exam is already passed for FIA.
  • Applicant should have current Flight Review, Instrument Proficiency, and have flown 10 hours in the past 90 days.

The FAA also requires that the instructor/applicant have a minimum of 15 hours PIC experience in multi-engine aircraft at the time of the check ride for the Initial Multi-Engine Instructor Rating. The times shown below are the minimum for the applicant who has previous multi-engine flight time and current proficiency in Multi-Engine and Instrument Flying.

Option A Requires CFI and more than 8 hours Multi-Engine PIC

Flight Time Included:

7 hours of Piper Turbo-Seminole

Cost:     $5,995.

AST-300 FTD:

Up to 10 hours

Ground Instruction:

Up to 5 days (combined with flight and FTD schedule)

Goal:

 MEI (Add-on)

Option B Requires applicant to have CFI.

Flight Time Included:

15 hours of Piper Turbo-Seminole

Cost:    $6,995

AST-300 FTD:

Up to 10 hours

Ground Instruction:

Up to 6 days (combined with flight and FTD schedule)

Goal:

MEI (Add-on)

Option C  This is the Program will provide Commercial AMEL and Multi-Engine Instructor if you have had no prior multi-engine experience! You will be ready to progress to higher levels.

Flight Time Included:

20 Hours of Piper Turbo-Seminole

Cost:   $11,995

Simulator Time:

Up to 10 hours in AST-300

Ground Instruction:

Up to 11 days of ground/flight/ simulator

Goal

AMEL, MEI (Initial)


Executive Flight Training
13000 East Control Tower Rd. Ste. 208
Centennial Airport
Englewood, CO 80112

Phone: 303-799-7735
Fax: 303-799-4826
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