Multi-Engine

A Multi-Engine Land (MEL) rating allows a pilot to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine. Having more than one power plant enables you to fly higher, farther, and generally bigger and more capable aircraft. Multiple engine rating is also a necessary step for any professional pilot on the road to the airlines. This rating gives you the knowledge necessary to safely and effectively control a multiple engine aircraft with retractable gear.

Wayman Academy owns a fleet of Piper Seneca aircraft, a powerful twin-engine aircraft, boasting several prominent differences compared to its piston-twin competitors each equipped with a Garmin 430 GPS. See our Resources section for a complete Pilots Operating Handbook for the Piper Seneca to become familiar. 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Can I do a Direct to Commercial Multi-Engine Course, without the single engine course?
Yes, but it requires 20 hours of multi-engine time instead of the standard 15 hours in order to accommodate the commercial cross-country requirements

Can I do Multi-Engine as a Private Pilot?
Yes, you can be multi-engine rated as a private pilot. This is an excellent option for those flying in the Caribbean where multi-engine aircraft are prevalent.

How long will it take to get my Private Multi-Engine Rating?
Certification can be accomplished in one week of dedicated flying. A minimum of 10 hours are estimated for a quick private multi course

What kind of Aircraft will I train in ?
Wayman Aviation currently flies Piper Senecas for those interested in achieving a multi-engine rating.

Piper PA-34 Seneca Gallery
The Piper PA-34 Seneca is an American twin-engine light aircraft, produced by Piper Aircraft since 1971 and that remains in production.