All of our Professional Pilot courses are conducted under our sister approval Falcon Flight Training Academy Limited GBR ATO 0144.
The EASA Multi-Engine rating provides the training required for a candidate with little or no multi-engine aeroplane experience, to fly a multi-engine piston aircraft as PIC.
The holder may act as pilot in an aeroplane under Visual Flight Rules (VFR).
The MEP rating can be added to a private or commercial licence to expand your flying capability. This will allow you to fly aircraft with the added safety and performance characteristics of having an extra engine.
For students looking to fly commercially, multi-engine training is a requirement before the issue of a Frozen ATPL.
Hold a current EASA PPL(A) or CPL(A).
70 hours PIC
50 hours PIC cross-country flight time
Hold a valid EASA Class I or II medical certificate
Passed a course of theoretical instruction as set out in the EASA-FCL
Demonstrated use of English language as set out in the EASA-FCL
The flying side requires a minimum of 6 hours dual instruction comprising of:
2.5 hours dual – completed under normal multi-engine operation conditions
3.5 hours dual – completed on engine failure and asymmetric conditions
Minimum 7 hours theoretical knowledge.
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