Multi Engine Aeroplane Rating (MEA)

A multi engine endorsement also referred to as a multi engine class rating is designed to train pilots in the operation of an aircraft with more than one engine.
The most common aircraft for getting a twin engine endorsement are the following:

  • Beechcraft BE76 Duchess
  • Piper Comanche PA30
  • Piper Seminole PA- 44
What is Required for a Multi Engine Rating?
  • As a minimum, you must have completed your private pilot licence (PPL) before you can complete the multi engine class rating aeroplane endorsement.
  • Some pilots choose to do a constant speed unit CSU endorsement on a single engine aircraft like the Cessna 182T before transitioning to a twin where they complete the retractable gear endorsement. Or have a Manual Propeller Pitch Control (Piston Engine) Endorsement where no training will be required.
PRE-STUDY MATERIAL – Multi-Engine Command Rating (MECR)
  • Understanding the normal, abnormal and emergency procedures applicable to your aircraft is fundamental in completing your multi rating.
  • Along with the systems and performance characteristics stipulated in the Aircraft Flight Manual & Pilots Operating Handbook (POH).
  • Complete the CASA multi-engine aircraft endorsement questionnaire is the first step before the practical flying component for the particular training aircraft.
  • Manual Propeller Pitch Control (Piston Engine) Endorsement
Royal Newcastle Aero Club Flight Training Tiger Moth Joy Flights
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Why Choose Royal Newcastle Aero Club
  • RNAC has been training Pilots since 1928
  • Maitland Aerodrome has been the home for RNAC since 1960 over 60 years. Royal Newcastle Aero Club owns and operates Maitland Aerodrome.
  • Our proximity to Newcastle Airport a Military/Class C airspace and close proximity to Tamworth and Bankstown Aerodromes Class D airspace, gives greater exposure to a real life commercial aviation environment when exposed to a military, RPT and corporate aviation.
  • We offer a variety of aircraft to conduct multi engine training in.
  • You can choose from a basic trainer for the initial rating or for those more experienced a twin engine high performance endorsement.
RNAC Multi Engine Flight Instructors
  • With instructor’s focused solely on multi engine and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), take advantage of their experience and knowledge.
  • Our multi engine instructors have worked within many facets of commercial aviation use their knowledge to assist you in your future endeavours within aviation.