Multi-Engine, piston aircraft, land
If you already possess a private pilot’s license and you wish to enter an elite group of pilots that fly multi-engine aircraft, or perhaps your dream is to become an airline pilot, this flight-training course is for you!
The training itself is composed out of 7 hours of theoretical training with 6 hours of flight training in the Piper Seneca III. According to the JAR-FCL 1 regulations, 3,5 hours of flight training have to be done with the flight condition of asymmetric thrust (simulated engine failure). After the course is complete, the last step is to pass a check-ride with an LKE examiner. The final product of your hard work will be the addition of MEP(L) into your license.