Instrument Rating - Multi Engine Piston (IR-MEP)
The IR/MEP(A) training course aims to upgrade the student pilot’s level of proficiency to the necessary standards for operating Multi Engine Piston (MEP) airplanes under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), while flying Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) with a minimum decision height of no less than 200 feet (60 m).
In the case of a multi-engine IR, these privileges may be extended to decision heights lower than 200 feet (60 m) when the applicant has undergone specific training at an ATO and has passed section 6 of the skill test prescribed in Appendix 9 to this Part in multi-pilot aircraft.
55 hrs Flight training
SEP - MEP aircraft and FNPT II
EASA Private Pilot Licence PPL(A)
EASA Medical Certificate
Class 1 or 2
(if the IR privileges
will be used at night)
Multi Engine Piston
50 hrs cross-country flight time as Pilot In Command (PIC) in aeroplanes
Completed IR or ATPL