Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating

Multi-engine command instrument rating (MECIR) enables the pilot to fly the aircraft in poor visibility conditions. The pilot navigates the airplane through instruments available in the cockpit.

MECIR condition is applied if departure or the arrival airport is having visibly poor conditions. Any pilot skilled with MECIR technique can fly the aircraft in both day and night.

Certification in Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating elevates the proficiency of pilots.

Eligibility

Candidate must have Commercial Pilot License.
Medical Fitness certificate from CASA Designated Aviation Medical Examiner.
Fluency in the English language is a must. The Student should be excellent in read/write/ speak in English.
For international students IELTS Level 6 completion is necessary.

Syllabus Outline

Five weeks of full time training.
40 hours flying in synthetic training & aircraft
Syllabus will cover basic instrument oriented flying
Radio Navigation & Tracking
Instrument Approaches & Landing Procedure
Emergency Procedures

Examinations

Students will be assessed on the basis of their flying in Instrument Metrological conditions.

Certificate

Students are awarded with CASA- Diploma in Flight Instrument.
Ratings differ from CPL and PPL.
CPL- Commercial Pilot License
PPL- Private Pilot License

Dismissal of Course:

100% refund of fees if the institution receives cancellation request in written before four weeks from the commencement of the course.
50% refund of fees before three weeks from the commencement of the course.
Fees will be forfeit if cancellation request comes in two weeks prior the commencement of the session.