For those that want to continue to build teaching experience a Multi-Engine Flight Instructor is the next step for many to Teach Multi-Engine Students (Private or Commercial).
To enroll in the Multi-Engine flight instructor course, you must hold a commercial pilot certificate and an instrument rating or airline transport pilot certificate, with an aircraft category and class for which the course applies.
Approximate Training Cost
|25 hours – 2002 Piper Seminole @ $380/hr.||$9,500|
|20 hours – Flight Instruction @ $95/hr.||$1,900|
|17 hours – Ground Instruction @ $95/hr.||$1,615|
|Total Flight Training Expense **||*$13,015|
To enroll in the multi-engine flight instructor course, you must have a commercial pilot certificate or airline transport pilot certificate, with a category, class, and instrument rating appropriate to the aircraft category and class rating for which the course applies. In addition, you must hold a flight instructor certificate with an airplane category rating and single-engine class rating.
* The actual training cost depends on the rate of learning of each student.
** In each of the above examples, the cost of study materials, charts and examiner’s fee are in addition to the flight training expense.