The multi-engine rating is essential for pilots moving up to charter, corporate, or airline aviation. Up to this point, you have maintained proficiency in a single engine aircraft.

During training the student will be trained by a qualified and proficient instructor pilot on normal, abnormal, and emergency procedures. A substantial part of this training is allocated towards engine-out procedures, or the loss of an engine during takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and missed approach phases of flight.


– Class 1 or Class 2 medical certificate Part-MED.

-CPL(A) license, or ;

-PPL(A) license and at least 70 PIC flight hours

Training process:

– theoretical training

– at least 6 flight hours;

-practical examination

Additional information:

– MEP(L) training under CPL(A) is exempted from VAT.

– theoretical and practical examination fees shall be paid in compliance with schedule of charges on CAA’s website