This course will allow the student to operate in a flight environment where the crew works as a team of cooperating members led by the pilot-in-command (PIC). The course in taken in an Airbus A320 FFS simulator usually used by Airline crews for recurrent training.
The last step before the big planes
The Multicrew Cooperation Course is a required training course before moving on to obtain an Type Rating of a multi-crew airplane (airplanes certified for two-pilot minimum crew required).
Barcelona Flight School (E-ATO-037) is an authorized centre by the Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea under EASA Part-FCL with the ATO number E-ATO-037 to provide flight training, with over 60 years of experience.
The course is composed of 15 theory sessions, to be held at one of the two centers associated with Barcelona Flight School, and a qualifying theoretical exam.
The hands-on part of the course is done in a FNPT-II simulator, either a Beechcraft King Air B200 simulator or an Airbus A320 simulator. The course consists in 20 or 30 hours at the simulator, flown in two weeks with another student.
The approximate duration of the course is 2 weeks, allowing the student to complete the ground school and simulator training simultaneously.
Applicants must comply with the following:
- Passed ATPL theoretical exams
- Class I Medical
- CPL/ME/IR flight phases done