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The purpose of an APS MCC course is to seamlessly transition the candidate from single pilot operations developing the skills required for safe and efficient multi crew flight deck operation while consolidating existing instrument flying and technical competence. At the completion of the APS MCC course, the candidate will be delivered to a point of readiness to successfully complete an airline operator type rating program in the most favourable conditions.
The Airline JOC course is designed to give a candidate training and exposure to the handling qualities of a jet airliner. It uses the Boeing 737-800 or Airbus A320 as the training platform, bridging the gap between a propeller-driven CPL/ATPL pilot competencies, to those required at Transport Jet handling level.
B738 Type Rating - Crew Rate
This is an Boeing 737-800 Type Rating course for candidates that have the necessary experience. This course develops the candidate to have the required skills and competencies for the issue of a type rating. This cost estimate is based on a paired crew configuration.
The PTC airline standard MCC Program not only satisfies EASA and SA-CAA guidelines but is designed to be the first essential step in developing and training a candidate with knowledge and skills required for operations in a disciplined airline flight deck environment. This course equips the candidate with the necessary proficiencies to effectively operate in a multi-crew airline environment on a Jet Multi-Engine Airliner under IFR conditions. Operational proficiency in a commercial flying environment is a prerequisite for aspirant airline pilots. The PTC developed "Expertisation" element of our MCC course bridges your development from single pilot operating methods to those required for successful Airline line operations.