EASA Multi Engine Piston Rating

The EASA Multi Engine provides the training required for a candidate with no multi engine aeroplane experience, to obtain the EASA Multi Engine Piston Rating in a multi engine aeroplane.

The holder may act as pilot in an aeroplane under Visual Flight Rules (VFR).

About the Course

Initial training introduces the student to flight in a Piper Seneca and proceeds with general handling until a good proficiency is obtained. This is followed by asymmetric flight during which the student will experience the effects of a single engine failure and learn to safely control the aeroplane under this condition.

The student then prepares and rehearses for the Multi Engine skill test.

The course is usually completed within 1 week which comprises of 6 hours flight time, 7 hours ground school, a flight test of less than 1 hour and a ground examination. The MEPL is valid for 12 months and is renewed via a flight test with an appropriate examiner.

  • A Private or Commercial Pilot’s Licence issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1 with a night qualification
  • 70 hours as pilot-in-command
  • 50 hours PIC cross-country flight time
  • Hold a valid EASA Class I or II medical certificate
  • Passed a course of theoretical instruction as set out in the EASA-FCL
  • Demonstrated use of English language as set out in the EASA-FCL

6 hours dual flight time and a minimum of 7 hours theoretical studies, followed by theory exam and flight test:

  • 2.5 hours dual – completed under normal multi-engine operation conditions
  • 3.5 hours dual – completed on engine failure and asymmetric flying
  • Minimum 7 hours theoretical knowledge
  • Theory exam
  • Flight test

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