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Airplane Training

Multi Engine Class Rating

The Multi-Engine Class Rating (MEP) allows you to fly single pilot Multi Engine piston airplanes with the same privileges as your SEP License grants you on Single Engine airplanes. 6 hours training with a Multi Engine airplane are required and it can be done in 3 – 4 days.

An applicant for a single-pilot multi-engine class rating shall have completed not less than 2 hrs 30 min dual flight training under normal conditions of multi-engine airplane operation, and not less than 3 hrs 30 min dual flight training in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.

A skill test by an examiner is required after the training.

Superior Air operates the new TECNAM P2006 T aircraft with Garmin G950 glass cockpit.

Below you can see our course structure:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
  • Preparation  of flights
  • Preparation of flights
  • Dual flight training under normal contitions
  • Dual flight training under normal and Engine Failure Conditions
  • Dual flight training under Engine Failure Conditions
  • 4 Hours classroom (Aircraft Introduction, Engine Failure procedures
  • 4 Hours classroom
  • 1,5 Hours dual Multi Engine contact flight
  • 1 Hour dual Multi Engine contact flight
  • 1,5 Hours dual Multi Engine flight in Engine Failure procedures
  • 2 Hours dual Multi Engine flight in Engine Failure procedures

Cost: €2.700 and includes:

  • 6 Hours MEP aircraft (Tecnam 2006P)
  • 8 Hours Classroom

Not included in the above price:

  • HCAA Handling cost (appr. €300)

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.