Are you bored with single engine aircraft? If you would like to earn your multiengine rating or need to build multiengine time, Lanier Flight center can help. We have a 1978 Piper Seminole to affordably meet your multiengine training or time building needs.
Requirements for the Atlanta Multiengine Rating:
A person who applies for a private pilot certificate with an airplane category and multiengine class rating must log at least 40 hours of flight time that includes at least 20 hours of flight training from an authorized instructor and 10 hours of solo flight training in the areas of operation listed in 61.107(b)(2) of this part, and the training must include at least:
- 3 hours of cross-country flight training in a multiengine airplane;
- 3 hours of night flight training in a multiengine airplane that includes:
- One cross-country flight of over 100 nautical miles total distance; and
- 10 takeoffs and 10 landings to a full stop (with each landing involving a flight in the traffic pattern) at an airport.
- 3 hours of flight training in a multiengine airplane on the control and maneuvering of an airplane solely by reference to instruments, including straight and level flight, constant airspeed climbs and descents, turns to a heading, recovery from unusual flight attitudes, radio communications, and the use of navigation systems/facilities and radar services appropriate to instrument flight;
- 3 hours of flight training with an authorized instructor in a multiengine airplane in preparation for the practical test, which must have been performed within the preceding 2 calendar months from the month of the test; and
- 10 hours of solo flight time in an airplane consisting of at least:
- 5 hours of solo cross-country time;
- One solo cross country flight of 150 nautical miles total distance, with full-stop landings at three points, and one segment of the flight consisting of a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles between the takeoff and landing locations; and
- Three takeoffs and three landings to a full stop (with each landing involving a flight in the traffic pattern) at an airport with an operating control tower.
If you already have your private pilot’s license, then all you have to do is complete the requirements that specify “in a mulitengine airplane”. Learn more about Atlanta Flight Training at Lanier Flight Center and get your multiengine rating at the Cessna Pilot Center near you.