Multi Crew Co-Operation course (MCC) with FNPT II simulator (equipped with aircraft models B200 Super King Air, ATR-42)
Multi Crew Co-Operation course is essential to fly as an airline crew member in Multi Pilot Aircraft (MPA). MCC course is required (or is significant advantage) to be completed by most airlines before an interview. The aim of the course is to become proficient in multi-crew co-operation (MCC) in order to operate safely multi-pilot multi-engine airplanes under IFR. 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.
- Leadership / "followership" and authority;
- Personality, attitude and motivation;
- Effective and clear communication during flight;
- Crew co-ordination procedures;
- Use of checklists;
- Mutual supervision, information and support;
- Call-out procedures;
- Operation of aircraft systems;
- Crewmember roles and responsibilities during normal operations;
- Crewmember roles and responsibilities during abnormal operations.
- At least 100 hours as pilot-in-command;
- Valid multi-engine IFR and ATPL (JAR-FCL 1.285).
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Last updated December 11, 2017