The Multi Crew Cooperation course (MCC) prepares students in operating a multi-pilot, multi-engine airplane under IFR conditions. The objectives of the course are optimum decision making, communication, division of tasks and use of checklists, mutual supervision, teamwork and support, throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions. The course meets EASA-FCL requirements.
1. ME/IR skill test passed;
2. ELP Certificate level 4 or above.
The MCC course consists of at least 25 hours theoretical training and at least 20 hours flying training in a FFS for the applicable aircraft and can be adjusted to fit the individual needs. The MCC Course is completed in 5 sessions of 4 hours each and every 4-hour session is split belween 2 hours as Pilot Flying (PF) and 2 hours as Pilot Non Flying (PNF).
MCC course could be integrated with a type rating. The practical synthetic flight training can therefore
be reduced to 10 hours instead of the 20 hours required initially.
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