Theory includes computer-based training (CBT), Mock-up of a flight deck, Classroom Instruction, practical training and examinations, Limitations, Mass & Balance Calculations, Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) Performance (Tables) and Operational Procedures Training.
The Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course secures you with realistic training while learning to operate multi-pilot, multi-engine airplanes under IFR.
The practical part is done at the location of BAA Training partners on the ATR 42 or ATR 72 FFS chosen before the start of the training. Each FFS session is comprised of 4 hours of flight training for a crew of two pilots. A minimum period of eleven days is required, and the training time is divided between Pilot Flying and Pilot Not Flying. The last session is a skill test. A briefing starts an hour before the flight session, whereas debriefing lasts for an hour after the session.
Flight training is performed within 60 days after a successful completion of training in the FFS. Base training for multi-pilot airplanes for a trainee pilot having over 500 hours of MPA experience in aircraft of a similar size includes at least 4 landings, of which at least one is a full stop. In all other cases, the student completes at least 6 landings. The airplane training provided is at most 2 hours.
70 hours as a pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aeroplane
Valid CPL(A) or ATPL(A) issued by DGCA of India
Valid multi-engine (ME) and instrument rating (IR)
Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
MCC and Advanced UPRT (only for EASA and only for the first type) certificate of completion*
*MCC can be integrated into the Type Rating training upon request. Advanced UPRT can be arranged separately at our flight school in Lleida-Alguaire.
English language proficiency
ICAO level 4
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