Larger planes generally have two engines, can fly longer distances and carry more passengers. More capability makes a twin engine rating the next step in your progression as a pilot.
- Hold a valid private pilot certificate or commercial rating
- Have a valid 3rd Class Medical
- Must be 17 years old
- You must be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English Language
- Completed and logged the appropriate ground and flight training for the multi engine rating.
- Operate the aircraft to FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS)
- Pass the FAA Oral and Practical Exam
- No minimum flight hours required
- Since there are no minimum flight hours required to qualify for the FAA exam, you must demonstrate the ability to operate the aircraft to FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS). This is generally obtained in 8-15 hours of ground and flight training.
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