Multi Engine Class Rating

Full time, Part time or casually... your choice





We usually incorporate a Multi Engine Class Rating as part of a Commercial Pilot Licence for students to become more accustomed to multi engine operations, however, a MEA is also available as a stand-alone course.

Multi engine aircraft are designed to operate higher, fly further and faster, but most importantly, they are safer than single engine aircraft. 

The course includes a Constant Speed Unit (CSU) and Retractable undercarriage (RU) if the student does not already hold these design features. 

Multi Engine Class Rating (MEA)
Theory, Flying, Flight Test

Step 1 - Theory

All theory is conducted in house for this course. A systems brief and aircraft handling notes are delivered via CBT before flying.

Step 2 - Flying:

The flying aspect of the course covers basic handling in the training area, normal circuits and asymmetric circuits (one engine inoperative). We also conduct a small navigational exercise so students can consolidate their training in a more realistic environment. 

Step 3 - Flight Test:

After completing the required flying, you will be ready for the flight test. The test is conducted by a Flight Examiner and will include both a oral questionnaire and a flight component.  

Course Inclusions

Flight time & Theory:

The course includes

  • 2-3 hours ground briefing

  • 7-10 hours aircraft time



Bathurst Airport (YBTH)

Hangar 2, PJ Moodie Drive

Raglan NSW 2795

Mobile: 0490 065 729
Ph: 02 6337 3737



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