Get multi engine rating course on Piper Aztec


The Piper PA-23-250, E model, named Aztec, is a six-seat twin engines light aircraft aimed at the general aviation market. 

250 hp, Lycoming 0-540, IFR equipped,easy to fly, it carries a magnificent load, lots of rudder authority, fat wings provide greater stability, low Vso, Single engine work is uneventful.

Multi-Engine rated pilots will experience the remarkable improvement in aircraft performance capability along with an increase in speed, power, and rate of climb. Managing the complexity and workload of a multi-engine aircraft is rewarding. 


  • Pilot must have a current FAA medical

  • Pilot must provide proof of citizenship (Passport or Birth Certificate) or TSA approval

  • Pilot must already be a single engine private pilot

  • Pilot should be current (Not required, however additional hours may be required if the pilot is not current)               

   Airmax Aviation multi-engine rating program adds multi-engine privileges to your existing Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate. Multi-Engine training curriculum teaches the aerodynamic differences between the single and the multi-engine plane and provides the proper instruction needed to pass the multi-engine checkride. While there are no specific hour requirements for adding a multi-engine rating to a certificate, typically most pilots will require about 10 hours of flight training to reach the proficiency required to pass the practical test. The FAA requires training in the following specific areas:

  • Preflight preparation

  • Preflight procedures

  • Airport operations

  • Takeoffs, landings, and go-arounds

  • Performance maneuvers

  • Navigation

  • Slow flight and stalls

  • Emergency operations

  • Multi-engine operations

  • Post flight procedures

All necessary ground and flight instruction required by the Multi-Engine Airman Certification Standards is included. This 10 day course provides up to 10.5 hours of flight training and the use of the aircraft for the checkride.