Multi-Engine Course

Double the Fun

Flying multi-engine airplanes is a thrill, but comes with new challenges

Is more engines safer?

Multi-engine flying is only safer if you have the discipline to make it safer. Multi-engine airplanes have redundancy, but flying a twin with one engine inoperative comes with a whole host of performance, stick and rudder, and systems considerations that pilots must train for.

Course Philosophy

We firmly believe that there is no “amateur” multi-engine flying. You either train, plan, and fly like a professional or you put your passengers at tremendous risk. For that reason, this course is specifically tailored to pilots seeking to approach multi-engine flying like professionals.

This course is the product of a team with thousands of hours in unforgiving piston, turboprop, and jet airplanes like the Cessna 310 and 414, Piper Navajo, Bombardier Q400, and Boeing 737.

Here’s what’s in your course.

Hours of short, easy-to-follow lecture content.

Simple lectures designed to make concepts click.

Full access to our resources library.

Full-cover handouts to help you visualize multi-engine aerodynamics and a comprehensive end of course study guide.

End of Course Study Guide

Comprehensive study guide that helps you evaluate your knowledge of course material.

Oral Preparation

We cover the common focus areas of a multi-engine oral exam.

Study Together

Access our Multi-Engine Classroom where you can study with your peers.

Instructor Chat

Direct message your course instructor via our built-in chat.

Regular Updates

Our courses aren’t stagnant. We’re constantly making improvements to enhance our students’ learning experience.

Professional Focus

We focus on professional mindsets and some jet/turbine concepts so that graduates have a thorough introduction to multi flying.

Course Overview

Learning Objectives

  • Understand single-engine performance concepts like balanced field and required distances
  • Realize that just because something is legal in a twin doesn’t mean that it’s safe
  • Know how to plan multi-engine flights intelligently, in a way that anticipates inopportune engine failures
  • Thoroughly understand multi-engine aerodynamics to the extent that single-engine aircraft control is intuitive
  • Basic understanding of transport category turbine multi-engine operations

Time Commitment

20 hours of dedicated study.

Materials Required

All you need is a web browser and internet connection!

Quizzes / Exams

3 review quizzes and 1 end of course exam.


Students graduate when they complete all course sections.

Instructor Team

Experienced team of MEIs with experience in many models of light twins, turboprops, and jets.

Safety Focus

This course doesn’t neglect the considerable safety concerns with multi-engine flying. We focus on the dangers so we can mitigate.


Andrew Moon

Andrew is a Part 135 Chief Pilot whose wide-ranging multi-engine experience includes the Piper Seminole, Cessna 310 and 414, Piper Navajo, Beechcraft Baron and KingAir, Cessna Citation, and Embraer Phenom.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long does the course take to complete?

    The exact timeframe will vary by student, but plan for 20 hours of time between watching lectures, making flashcards, and studying the content.