Multi-Engine Training

Why do multi-engine training?

Flight training is aimed at single-pilot operation of aircraft types. Training can be customised to comply with your company’s Standard Operating Procedures.

What does the course involve?

A typical endorsement program consists of 6.5 hours flying covering:

  • normal, abnormal and emergency operations
  • circuits
  • night and IFR procedures where appropriate
  • practical enroute procedures.

What is a typical course outline?

Each course commences with a comprehensive ground school on the aircraft type and its systems. Concise manuals with clear diagrams and pictures complement audio-visual learning aids. Experienced instructors are always available to provide advice to ensure the student knows the ‘why’ as well as the 'what and how'.

Typically, the type conversion ground school takes:

  • 10 hours for the Piper PA34 Seneca 2
  • 10 hours for the Piper PA31 Navajo/Chieftain.
Normal and emergency operations are clearly briefed prior to each flying sortie. Local procedures are thoroughly explained and tested to ensure that our students concentrate fully on the hands-on conversion training.

After the ground school, a complete familiarisation and walk-around of the aircraft is conducted with direct reference to the manufacturers’ manual.

Prior to flight training we cover:
  • Cockpit checks,
  • Pre-flight actions
  • Flight planning considerations.

Where can I stay while training in Albury?

Training usually takes two weeks and Albury/Wodonga offers a variety of accommodation styles with convenient dining or catering options.

Multi-Engine Training
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