Overview: Gain your Multi Engine Commercial Pilot Licence with FTA. We provide full training on our Garmin G1000-equipped Diamond DA40 and DA42 Twin Star aircraft, coupled with a state-of-the-art and CAA-certified FNPTII Diamond DA42 Twin Star simulator. If you are completing a Frozen ATPL course, we recommend taking your MEP Rating and ME-IR course before your ME-CPL.
Duration: 3-6 weeks, depending on weather conditions and candidate skill level. This course can be taken full- or part-time.
- Flight planning
- Operational procedures
- General handling
- Radio telephony
- Instrument flight rules
- Operation of complex multi-engine aircraft
- Operation of FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control)
- Operation of EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrument System)
- Emergency procedures
- Valid ICAO PPL
- Current EASA class 1 medical certificate
- Minimum of 150 hours flight time*
- Pass in all relevant ATPL/CPL theoretical exams, as set out in the EASA FCL
- The minimum age for licence issue: 18 years
- Night Rating requirements
- MEP Rating
* As per recent European regulations, we recommend candidates have at least 180 hours, including a minimum of 100 hours as pilot-in-command before starting the course.
To pass their ME-CPL, students must have:
- 20 hours of cross-country flight time
- 1 of the cross-country flights must have been at least 300nm and included two full stop landings at two different aerodromes
- £7,985 inc VAT (provided that either IR or Basic Instrument Flight Module (BIFM) certificate is held).
- 15 aircraft hours for ME-IR holders based on EASA FCL amendment 7*
- 25 aircraft/simulator hours for non-ME-IR holders*
- Airport fees, as per course syllabus*
Note: Test and CAA fees are not included
*Additional hours will be charged at the standard hourly rate. Additional landings are charged at our published rates.