MEP - Multi-Engine Piston Aircraft Rating
MEP rating is an essential step towards becoming an airline pilot; it is also available to hobbyists, for whom it may represent a welcome enhancement of the range of airplanes they can fly. If you prefer or need to make longer flights, twin-engine planes offer superior safety, speed, and comfort.
- PPL(A) license or higher
- Medical Class II Certificate or higher
- 70 h minimum flight time as Pilot in Command (PIC)
The MEP Theory course runs 7 hours long and includes topics specific to multi-engine planes: handling asymmetrical thrust during single-engine operation, the proper procedure for securing a failed engine, etc.
MEP flight training runs a minimum of 6 hours long. Flight training is finished by skill test.