Multi Engine Class Rating MEA
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.
3 Step Process
Full time, Part time, or casually... your choice
When training a new pilot skill to a CASA standard, it is important to prepare for the challenges that additional complex ratings can bring.
assist with training and before a flight test is conducted.
All theory is facilitated in house to provide a well structured learning environment.
The Course is structured for around 7.5 hours of training including the Flight Test.
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.
We also teach attributes we look for when employing pilots such as safety, efficiency, attention to detail, professionalism and customer focused service.
After completing the required flying and theory, you will be ready for the flight test.
The test is conducted by a Flight Examiner and will include both an oral questionnaire and a practical flight component.
Flight Test normally takes around
1.5 hours to complete.
The course includes:
Airport Landing Fees
MEA Flight Test