Qualification for Instrument flight with multi engine piston aircraft (MEP/IR) allows for IFR flights in two and multi-engine aircraft for meteorological conditions IMC instrument.

Those interested in flying multi-engine training aircraft instrument on single aircraft IR / MEP must hold a PPL or CPL, have registered qualified to fly at night NIGHT, radiotelephone operator’s license, medical certificate I and II. with endorsment audiometry, at least 50 hours cross-country flights as pilot in command and a valid qualification for multi-engine piston aircraft MEP.

The training syllabus includes theoretical lessons in the range of 200 hours of training and practice in a range of 55 flying hours of which 35 hours may be flown on an approved simulator. A common variant of the training is to provide IR / SEP and subsequent extension on IR / MEP training in a range of 12 flight hours on multi-engine airplanes.

Final exam in the theory have to be done as a test on the computer in the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and practical exam with inspector of the CAA.