MCCI Instructor

The goal of the MCC - Multi Crew Cooperation training is to improve the cockpit coordination between the crew members. The MCC training course is the bridge between the ATPL course and the future workplace within the cockpit environment.


Our experienced MCC trainers will equip you with knowledge that you will need to be able to work as a responsible pilot within an airline crew. The training is devided into a theoretical (25h) and a practical part (20h). The focus of the MCC course is the training of skills such as communication, decision making, teamwork and leadership.


valid PPL(A)-IR or CPL(A)-IR
(ATPL theory credit and MEP-IR recommended)

Course language is German or English.

Theoretical training

25 hours classroom instruction (Videos, CBTs, practical examples)

in the following topics:

  • Interfaces
  • Leadership/Followership and Authority
  • Personality, Attitude and Motivation
  • Communications
  • Crew Coordination Procedures
  • Use of Checklists
  • Mutual Supervision
  • Information and Support

Practical training

20 flight hours for each student, 10 hours of which as a Pilot Flying PF and 10 hours as Pilot non Flying PNF.

Duration of training

The theoretical training comprises 4 days, the practical simulator training has a scope of 5 days. In case there are more than two students doing the course the duration is extended. After having successfully passed the training each course student will get the MCC certificate from AEROTOURS ATO. The responsible civil aviation office (e.g. LBA, CAA) will endorse the MCC rating in your license.

High-End Glass-Cockpit-Simulators

King Air 200 GT

The training will be conducted on our newest generation simulator King Air 200 GT - FNPT II MCC. Equipped with Collins ProLine 21 Glass-Cockpit, FMS, EGPWS, TCAS II as well as many other systems which meet the most modern standards in aviation, we are able to prepare you best for your pilot career.

Boeing 737-800W NG

The Boeing 737NG FNPT II MCC simulator is operated from our partner Sim4u in the Lufthansa Flight Training Center Berlin. With a full functional overhead panel, a FMC and EFIS system the simulator is ideally suited to train the MCC course at an airliner. The chart database is based on Lufthansa Systems LIDO official FMS nav data. The visual system is Full Flight Simulator Level D quality (FOV: 200 x 40 deg) RSI Raster xT Image Generator.