Commercial Multi-Engine Add-On Auburn, Georgia

If your professional aspirations include working for an airline, you’ll need a commercial multi-engine license, and at Paragon Flight in LaGrange, Georgia, near Auburn, we offer both initial and add-on training. The training that we offer will allow you to progress quickly and affordably.

Commercial Multi-Engine Add-On Auburn, GeorgiaParagon Flight is able to create an individual multi-engine rating program as a FAR Part 141 and 61 flight school. Your level of availability, existing experience, and goals will influence the course that we create for each candidate. During the program, a few things are always standard, namely quality and learning expectations. By the completion of the course, you will be prepared to pass the checkride administered by the FAA.

The typical Multi-Engine Add-On Program will consist of the following:

  • 11-15 hours of multi-engine flight training
  • 5 hours of ground training
  • 1 ½ hours for the FAA checkride
  • Supplemental training materials.

Alternatively, if you want to pursue multi-engine credentials at the same time as you pursue a pilot license, you can expect the following:

  • 35 hours of multi-engine flight training
  • 10 hours of ground training
  • 1 ½ hours for the FAA checkride
  • Supplemental training materials

The training itself, however you choose to approach it, will focus on the differences between single-engine and multi-engine flight. Consider the basic difference: increased power and the potential for asymmetry. When an engine fails, the pilot faces a potential loss of control when he or she loses power.

We will train you thoroughly to respond appropriately to OEI, One-Engine Inoperative, conditions in all phases of flight.

Multi-engine training with Paragon Flight takes place in the standard for this type of training: the Piper PA-44 Seminole. Training for twin-engine flight is best approached in this aircraft because of its safety and predictable flight characteristics. This aircraft has simple systems and an all-metal construction. The models that we have here at Paragon Flight are all Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA), being outfitted with Glass Cockpit tech and advanced avionics.

Paragon Flight has three locations. The primary school is in Fort Myers, FL, and another is also in the Sunshine State in Punta Gorda. Our newest location is in LaGrange, Georgia, and is ideally situated in the heart of the area surrounding Atlanta, Columbus, Montgomery, and Birmingham. The LaGrange-Callaway Airport (LGC) that we call home is 60 miles southwest of the Atlanta Hartsfield Airport. It offers two runways, recently remodeled facilities, and clear skies without congestion. The weather in this area provides flight-appropriate weather more than 300 days of the year.

If you don’t already have a pilot’s license and would like to pursue a commercial multi-engine license, consider the P3 Professional Pilot Program. This program is designed specifically for driven candidates with full-time availability and airline aspirations. It will allow you to progress from absolutely zero experience in the cockpit to a commercially licensed single-engine and multi-engine pilot with flight instructor credentials in fewer than ten months. This fast pace will clearly save you time, but it will also save money and have you moving toward the career of your dreams at a faster clip.

The plans that you have for a commercial multi-engine add-on near Auburn, Georgia are well met at Paragon Flight in LaGrange, Georgia. Interested? To learn more, click here or call (706) 903-9337 to speak with our team and arrange for a consultation with the Chief Flight Instructor.