Multi Engine Instrument Rating (Group 2 Instrument) allows the pilot to fly any aircraft that has more then one engine.




  • Must be proficient to pass the flight test. There is no minimum time.
  • No written test.
  • Here is a link to the Multi Engine Flight Test Guide on the Transport Canada Website


Standardized Digital Flight Training Syllabus

Pro’s digital training syllabus provides students with their entire training record online, grouped by lesson plans. Each lesson plan is carefully designed by industry expert team to prepare students to be successful pilots in today and tomorrow’s aviation industry. Being able to see and review training progress online at any given time, helps students stay on track and come to their next lesson with confidence and better prepared. Lesson plans also give students all the information and reading references they need to know prior to each flight lesson, so students come prepared to maximize the learning efficiency during each lesson.

How long does this rating take to complete?

Training is at the student’s pace and convenience. The course will take 4 to 7 days if full time.

Do I need to pay full program cost up front?

No, there is no need to prepay full program cost up front. Instead, you will pay as you go and be charged by “flight time”. This is the time from engine start to engine stop. The hobbs meter in the aircraft keeps track of this time in .1 hour intervals (6-minute intervals). This article explains why paying full program cost up front may not be a good idea.

Piper Seminole Cockpit with G500, Aspen Avionics backup display & two CGR-30P engine instrument displays

What is the Cost?

Scroll down for minimum requirements and cost estimates for Multi-Engine Rating with Professional Flight Centre.

Transport Canada Required Minimums for the Multi-Engine Rating:

DA-42 Twin Star or Piper Seminole – 7 hours @ $449.00 $3143.00
Ground Briefing – 4 hours @ $90.00 $360.00
Multi-Engine Manual $150.00
Total Fees to Professional Flight Centre ($CAD): $3653.00

Incidental Fees:

Rating AP Fee $90.00
Multi-Engine Flight Test Examiner Fee $400.00
Transport Canada Multi-Engine Endorsement Fee $30.00
Total Incidental Fees($CAD): $520.00
Total course estimate for the Multi-Engine Rating ($CAD): $4173.00

(Effective March 25th, 2024)


  • These prices do not include applicable taxes & fuel surcharges. The above estimate is based on Transport Canada minimums, any additional training required to meet standards will be billed at the applicable rate.
  • All prices are in Canadian Dollars ($CAD). For conversion rates to your local currency click here.
  • Prices subject to change.
  • Click here to learn about refund policy.
  • This Program does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. As such, PTIB did not review this program.


More questions?

Please visit our FAQ section that addresses frequently asked questions regarding Ratings and Flight Training. Feel free to contact us if you have further questions.

Piper Seminole at Boundary Bay Airport