Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR)
Any pilot wanting to fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) must have an Instrument Rating added to their licence, allowing flight in cloud and reduced visibility. You can fly under IFR and down to a minimum decision height of 200’ using an instrument approach.
At Euro Flight Training we have a modern FNPT II simulator. Manufactured by Diamond, the DA42NG simulator is an actual aircraft cockpit and so perfectly replicates the DA42NG aircraft, meaning you don’t have to adapt to new avionics and controls when you move on to the aeroplane. This allows your training to continue seamlessly, saving time and confusion.
Valid PPL (A) (with R/T licence) or CPL (A) or ATPL in another aircraft category
Class 1 medical, or Class 2 medical with Audiogram
Night rating if you want to operate at night
50 hours cross country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, TMGs, helicopters or airships, of which at least 10 hours must be in aeroplanes
Completed set of IR or ATPL theory exams
MEP rating or course completion certificate for the MEP rating if combining the class rating test with the IR skills test.