MCC instructor course

Take your place and instruct

Guide your student to complete the Multiple Crew Coordination (MCC) training and learn how to work in an airline with the necessary techniques.

The practical part of the Multiple Crew Coordination Instructor (MCCI) course will be carried out in the Airbus 320 simulator (APT, FNPT II MCC), a European aircraft and one of the most used by airlines worldwide. You will also have airline pilots as instructors who will provide you with quality training to operate a commercial aircraft between pilot and co-pilot.

Training objective

The objective of the course is to obtain the MCCI qualification with which the holder will be able to provide training in approved MCC (Multi-Crew Cooperation) courses.

Theoretical and practical training for mcc instructors

Requirements

The MCCI course is intended for Pilots who have or have had a JAA State-issued professional pilot license or a JAR-FCL / EASA license and who have at least 1500 flight hours as a pilot of multi-pilot aircraft.

Duration

  • 25 theoretical hours 
  • 3 briefing hours 
  • 3 MCC simulator practice hours

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