MEP(L) – training for multi-engine piston rating
If you plan to work as a professional pilot, you will certainly have to deal with multi-engine planes. The primary reason for using more than one power unit is to increase safety. However, it should be remembered that an aircraft of this type is much more difficult to fly and requires the pilot to handle emergency situations properly. In our centre, MEP(L) training will be conducted under the supervision of an experienced instructor who will familiarise you with the characteristics of a multi-engine aircraft. The theoretical training consists of 7-10 hours of lectures, in individual mode, practical training is a minimum 6 hours of flight on a Piper PA30 Twin Comanche.