MULTI-ENGINE PISTON (MEP)

EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS – LEARN TO CONTROL MULTI-ENGINE AIRCRAFT

About MEP

Multi-engine rated pilot will experience the remarkable improvement in aircraft performance coming along with an increase in speed, power, endurance. Expand your horizons after having experienced the flight training with a single engine piston aircraft, push yourself further, learn to control multi-engine aircraft in normal and asymmetric engine conditions. Become one step ahead!

MEP rating

Strong background

Airhub is fully supported by the ACMI service provider GetJet Airlines. An “out of the box” attitude company and a trustworthy aviation partner.

Experienced instructors

You will receive direct GetJet Airlines supervision and mentoring, as well as providing working commercial pilots as your instructors.

TRAINING EQUIPMENT

Brand new training equipment

Diamond DA42

The DA42 offers the ultimate in handling, stability and control, ease of operation and structural, system and propulsion redundancies, all coupled with a high degree of crashworthiness.

Brand new training equipment

GARMIN AVIONICS

G1000 NXi system takes the industry’s most trusted glass flight deck platform to a new higher level of performance and capability.

AMOUNT & DURATION

The single-pilot multi-engine class rating training program consists of:

  • The theoretical knowledge course of 7 hours of instruction in multi-engine aeroplane operations;
  • The flight training course of 2 hours and 30 minutes of dual flight instruction under normal conditions of multi-engine aeroplane operations, and 3 hours 30 minutes of dual flight instruction in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.
Flight training summary VFR dual
General Handling Normal Conditions Engine failure procedures /
Asymmetric flight techniques
Total
Aeroplane training 2:30 3:30 6:00

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Applicants for the issue of a MEP (land) rating shall comply with the following requirements and prerequisites for the issue of the relevant rating:

  • Have a valid PPL(A) or CPL(A) license;
  • Have a valid class 1 or 2 medical certificate;
  • Have completed at least 70 hours as PIC in aeroplanes

Valid PPL(A) or
CPL(A) license

VALID 1 OR 2 CLASS
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

At least 70h
as PIC

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