Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC)

General Information

The objectives of the Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course training are to develop ab-initio single seat pilots technical and non-technical components of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to operate a multi-crew aircraft. Training should comprise both theoretical and practical elements and be designed to achieve a number of competencies. During the course, you will be introduced to the competencies necessary for this demanding transition. The training will take place throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions.

FCL.735.A Multi-crew cooperation training course - aeroplanes

The MCC training course shall comprise at least:

  1. 25 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction and exercises.

  2. 20 hours of practical MCC training, or 15 hours in the case of student pilots attending an ATP integrated course. An FNPT II MCC or an FFS shall be used. When the MCC training is combined with initial type rating training, the practical MCC training may be reduced to no less than 10 hours if the same FFS is used for both the MCC and type rating training.

  3. The MCC training course shall be completed within 6 months at an ATO.

  4. Unless the MCC course has been combined with a type rating course, on completion of the MCC training course the applicant shall be given a certificate of completion.


Pilots who plan to conduct a Type Rating Course, should consider conducting a combine MCC and Type Rating Course. In doing so, the trainees are cross-benefited as the MCC is conducted on the same aircraft type as their type rating.


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