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Multi-Engine Rating - Support

Below we provide solutions, errata, omissions, exam hints & solutions. We do not provide solutions to every question - only those that students find consistently challenging.

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Exam Hints & Info
2nd Edition

ADS-B Out Briefing Notes

ADS-B Out is now required in Class A airspace (as of Aug 10, 2023) and will be required in Class B airspace from May 16, 2024. Transport Canada is now testing your knowledge of the ADS-B system in the written exams. Please review the ADS-B Out Briefing Notes that are linked below:

ADS-B Out Briefing Notes (PDF, 120 KB)

Errata / Omissions
2nd Edition

Section 5.3 - Planning for your Flight Test - Pressure Altitude Calculations

The pressure altitude at take-off and the pressure altitude at flight test altitude should both be calculated by subtracting 300 ft from the elevation and 300 ft from the indicated altitude to determine the correct pressure altitude.

Errata / Omissions
2nd Edition

Multi Engine Rating Prep. Guide 2nd Edition

All errata from the previous editions have been corrected in the 2nd edition.

Errata / Omissions
2nd Edition

CARs now require 12 hour since your last alcoholic drink

The regulations about alcohol and drugs that relate to crew members (CAR 602.03) were updated in December 2018. The old rule requiring 8 hours between consuming an alcoholic drink and flying have changed - the rule now requires 12 hours between drinking alcohol and acting as a crew member of an aircraft.
CAR 602.03 Alcohol or Drugs - Crew Members

Errata / Omissions
1st Edition

Table of Contents: Appendix A page number

The page number for Appendix A in the table of contents is incorrect. Appendix A (Answer Keys) begins on page 203.

Errata / Omissions
1st Edition

DA42 Systems - Section 7.2.3.3 (pg 172)

The circuit breaker sizes shown for the right hand Engine ECU Bus are incorrect. They should be as follows:

  • ECU BUS: 30 A Breaker
  • ECU B: 20 A Breaker
  • ECU A: 20 A Breaker
Exam Hints & Info
1st Edition

No Written Exam, However, there is an Oral Exam

There is no written exam for the multi-engine rating, however there is an extensive oral exam during the flight test. Refer to Section 5 of the Multi-Engine Rating Preparation Guide and to the aircraft specific Flight Test Performance Calculation Packages in the right column or below this section for help in preparing for your oral exam.

Supplements

Piper PA44 Seminole

Beech BE-76 Duchess

Diamond DA42

Tecnam P2006T

Piper PA34 Seneca (Coming Soon)

  • Vital Spec. Sheets (Coming Soon)
  • Flight Test Performance Calculation Package (Coming Soon)