We are excited to add this Beechcraft Duchess to our training fleet. This aircraft is immaculate with a new interior, paint, and engines. This is a low time aircraft despite its age and it is ready to work!
Why settle for a worn out twin beater for your multi-engine training? Get your multi-engine rating with us in this clean and Garmin G5 glass-equipped aircraft. It is a perfect blend of old and new for your multi-engine training.
Our custom programs blend full motion Redbird AATD simulator training and aircraft use to save you money in earning your multi-engine commercial add-on, Multi-Engine CFI, or ATP certificate.
Call us today with questions and to get your training scheduled! 207-324-8919
Study assignments to be emailed and completed prior to the start of training:
This plan assumes that the pilot is single-engine current and proficient, and the practical test is scheduled for day 5.
3-4 hour ground brief and review of BE-76 systems and multi-engine training considerations from study assignments above.
2 AATD simulator sessions (1-1.5 hours each)
4-6 Aircraft Flights (6 hours of aircraft training, .5 briefing prior to flight)
|Training||Rate||Cost for estimated duration|
|Ground Training||$80/ hour||$320 for 4 hours|
|Redbird AATD Simulator||$160/hour with instructor||$480 for 3 hours|
$80/ hour flight briefing
|$3,240 for 6 hours flight time
$320 for 4 briefings
|$4,360 estimated total training|
|Estimated Examiner Fee||$400||$400|
|Use of aircraft for Practical Exam||$460/hr||$690 for 1.5 hour checkride|
$5,450 total after successful Practical Test
|(Save Money! For every $1,000 you put on account with cash or check we will credit your account 10%, so if you put down $4,000 for training then we will credit you $400)|
Highly prepared students can expect to be prepared for their checkride in as little as 4 or 5 days (weather permitting)
Multi-engine instructor candidates should arrive to training instrument current and proficient
Aircraft rate is $425/hour, multi-engine instruction is $80/hour.