MEP (multi engine piston)

Multi-engine piston qualification (MEP) allows you to fly with multi-engine piston aircraft. During training pilot will gain skills in the safe operation of aircraft. The pilot will practice failure of one of the engines as well as the specific features of the piloting of aircraft in this category. MEP qualification is MUST for training IR / MEP.

Those interested in flying multi-engine training aircraft MEP must be holder of private pilot licence (PPL), radiotelephone operator license, medical certificate I or II. class and have completed at least 70 hours as pilot in command.

The training includes classroom training in the range of 7 hours and 6 hours of practical training on twin-engine aircraft.

The final test is performed only as practical test with an inspector of the CAA.

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