Multi Engine Rating
Sure, one engine is fun. But why not make it a little more interesting and learn to fly with two?
About the Rating
Average Course Length
First Time Pass Rate
The Multi Engine Piston (MEP) rating training course is a minimum of:
7 hours ground school
6 hours flying training, of which:
3.5 hours must be asymmetric flight training
1 theoretical exam
The MEP(Land) allows the holder to fly multi-engine piston aeroplanes with wheeled landing gear.
To apply for the rating (not to start the course), you must have:
70 hours pilot in command
The MEP(Land) is paid for as a package.
Our package includes everything listed in "The Course" above, including all landing and approach fees.