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Analyzing various accidents, including the KLM/Pan-Am disaster in Tenerife, has shown that the most dangerous part of an aircraft is the pilot himself! That is why nowadays a lot of emphasis is placed on good cooperation in the cockpit during the flight training of commercial pilots. 1+1 must become 3.

Multi Crew Coordination Course (MCC)

You can choose to do an MCC training of one week on a FNPTII fixed base simulator for Boeing 737, but you can also do your Multi Crew Coordination course (MCC) at ExecutiveFlight on a real fully approved “full motion Six-Axis” B737 airline do a flight simulator for a very reasonable additional price! See the Pricing page.


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Multi Crew Coordination (MCC) helps with better cooperation in the cockpit
Jet Orientation Course
The JOC helps with flying heavy jets

This high-quality training is specially designed to teach you the team skills you will need on today’s modern multi-crew flight decks. The team of flight instructors is experienced and consists entirely of ex-airline captains with many thousands of flying hours. These enthusiastic people will take you by the hand and introduce you to the airline world. They have a wealth of information that they are happy to share with you to learn what it’s like to fly a heavy jet in no time. All this under normal, abnormal and emergency flight conditions. Everything is explained in detail during the ground school internship, after which you will put it into practice in the flight simulator.

This is how you kill 2 birds with one stone: You get your MCC and you gain valuable experience in the most used airliner in the world. In this way you are optimally prepared for the next steps in your career, such as your first airline interview and the subsequent sim check. The Type Rating Instructors (TRIs) know the airline recruitment process of most airlines in detail and can even advise you on the most commonly used scenarios that you can expect from the various airlines during your sim check.

Who do you think has the best chance of being hired? Is someone from a regular MCC trajectory or you with already 20 hours of real-life experience on the 737 going to be hired?

Starting requirements MCC and UPRT

  • PPL or CPL with a valid ME-IR Rating
  • The MCC course based on an FNPTII takes 15 hours if you fly alone or 20 hours if you can be placed together with another student. (10 hours pilot flying and 10 hours pilot non flying)
  • EF is unique in that this MCC only takes 1 week instead of 2 weeks elsewhere!

MCC overview

You get 25 hours of theory briefings:

  • 15-20 hours flight time on the simulator
  • You study in a very modern environment, equipped with the very latest B737 / B747 Computer Based Training (CBT) & Audio Visual (AV) training resources.

Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

You may have heard of the UPRT training, but what is it actually? UPRT stands for Upset Prevention and Recovery training. In this training, you will receive a theoretical explanation and practical experience of unusual attitudes and how to fix them. EASA saw the need for this because the currently trained pilots have too little experience with unusual attitudes…

Most will already have some experience with Basic UPRT as is done in the PPL with stalls and spins. But in the Advanced UPRT you really go to the limits to improve your skills. The UPRT ensures that you are more in control in any situation. In other words, it makes you a better pilot!

Why do I need the UPRT?

The UPRT has been made mandatory by EASA since December 2019. Without this training you are not allowed to get a Type rating for a certain aircraft. First the UPRT was done during the type rating, but now it is mandatory before you start a type rating.

UPRT overview

For the course you will need to do the following:

  • 5 hours of theory
  • 3 hours dual flight training

We have made every effort to minimize prices.


MCC on FNPTII simulator€ 2,535
UPRT on C172€ 1,755
*(all incl. except pilot supplies/books, government charges)


€ 2,535

*(all incl. except pilot supplies/books, government charges)


€ 2,535
€ 1,755

*(all incl. except pilot supplies/books, government charges)

Specific advantages of MCC and JOC at ExecutiveFlight

  • According to your own preference you can do the MCC and JOC on FNPTII or on a Full Flight Simulator Airline. Doing the (optional, hence not mandatory by law) JOC on an FFS (Full flight Simulator) is often a requirement at the airlines and prepares you very well for the airline grading and the Type Rating (TR) on B737 or Airbus A320 etc.


Upon request


MCC: 1-2 weeks. | JOC: 2 days. Depending on the availability of the candidate.

MCC training overview

The MCC course based on a FNPTII takes 5 days includng 3 days of theory, the MCC on the full airline sim takes 10 days including 5 days of  theory: You’ll study in a very modern environment, equipped with the latest B737 / B747 Computer Based Training (CBT) and Audio Visual (AV ) training resources. You are no less than 10 days in the simulator with a total of 20 hours of full motion jet simulator time. (10 hours Pilot Flying and 10 hours Pilot nonflying) All manuals and docs are included.

Jet Orientation Course (JOC) training overview

The 5 day JOCs consist of a half a day briefing after which you’ll experience 10 exciting flight hours (5 Pilot Flying & 3 Pilot Non Flying) in the full motion Six-Axis “B737 airline simulator.

Legal requirements

The MCC training course shall include at least:

1) 25 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction and exercises; and

2) 20 hours of practical MCC training, or 15 hours in case of student-pilots attending an ATP integrated course. Use should be made of an FNPT II MCC or an FFS. When the MCC training is combined with initial training for type rating, the practical MCC training may be reduced to not less than 10 hours if the same FFS is used for both the MCC training and the type rating.

b) The MCC training should be completed at an ATO within six months.

c) Unless the MCC course has been combined with a course for a type rating, the candidate will receive a certificate of completion upon completion of the MCC training course.

d) An applicant having completed MCC training for any other category of aircraft shall be exempted from the requirements in a) 1). FCL.740.A Extension of class and type ratings – Winged airplanes

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