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Multi-Engine Piston (Land) – MEP(L)


Purchase this product for 1-month access.

The MEP(L) theory course aims to prepare pilots for operations in multi-engine aircraft. More advanced systems and principles of flight, compared to single-engine aircraft, are explained in a user-friendly and engaging way, with a special focus placed on the effects of engine failure on the behavior of the aircraft. MEP(L) is an additional license written in the PPL (A) or CPL (A) license, which entitles the pilot to operate on multi-engine land piston aircraft.

You will be emailed account details to access the CBT software within 24 hours of placing the order.


The Course includes a question bank and test elements, and the Learning Management System (LMS) provides access to in-depth training records.

Benefits of using the Multi-Engine Piston (Land) – MEP(L) online course

  • Next Generation E-Learning experience improves learning progress, student satisfaction rate & training results
  • LMS gamification techniques raise students’ motivation, engagement & performance
  • Advanced LMS covers all training needs and e-learning courses possessed
  • CBT is built by pilot experts and designed for easy implementation
  • Customization supporting Training Organization’s needs
  • Attractive business model for Students & Training Organizations
  • Content explained in a straightforward way
  • Smaller portions of information that are easier to remember
  • Superior graphics and animations
  • Natural lector voice

Features of Multi-Engine Piston (Land) course

  • 100% compliant with EASA regulatory
  • Dark theme preventing eye tiring & allowing longer study
  • Intuitive LMS platform for all users
  • Working on Tablet, Mobile, and Desktop
  • Online & Offline Mobile access
  • Gamification techniques
  • Communication tool for student & instructor
  • Responsive design (Desktop, Tablet)
  • Full HD graphics and animations
  • Newest technology HTML5
  • High-quality voice
  • SCORM standard

Subjects of MEP(L) online course

  • Aircraft and Engine Systems
  • Propellers
  • Multi-Engine Flight Principles
  • Minimum Control and Safety Speeds
  • Mass and Balance, Limitations and Performance
  • Effects of Engine Failure

Regulatory Compliance and References

This CBT complies with Annex 1 (Part-FCL) to Commission Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 with further amendments, in particular with point FCL.725.A