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Old 27th Apr 2017, 07:23
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MCC(H) suggestion

Hello everyone,
i would "invest" some money in an MCC(H)....any (cheap) suggestion in EASAland?
Do you confirm that i can do it only in a helicopter Fnpt ?
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 10:41
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You might want to check EASA Part FCL 735.H(b)

A simulator has to be used...
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 11:57
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Yes but in fcl.735.H (b) it seems like a "generic" FNPT (an FNPT II or III qualified for MCC, an FTD 2/3 or an FFS).... at "GM1 to appendix3; appendix6; fcl735.H" again we can find a "generic" FNPT ... if it was not for the note at the bottom "in this matrix FSTDs credits refer to helicopter FSTDs if not mentioned otherwise "...... I understand that they write FNPT but they intend FNPT (H) however we are in a GM so is it binding?
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 12:12
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Yes, it is....under normal circumstances, one will either do the MCC course (keep in mind there are two:VFR and IFR) while doing an ATPL-course, or combined with the first Multi-Pilot type rating...
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 17:33
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MCC Course | Northern Helicopters

There are plenty of fixed wing sims for MCC which you can use also
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 18:18
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That is not possible.

Check Part FCL 735.H.

d) An applicant having completed MCC training for any other category of aircraft shall be exempted
from the requirement in (a)(1)(i) or (a)(2)(i), as applicable


The requirements refer to the theoretical knowlrdge instruction-NOT to the practical training...as this is in the helicopter section, this means the required hours have to be done on a helicopter FNPT or sim..
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Old 1st Oct 2018, 08:34
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Cost of mcc course

Good morning to everyone, I know I am using an old Post but I could really use your help. I am trying to find out the cost of MCC(H) especially for the as332L1. Does anyone have any ideas
thanks in advance
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Old 1st Oct 2018, 08:39
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Originally Posted by mac oz View Post
Hello everyone,
i would "invest" some money in an MCC(H)....any (cheap) suggestion in EASAland?
Do you confirm that i can do it only in a helicopter Fnpt ?
Good morning did you manage to find any information on the subjet??
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Old 1st Oct 2018, 10:14
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We at Starspeed offer MCC (MCC is non type specific). Please email us: [email protected] and we will be happy to help.
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