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 Phase III – Pre-Commercial requirements below:
- 15 Dual Flight Hours*
- 35 Solo Flight Hours*
- 5 Redbird Simulator
- Commercial Ground School
Students then complete Phase IV – Commercial Multi-Engine course requirements:
- 20 Dual Flight Hours*
- 5 Hours Redbird Simulator*
- Ground Instruction (Pre/Post)
- 2 Check Ride Hours*
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. Phase III pricing is based on Cessna 152, height and weight limitations apply.