The Multi Engine Instrument Rating Course extends your MEP-CR(A) rating to fly multi-engine aircrafts in IMC conditions, and upgrades your SEP-IR rating to multi-engined aricrafts. This rating is usually a mandatory item at airlines for application to a pilot job.
After completing the Multi Engine IR Conversion Training you are allowed to fly a multi engine airplane also in bad weather up to CAT I conditions.
- Valid Part-FCL PPL licence with valid SEP-IR and MEP-CR rating
- Minimum Class 2 Part-MED Medical Certificate with 'IR Checked'
- Minimum LEVEL 4 ICAO English Language Certificate
During the training you will learn to fly multi-engine aircrafts in Instrument Meteorological Conditions. This includes holding patterns, precision and non precision approaches in normal and in single-engine conditions as well.
The course consists of 5 hour flight training from which depending on the chosen aircraft type some time may be flown in a Synthetic Training Device.
You can complete the MEP-IR(A) training on four different type of aircraft.
- Piper PA34 'Seneca I' or 'Seneca V'
- Tecnam P2006T
- Diamond DA42 TDI 'Twin Star'
Please note, that if you have no experience on the chosen multi-engine aircraft a type conversion course needs to be flown before commencing the MEP-IR(A) trianing.
The tuitional fee includes the following items:
- 5 hours of flight training with the chosen aircraft
- 5 hours of instructor fee
- 5 hours of airport fee at our base airport Gödöllő
Please check our Financing page for further details.
To apply for the Multi Engine Instrument Rating – ME-IR(A) course send an e-mail to us with the following attachments:
- Filled Pilot Record Form
- Copy of:
- Pilot Licence
- Last pages of Logbook
- Medical Certificate
- Language Certificate
- ID Card or Passport
For further information about the Multi Engine Instrument Rating – ME-IR(A) course please contact us via e-mail, or by phone.