Multi Add ons to your PPL CPL-FAA

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Is your goal to be an airline or corporate pilot? Do you need the required multi engine flight time? Most commuter airlines require you to have at least one hundred hours of twin engine flight time and do not accept safety pilot flight time. Multi engine time building is one of the most important and expensive tasks that aspiring commercial pilots must undertake. The requirements for a multi-engine rating differ for Private Pilot License and Commercial Pilot License Add-on to Private Pilot License Requirements Must have at least 3 hours of cross-country flight training in a multiengine airplane. Must have at least 3 hours of night flight training in a multiengine airplane. Must have at least 3 hours of instrument flight training in a multiengine airplane. Must have at least 3 hours of training in preparation for the practical test. Must be capable of performing all private maneuvers in a multi-engine aircraft. Must receive an endorsement from an instructor certifying that the applicant is prepared for the practical test. Must pass a practical flight test with a Designated Flight Examiner. Privileges & Limitations May fly a multi-engine aircraft with private pilot privileges. A high performance endorsement is required to fly a multi-engine aircraft having engines over two hundred horsepower. Add-on to Commercial Pilot Certificate Requirements Must have at least 2 hours of day VFR cross-country training time. Must have at least 2 hours of night VFR cross-country training. Must have at least one cross-country flight of not less than 300 nautical miles. Must have at least 5 hours of instrument training. Must have at least 10 hours in a multi-engine aircraft with retractable gear, flaps, and a constant speed prop. Must have at least 5 hours at night with 10 takeoffs and landings at a controlled field. Must have at least 3 hours of training in preparation for the practical test. Must be capable of performing all commercial maneuvers in a multi-engine aircraft. Must receive an endorsement from an instructor certifying that the applicant is prepared for the practical test. Privileges & Limitations May fly a multi-engine aircraft with commercial pilot privileges. A high performance endorsement is required to fly a multi-engine aircraft having engines over two hundred horsepower. Non-instrument rated pilots have very limited commercial flight privileges.
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