MEP(L) multiengine aircraft qualification
MEP(L) multiengine piston aircraft qualification
Would you like to step up the game of your aviation skills? Perhaps you would like to become an airline pilot? The multiengine piston aircraft qualification is an additional extension for commercial and private pilot licenses. Join the sky elites now!
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For the pilots with great aspirations, who want to work at commercial airlines, MEP(L) training is an inherent element on their path to success.
Though, those who are not interested in following that particular path should also consider getting MEP(L) qualification in order to enhance the travel comfort. Multiengine aircraft are faster, can accommodate more people and luggage. They are also more economical what results in fewer stopovers.
What are the requirements for MEP(L) qualification in Zonda Aero?
- Part-MED aviation-medical certificate of 1st or 2nd class,
- CPL(A) license or,
- PPL(A) license, including 70 flight hours as a pilot-in-command.
What is the MEP(L) training program in Zonda Aero?
- theoretical course,
- at least 6 hours of flights,
- practical exam and obtaining the qualification.
- the practical course takes place using the Tecnam P2006T.
The training program includes, among others, circling flights, zone flights, static and dynamic stalling, landing gear extension and retraction, unsymmetrical thrust flights. Instructors ensure that the students understand the limitations of the aircraft used for training and its all operational systems.
MEP(L) training is open for applications throughout the entire year – both as a part of the MEP(L) + CPL + IR(ME) bundle as well as a standalone package.
Resuming qualifications is based on the Individual Training Program, which is prepared individually for each student.
What else is worth knowing about MEP(L) course?
- the MEP(L) training within the framework of the commercial pilot license is not a subject of VAT tax,
- the MEP(L) training as a module of commercial pilot license training is not a subject of VAT tax,
- the cost of theory and practical exams at the Civil Aviation Authority is posted on the authority’s website,
- MEP(L) qualification remains valid for 12 months from obtaining it.
What are the advantages of obtaining an MEP(L) qualification?
There are numerous pros for getting MEP(L) qualification, but the most important factor is the sole fact that the owner can fly using multiengine aircraft. Such machines provide improved safety measures, can carry more, are faster and allow travelling further without refilling the fuel.
If you are interested in continuing your aviation career as an airline pilot – MEP(L) qualification is an absolute must in order to acquire that prestigious title.
Multiengine aircraft are technologically more advanced than their single-engine counterparts. Getting to know the ins and outs of such aircraft gives a lot of satisfaction and extends the options of future hour building.