EASA Multi Crew Cooperation - MCC is an additional training to Commercial Pilot License - CPL(A) required to fly within a crew (multi-pilot aircraft with aircrew consisting of at least 2 members). MCC course is required (or is a significant advantage) before a job interview. The aim of the course is to make the pilot become proficient in multi-crew cooperation (MCC) in order to operate safely multi-pilot aircrafts. MCC training takes place in Berlin, Germany.
Course Entry Requirements
- To be Multi Engine Piston - MEP/IR rating holder
- To be at least PPL(A) holder
EASA MCC – Multi Crew Cooperation
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The objectives of MCC training are: optimum decision making, communication, division of tasks, use of checklists, mutual supervision, teamwork, and support throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions. The training emphasizes the development of non-technical skills applicable to working in a multi-crew environment.
MCC course also includes the opportunity to practice the skills that are necessary to be effective team leaders and members. This is achieved by training exercises in which the applicants are crew members in the pilot flying (PF) and the pilot not flying (PNF) roles. The MCC course is conducted on FBS Boeing B737NG Simulator.
Flying Academy is offering both Standard and Advanced MCC training courses.
The practical Exam consist of a simulator session to evaluate your ability to operate as a crew member in normal, abnormal and emergency situations.