Multi Crew Coordination

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The Multi Crew Coordination or Multi Crew Co-operation (MCC) is an allowance, an additional training at the commercial pilot licence required in order to fly within a crew,[1] that means in a multi-pilot[2] aircraft with the aircrew consisting of at least two members.[3] It is a requirement for pilots applying for a multi-pilot type rating[4] and can be done separately or together with this type rating. The course is under the supervision of a Flight Training Organization (FTO) or a Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO).[5]

The MCC course's purpose is to train pilots working as part of a multi-member flight crew. It teaches about communication and coordination.[6]

This course is under the law of the Flight Crew Licensing (FCL1) part F.[7][8]

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