Multi-engine piston training

Multi-Engine
Piston
Rating
(MEP)

Multi-Engine Piston rating extends the privileges of PPL or CPL license holders and allows them to fly aircraft with more than one engine. It is a complementary rating to other existing ratings that also serves as a prerequisite to starting Type Rating training.

operate multi-engine aircraft

go into an airline career

WHY CHOOSE
Multi-Engine Piston Rating (MEP)?

The Multi-Engine Piston Rating allows you to progress your flying onto a more powerful, twin-engine aircraft and is an essential step if you aim to pursue a professional flying career.

Operate multi-engine aircraft

Learn multi-engine flight techniques to operate more complex aircraft like Piper Seneca. These types of aircraft provide additional safety because of having two engines instead of just one. You will also learn to control the aircraft under asymmetric (single engine) power.

Go into an airline career

Multi-Engine Piston Rating training is an essential part of your training if you have airline career goals. It is a mandatory item to apply for your first Type Rating and later to get an airline job.

WHY
BAA Training?

One of 3 major ATOs in Europe providing full-scope pilot training from Ab Initio to Type Rating

Four simulator training centers and three flight bases.

Best students are often referred to partner airlines for employment

Airline level admission assessments are developed in close collaboration with airlines, allowing to prepare highly qualified First Officers

Flight training is conducted at an international airport, enabling students to get used to their future work environment

Freedom to choose from in-class and virtual classroom theory training

Highly competent training instructors who at the same time work as airline Captains and First Officers

MEP training
structure

The theoretical part consists of 8 subjects (11 hours) to be completed within 1 week and flight training takes 7 hours (spread over 2 weeks) and is performed under VFR and IFR.

TOTAL DURATION:

18
hours

3

weeks

MEP
theory

HOURS
11

WEEK
1

MEP
flight training (VFR/IFR)

HOURS
7

WEEKS
2

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ENTRY
requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

License

Valid EASA PPL or CPL license; 50 hours of cross-country flight as a pilot-in-command (PIC)

English language proficiency ICAO level 4

English language proficiency ICAO level 4

EXPLORE OUR
training locations!

Ground school:
Lleida-Alguaire in Spain

You will complete the theoretical part at Lleida-Alguaire Airport, the same spot where our flight school is based.

As the ground school is in close proximity to the flight school, students see the airplanes, flight instructors, maintenance team and all the processes, which is a motivating factor for them.

The ground school is technologically-equipped to fit the evolving needs of modern learners.

Flight school:
Lleida-Alguaire in Spain

Our main flight base is in Spain, Lleida-Alguaire International Airport. It is a convenient location with developed infrastructure and a suitable climate for conducting training year-round.

Our second flight base is in Castellón-Costa Azahar Airport, to which flight training can sometimes be transferred due to changing circumstances.

You will practice on Cessna type of aircraft and FNPT device.

STUDENTS' LIFE
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