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Commercial Multi-Engine flight training at its best.

Round out your flight training experience with a credential that will boost your career and open doors of opportunity.

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Commercial Multi-Engine

The completion of a Commercial Multi-Engine Rating permits the holder to act as the Pilot-In-Command of a multi-engine aircraft.  This license also permits pilots to be paid for his or her work.  The ability to operate an aircraft with multiple engines can open professional pilots to a host of additional employment opportunities. And for those who plan to pursue a career as an Airline Transport Pilot, the Commercial Multi-Engine Rating is essential.

Students must first complete the following time building requirements below:
  • 25 Dual Flight Hours*
  • 70 Solo Flight Hours*
  • Ground Instruction (Pre/Post)
  • Cessna Computer Instruction
  • Air Traffic Control Communications
Students then complete the following Commercial Multi-Engine course requirements:
  • 20 Dual Flight Hours*
  • 5 Frasca 142 Hours*
  • Ground Instruction (Pre/Post)
  • Cessna Computer Instruction
  • Air Traffic Control Communications
  • 2 Check Ride Hours*
Single-Engine Commercial (Optional)
For those students desiring to obtain their Single-Engine Commercial rating, CFA offers this for just the cost of the aircraft flight hours and the examiner fee.

We invite you to start your pilot pathway at CFA today by completing the Request Information Form above, or calling us directly at (619) 448-2212.  Or, continue exploring other Programs and Ratings.

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*This represents the average number of hours for a CFA student. Individual hours may vary and more hours may be required depending upon skill level. Please see current Flight Hour Rate Card for additional details.

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“CFA provided me a flight training experience in one of the world’s best environments. Flying out of a controlled airport gives student pilots a lot of exposure to radio communications. By the time we graduate, we have enough confidence to land at any controlled airport.”

- Karan Parasher, CFA Student         

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