The privileges of a Multi-Crew Cooperation Instructor (MCCI) certificate allows the instructor to carry out flight instruction during:
Please note there are specific requirements to be met which allows the instructor to carry out the above individual privileges.
Please refer to ‘FCL.905.MCCI – Privileges and conditions’ in Easy Access Rules for further guidance.
An applicant for an aeroplane MCCI certificate shall:
An applicant for a helicopter MCCI certificate shall:
Please refer to 'FCL.915.MCCI - Prerequisites' in Easy Access Rules for further guidance
The MCCI training course shall include, at least:
Applicants holding or having held an FI, TRI, CRI, IRI or SFI certificate shall be fully credited towards the 25 hours of teaching and learning requirement within the MCCI course.
For further guidance on the MCCI course syllabus please refer to ‘AMC1 FCL.930.MCCI - Training course in Easy Access Rules.
An MCCI certificate is issued with a validity of 3 years. However, a revalidation can be completed within the last 12 months of the expiry date.
Therefore, the new expiry date of a further 3 years will be calculated from the current expiry date of the MCCI certificate when completed within the revalidation period.
To revalidate an MCCI certificate, applicants are required to complete the following requirement within the last 12 months of the validity period of the MCCI certificate:
To renew an expired MCCI certificate, applicants are required to complete the following requirement within 12 months immediately preceding the submission of their application:
Please refer to 'FCL.940.MCCI - Revalidation and renewal' in Easy Access Rules for further guidance.
The above can be submitted to the UK CAA either by the postal service to the Gatwick Office or to email@example.com.
During the current Covid-19 pandemic, we ask that all paperwork is sent to us electronically.
If you have any queries, please contact the Examiners team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0330 022 1972 between the hours of 08:30 and 16:30 Monday to Friday.
Please ensure that your training provider is approved to conduct the specific course that you are undertaking.
We strongly recommend you check that your instructor and examiner hold the relevant privileges to conduct the training and any flight test, examination or assessment of competence that is being carried out.
How to find a UK examiner or UK approved school
For questions relating to paperwork, such as how to obtain certified copies of documents, please refer to Guidance on documentation.
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