Following Integrated CPL training, students transition from a single-engine to a multi-engine (twin) aeroplane. As majority of passenger-carrying airlines utilise multi-engine aeroplanes, it is important that students are taught and have a very good understanding of multi-engine operations.
In this phase, students are guided through the challenges and rewards of safely handling a Piper PA44 (Seminole) through normal, abnormal and emergencies operations.
This training course ends with a flight test conducted by a flight examiner. Successful completion of the flight test will result in a class rating (multi-engine aeroplane) and a retractable undercarriage (RU) design feature endorsement awarded to the student.