Multi Engine Rating

The multi-engine rating allows you to fly airplanes with two or more engines. This program consists of an estimated 8 hours of dual instruction. Training is conducted in Montair’s Piper Seneca II turbocharged aircraft equipped with GPS, de-icing systems and dual-axis autopilot.

The multi-engine rating syllabus offered by Montair has been developed from many years of successfully training hundreds of pilots. It follows the requirements of the Canadian Aviation Regulations and the Transport Canada Multi Engine Class Rating Flight Test Guide. Further Information on Transport Canada licensing and experience requirements can be found on the relevant section of the Canadian Aviation Regulations, available online here. Average training time will vary depending on your ability and previous experience.

There are no membership fees at Montair.

Admission Requirements
  • Minimum Age of 17 years
  • Approval of the Chief Flight Instructor
  • Valid Private Pilot’s Licence or Commercial Pilot’s Licence
  • Valid Category 1 or Category 3 Medical
Estimated Cost
TrainingHoursPer Hour RateTotal*
Dual Flight8$564.90$4,519.20
Ground Briefing2$89.50$179
Books and Supplies----$95
TOTAL ESTIMATE*----$5,148.20
*Taxes not Included.

Please, note:

  • Aircraft rates are current as of July 3, 2023 and based on fuel costs at that time. Fuel charges may increase or decrease in line with retail fuel prices, in accordance with Montair’s Fuel Charge Pricing.
  • Training costs reflect Transport Canada minimum times, times may vary based on the individual.
  • A surcharge will be added to all instruction conducted by a Class One Flight Instructor.
  • Fuel surcharges may apply. These prices may fluctuate without notice due to changing fuel and insurance costs.
  • Prices exclude applicable taxes.
  • All flight training students will be required to undertake a formal Aviation Language Proficiency Demonstration to be issued a Canadian Aviation Booklet unless they are Canadian citizens who have graduated from, or are currently enrolled in, a Canadian English speaking high school and have the approval of the Chief Flight Instructor.

This program does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. As such, PTIB did not review this program.


Please email to start the application process or if you have any questions about the program.