The EASA Multi-Engine Piston - MEP(A) rating extends the privileges of a Private Pilot License - PPL(A) or Commercial Pilot License - CPL(A) and allows you to fly an aircraft with more than one engine under Visual Flight Rules - VFR. One of the main takeaways of the training is to understand the differences between a single-engine piston and a multi-engine piston aircraft. Once you complete your Multi-Engine Piston Class rating training, you will get your MEP(A) qualification added on your EASA PPL(A) or EASA CPL(A).
Course Entry Requirements
- To be at least PPL(A) holder
- To be at least Class 2 Medical holder
- To be proficient in the English language
- To have sufficient flight experience (70 hours PIC)
Brno, Czech Republic
Flying Academy is an EASA Approved Training Organization (ATO), which operates from the bases located at Brno Tuřany International Airport (LKTB). The Czech Republic is the perfect location for both practical and theoretical training. In combination with our highly experienced Flight Instructors and competitive program fees, Flying Academy is the first choice of pilot training for future Professional or Private Pilots from all continents. All training is performed in accordance with Part-FCL regulations.view more
EASA MEP(A) – Multi Engine Piston
[:en]Learn to fly multi-engine aircraft with Flying Academy! The Multi Engine Piston rating extends the privileges of a Private Pilot Lic...
EASA MEP(A) – Multi Engine Piston Class r...
[:en]Learn to fly multi-engine aircraft with Flying Academy! The Multi Engine Piston Class rating extends the privileges of a Private Pil...
Theoretical preparation takes 15 hours with an instructor, during which you will become familiar with the multi-engine piston airplane, systems, and aerodynamics. You will also learn the procedures and maneuvers that apply in multi-engine airplane during normal and engine-out operations under VFR and IFR.
The flight training takes 6 hours of VFR dual general flight instruction including engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques. The training is divided into 2 stages.
You will become familiar with the multi-engine airplane used in the training course and with the human factors concepts and issues relating to multi-engine operations.
You will learn the techniques and procedures required for the performance of engine-out operations in the multi-engine airplane.
To prove your practical skills, you will need to pass a practical flight test with an approved examiner. You will need to prove your ability to:
- Operate the airplane within its limitations
- Complete course specific maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as possible
- Exercise good judgment and airmanship
- Apply aeronautical knowledge
- Maintain control of the airplane at all times