Multi-engine piston – MEP

The qualification for Multi-Engine Piston airplanes (MEP) entitles a holder to fly as a pilot-in-command on multi-engine airplanes with piston engines (for example Tecnam P2006T, Piper PA-44 Seminole, PA-34 Seneca, PA-32 Aztec, L-200 Morava and so on).

 

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Applicant for this qualification must hold PPL(A) license and must have flight experience of at least 70 hours as a pilot-in-command.
TRAINING PROGRAM

After meeting entrance requirements you can commence the training course. It consists of theoretical and practical training.

 

Practice:

 

6 flight hours on two-engine aircraft, which was specially designed for training flights, and that is why a general student does not need more training time, than is prescribed by the syllabus. Training consists of circuit flights, area flights, emergency procedure rehearsals including simulated flight with one engine out. All flights are executed with an instructor on board.

 

AIRCRAFT FOR MEP TRAINING

 

Tecnam P2006T Piper PA-34 Seneca V

 

EXAMINATIONS

Practice:

Applicant for the license must undergo c. 45-60 minute’s flight with an examiner. The flight contents test in pilot’s techniques (3-4 circuits and 20 minute’s area flight).