Multi Engine Rating
The Multi Engine Rating consists of approximately 10 to 12 hours in our Piper Seneca II and one flight in our Redbird Simulator. There is no written exam or minimum TC required time.
Whether you want an IFR Rating to fly in the Cirrus and C172 (Group 3) or a Multi Engine IFR (Group 1) for those aspiring career pilots, we can help you. With our Redbird simulator we are able to have you fly in all kinds of weather at several different airports. We don’t just want you to pass your exams, we want to train you to be the best.
Most of the training will be done in the simulator but a portion of it will be in the aircraft. You will have to write the INRAT with a score of at least 70% then pass a flight test.
Note that with a Groupe 1 rating for multi engine aircrafts, you can also fly IFR in single engine aircrafts.
Transport Canada Requirements:
An applicant shall have completed a minimum of:
- (i) 50 hours of cross-country flight as pilot-in-command in aeroplanes or helicopters of which 10 hours must be in the appropriate category; and
- (ii) 40 hours of instrument time of which a maximum of 20 hours may be instrument ground time. The 40 hours instrument time shall include a minimum of:
- (A) 5 hours of dual instrument flight time acquired from the holder of a flight instructor rating ,
- (B) 5 hours in aeroplanes where the applicant is applying for a Group 1, 2 or 3 instrument rating or in helicopters where the applicant is applying for a Group 4 instrument rating,
- (C) Fifteen (15) hours of dual instrument flight time provided by a qualified person as specified in section 425.21(9); and
(amended 1998/03/23; previous version)
- (D) one dual cross-country flight under simulated or actual IMC conditions of a minimum of 100 nautical miles, the flight to be conducted in accordance with an IFR flight plan to include at, two different locations, an instrument approach to minima.
We offer instructor rating training with a few of our senior instructors. If you are ready to take on this challenge give the club a call to get more info and see who is available to help you become an instructor.
Mountain Check Out
Before flying out to the mountains, book a session with an instructor to go over all the important aspects of flying around the Rockies. This will ensure you have all the knowledge necessary to keep you safe.