Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating – MECIR

Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating – MECIR

The premier rating on your flight crew licence and our speciality.

The premier rating on your flight crew licence and our speciality. You will benefit from our highly experienced instructor’s real-world experience and airline backgrounds. We are not your typical GA school, our instructors have significant GA and Airline experience allowing us to guide you through this challenging and rewarding addition to your licence.

 

A multi-engine command instrument rating allows you to navigate an aircraft under the IFR by sole reference to the instruments in non-visual conditions. Take your understanding of the weather to a whole new level, you will be challenged and have fun learning about what it takes to navigate safely through the sky and across the country or the world, by use of ground-based and satellite-based navigation techniques.

You will learn to safely conduct both 2D and 3D approaches to allow you to safely arrive at your destination. Our in-house Flight Examiner’s will ensure you feel comfortable and confident to take your new skills to the sky.

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To meet the CASA Part 61 requirements for the issue of a Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating, you will need to complete a minimum of 40 hours of instrument time.

20 hours of this will be completed in our fully CASA certified synthetic trainer and 20 hours will be completed in your choice of aircraft.

The flight component will be a practical application of what you’ve learned during a series of short navigational scenarios where you will develop good IFR decision-making and practical skills.

Depending on your experience, availability, and means, it can take as little as 2 weeks to become a fully qualified Multi Engine IFR pilot through our flight training.

Like most fundamental training programs, we recommend you keep the lessons as close together as you can afford to, as this will make it easier to carry the new skills you learn onto the next lesson.

  • Australian PPL or CPL
  • 1hr PIC Night
  • IREX Theory Exam Pass
  • A Current Class 1 or Class 2 Australian Medical
  • Minimum 18 years of age

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