Multi-Engine Training Coming Soon
Aviation is currently expanding its flight operations to
encompass Multi-Engine Training.
We feel there is a need for basic and advanced
multi-engine training in the DFW area for an
affordable cost. Now,
affordable and aviation have never been very synonymous
with one another, but we believe that with our performance
twin, we can offer multi-engine
training packages at a significant savings over other
flight schools operating more expensive aircraft.
To remain on the cutting edge, rest assured that
our aircraft has had a number of performance upgrades and
has an updated avionics package so you will be training in
an advanced cockpit environment.
Add the multi-engine (ME)
rating to any pilot certificate - Private, Commercial or
ATP. At a minimum you must hold at least a
Private Pilot Certificate. There is no written test
or minimum training hour requirement for the ME rating.
The rating is added to your pilot certificate upon
completion of our training course and a check ride with an
FAA Designated examiner. Once your training is
complete, you will be scheduled with our on staff examiner
to simplify the check ride process. The check ride
is both an oral and flight test.
privileges can also be included with your rating by
completing the appropriate requirements as listed in the
practical test standards at the time of your check ride.
We offer a basic
multi-engine training package that will prepare you to
pass your flight test and more advanced packages to
provide training in the advanced systems of a modern twin.
We also have hour-builder packages if you need to build 25
or 50 hours for your resume or to meet your insurance
packages are a definite bargain over other local DFW
schools hourly rental rates.
If you are pursuing a
Professional Flying Career then you must know that
multi-engine time counts.
It has been said that Multi-Engine time is
everything for the commercial pilot, and this adage holds
true when seeking that first flying job. The more
multi-engine time you have the better your chances are at
securing a pilot position in a 135 or 121 operation.
We can help you attain this valuable multi-time!
Flight training consists of
dual instruction and will be done in a modern twin
representative of the GA fleet.
The multi-engine training starts with conventional
air work, take-offs and landings, and a review of the
aircraft systems. The focus then shifts to engine out
procedures - identify, restart or secure, and then single
engine maneuvers and landings. For instrument privileges,
the training includes single engine approaches (ILS, VOR,
NDB), landings, and missed approach considerations.