This allows a pilot to fly most twin-engine piston aircraft, with a maximum takeoff weight of 5.7 tonnes (12,500 lbs).
The advantages of a twin aircraft are typically higher speeds, higher cruising altitudes, more passenger capability, greater range, and increased safety, in the event of an engine failure.
Student must have at least 70 hours prior flying experience as Pilot In Command (on SEP aircraft)!
Training - Theory:
- Ground training 8 hours
- minimum of 6 hours, of which 3.5 are asymmetric training on a ME-Aircraft
- Written test, covering general multi-engine knowledge, and specific aircraft type knowledge
- Flight test
For syllabus, see CAA-Website!
- ME - theorie - 8 hours
- ME Flight-Training on the Piper Seneca II - 6 hours
including the instructor
- Skill Test
- Landing fees
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