Multi-Engine Add-On

Now that you can fly a single-engine airplane, let’s take it to the next best thing. Learn how to fly a multi-engine airplane.

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  • Be at least 16 years old to fly solo.
  • Be at least 17 years old to receive your pilot certificate.
  • Read, speak, and understand English.
  • Hold at least a third-class medical or Basic Med Certificate for private certificate.
  • Must already have a minimum of Private Pilot ASEL.

Required Hours

  • Plan on 10hrs. If you're done sooner, we'll sign you off. As a general rule, We are comfortable telling you you're ready for the check-ride before you think you are.
  • We normally schedule your check-ride with the DPE then you can come out 3 days prior and we will work together to get you ready. of course, this is subject to weather cooperating with us.
  • Prior to your arrival, we will send you a study guide and the POH.
  • You do not have to pass a written test.
  • Previous students have said this was the most fun and easiest check-ride they have taken. On the flying portion, you will need to do a single engine instrument approach and landing.
  • We have 2 twin-engine airplanes for redundancy and we are working on a third.

Estimated Costs

  • $3,500 - 10 hrs Flight Time
  • $750 - 10 hrs Flight Instruction
  • $225 - 03 hrs Ground Instruction
  • $950 - Examiner’s Fee

$5,425 - Estimated Total

Estimated Costs are based on $350/hr Wet for the aircraft and $75/hr for the Instructor.