Are you ready to take command of a multi-engine piston aircraft (MEP)? This course prepares you for the challenges and the extra responsibilities.
EASA sets minimum requirements for any multi-engine rating training course:
- 5 hours of theory on multi-engine piston and asymmetrical flight;
- A minimum of 2.5 hours of dual flight instruction under normal operating conditions for multi-engine aeroplanes;
- No less than 3.5 hours of dual flight instruction in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.
You’ll need to have logged at least 70 hours as a Pilot in Charge before applying for the single-pilot multi-engine aeroplane rating.