Now that you have conquered single-engine flying, why not get your Multi-Engine rating? Feel the power and speed of two engines at your fingertips. To enroll in the Multi-Engine course, you must possess a Private Pilot Certificate.
FAA Part 61 Multi-Engine Pilot Course ESTIMATED COST
|Flight Time||Piper Seneca I|
|15 Hours in Aircraft N16292||$3,510||$3,900|
|15 Hours Flight Instructor||$837||$930|
|5 Hours Pre/Post Flight Instruction||$279||$310|
|1.5 Hours FAA Check Flight Seneca||$351||$390|
|Practical Test Prep Material|
|Pilot Training Study Materials||$74||$82|
|FAA Practical Test||$450||$450|
|Discount Package Purchase ($5,000)|
*Premier members placing a minimum of $5,000 on account you will receive a 5% additional credit. You can do more.
Non-refundable contract required.
You must be currently enrolled in a multi-engine pilot program with a current Premier Flight Plan membership to be eligible.
|Premier Flight Plan Annual Membership Fee||$495||—|
|Sales Tax (Aircraft, Supplies, Premier Fee)||$421||$415|
|Total Estimated Course Cost||$6,167||$6,477|
Hours are as suggested by the FAA approved Multi-Engine Training Syllabus and are for guidance only. It is possible to meet the Practical Test Standards in fewer hours resulting in a lower total costs.
The above prices are an average estimate. Your actual costs may vary up or down due to previous experience, individual skills, weather conditions, your flying frequency and/or additional special needs training.
Prices do not include occasional fuel surcharges during volatile fuel pricing.
All rentals include fuel and limited insurance.
Prices effective January 1, 2013 and are subject to change without notice.