So you are looking to get the Multi Engine Commercial Rating in Pompano Beach?
Below is a summary of the FAA requirements for your Multi Engine Commercial rating here in Pompano Beach:
- Be able to read, write, and converse fluently in English
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Hold at least a current third-class FAA medical certificate. Later, if your flying requires a
commercial pilot certificate, you must hold a second-class medical certificate.
- Hold an instrument rating. A commercial pilot is presumed to have an instrument rating. If not,
his/her commercial pilot certificate will be endorsed with a prohibition against carrying
passengers for hire on day VFR flights beyond 50 NM or at night.
- Receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor or complete a home-study course
- Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better. The instrument rating knowledge test
consists of 100 multiple-choice questions selected from the airplane-related questions in the
FAA’s commercial pilot test bank.
- Accumulate appropriate flight experience and instruction (see FAR 61.129). A total of 250 hours
of flight time is required.
- Successfully complete a practical (flight) test given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or
designated pilot examiner and conducted as specified in the FAA’s Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards.
Commercial Pilot Privileges and Limitations
As a commercial pilot, you may act as pilot in command of an aircraft that is carrying passengers or property for compensation or hire and may be paid to act as pilot in command.
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Pompano Beach Flight Training offers pilot training from the Pompano Beach Private Pilot License, to the Pompano Beach Instrument Rating, the Pompano Beach Single Engine Commercial License, the Pompano Beach Multi Engine License, IPC (instrument proficiency check) and bi-annual flight reviews.
Contact our Pompano Beach Chief Instructor by sending an email with any questions about getting your Multi Engine Commercial Rating in Pompano Beach Airpark.
View a video of a single engine shut-down procedure and a single engine landing.
We shut down one engine and were unable to unfeather the props and restart the engine as the unfeathering accumulators were broken so we had to land with one engine.
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