Multi-Engine Class
Rating

A Multi-Engine Class Rating allows you to expand your flying capabilities to twin-engine aircraft, and is an essential step if you’re looking at a professional career in aviation.

A Multi-Engine Class Rating allows you to expand your flying capabilities to twin-engine aircraft, and is an essential step if you’re looking at a professional career in aviation.

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Program Overview

Expand Your Flying Capabilities

Completing Multi-Engine Class Rating training will allow you to fly twin-engine aircraft, which expands the number of aircraft types that are available to you.

Flying a “twin” offers the added safety of a second engine, should one suffer any issues in flight. The training follows the CASA syllabus, it covers operation in normal Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flying conditions, as well as engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.

Fly One of the World’s Best Light Twins

Learn To Fly Melbourne is the only Victorian flight school to offer the Multi-Engine Class Rating in the state-of-the-art Diamond DA42 Twin Star aircraft. The modern and cutting-edge DA42 is one of the world’s best light twins and is a pleasure to fly, with features including a Garmin G1000 glass cockpit.

For those looking to train in a more traditional aircraft, we also have the Piper PA44 Seminole available.

Schedule a meeting with one of our aviation career specialists to discuss whether this is the right course for you. 

Multi-Engine Class Rating

Course Process

See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.

Our Graduate

Sky Mayukhachot

The Multi-Engine Class Rating course is like opening a door to a bigger world of flight training, introducing more advanced aircraft and operations. It’s also one of the qualifications that airlines look for. Learn To Fly has amazing and experienced instructors, and you can complete the course in either a Diamond DA42 or Piper Seminole aircraft.” – Sky Mayukhachot from Thailand

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