This flight test guide sets out the techniques, procedures and the marking criteria that will be used by Civil Aviation Inspectors and Pilot Examiners for the conduct of the flight test required for the issuance of the Multi-engine Class Rating - Aeroplane.
Flight Instructors are expected to use the Instructor Guide - Multi-engine Class Rating (TP11575E) and this guide when preparing candidates for flight tests. Candidates should be familiar with this guide and refer to the qualification standards during their training.Detailed descriptions and explanations of the items numbered on the flight test form can be found by referring to the corresponding chapter number in the Instructor Guide - Multi-engine Class Rating (TP11575E) published under the authority of Transport Canada.
‘examiner’ means a Pilot Examiner accredited under section 4.3 of Part 1 of the Aeronautics Act or a Civil Aviation Inspector authorized to conduct this flight test.
‘flight test item’ means a task, manoeuvre or exercise listed on the flight test report.
‘ground flight test items’ are the planning and preparatory tasks performed prior to the pre-flight inspection of the aircraft.‘air flight test items’ are tasks or manoeuvres performed with the aircraft, including the pre-flight inspection, start-up, run-up, taxiing and emergency procedures.
Changes that effect prerequisites or competency standards are indicated by a bold vertical line along the right margin.