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Old 12-05-2018, 08:23 PM   #1  
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Default Which schools has the best high pref Multi?

Which schools has the best high pref Multi?
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What do you mean by "best"?

You could probably find somewhere to do training in a citation, if you wanted to.

Anything from a Baron to a Boeing fits your current requirements.

What's important to you? Cost? Performance? Location? I imagine you'll have to find a happy medium between those to answer your question.

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Old 12-06-2018, 12:16 AM   #3  
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Im asking for a friend. He needs some more multi time and a regional is paying for it. Has his rating just needs a couple of hours. I am thinking something like a cessna 310. Something nicer than a baron or seminole.
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I would think a new seminole would be nicer than a 310.
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A Baron is nicer than either of the other planes you mentioned....
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https://www.goosehangar.com/multiengine-seaplane-rating
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Old 12-13-2018, 02:48 AM   #8  
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Hi there!
I'm a little out of touch with the current training industry but I googled and found this resource Fly Aeroguard. Seems a decent program, but I haven't learnt it. Perhaps some other posters here could point you to one of those programs they learnt personally. Anyway, good luck!
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Flew that last year. Worth every penny.
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If somebody else is paying, I might pick up a DC-3 or multi-engine seaplane rating.

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