Many pilots either professionally or privately move on to pilot training on multi-engine aircraft. Many twin engine aircraft are designed to fly higher, farther and, most importantly, faster.
At Curtis Avaiation we currently use the Beechcraft Baron BE55 for our initial multi-engine pilot endorsements. It is a more substantial aircraft than many entry-level twin engine training aircraft and you will notice this as soon as you fly this sleek looking aircraft.
Both Curtis Aviation’s and CASA’s syllabus recommends 7 hours of training for an initial multi-engine endorsement. The endorsement will include:
- steep turns
- circuit emergencies including assymetric (one engine failed) flight.
If you are undertaking a Commercial Pilot’s Licence we would recommend you consider incorporating mutli-engine flight training into your program.
Curtis Aviation will also train you on your new twin should you purchase one, such as the new owner of a Cessna 340 did recently.