Below you can find information about the course content, pricing, timeline and other course details.
In order to be eligible for the MCC/JOC course you need to fulfill all the requirements listed below:
– Valid Medical Class 1
– CPL License (ATPL frozen)
– Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
– ICAO Language Proficiency 4
Next Course Date
The next available MCC/JOC course starts are:
– March 12th 2018
– April 9th 2018
– April 23rd 2018
– May 21st 2018
– June 11th 2018
– August 13th 2018
– August 27th 2018
– September 17th 2018
– October 15th 2018
– November 19th 2018
– December 3rd 2018
The total cost for the standalone MCC course is 3,500 EUR.
The total cost for the standalone JOC course is 2,500 EUR.
The total cost for the MCC/JOC course is 5,500 EUR and includes the following:
– MCC Theory (25 hours classroom training)
– JOC Theory (8 hours classroom training)
– MCC B737NG Simulator Training 20 hours
– JOC B737NG Simulator Training 8 hours
– Course literature
Money Back Guarantee
Stoflight Guarantees that you will receive your money back should we break/not deliver as agreed per our student contract.
The theoretical part of the MCC-course takes 3 days to complete full time.
The second stage is comprised of 5 sessions of simulator á 4 hours per session. This takes roughly 7 days to complete.
Once you’ve completed Stage 2, you’ve officially completed the MCC-course and will now focus on the Jet orientation part, a full day classroom theory.
JOC Simulator training 2 sessions, 8 hours total
The MCC Course has been designed to train single seat pilots to obtain the team skills necessary for the safe operation of complex, multi crew, jet aircraft. During the course you will be introduced to the competencies necessary for this demanding transition. The training will take place throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions. This course meets the EASA requirements.
Why Sweden and SFA for your training?
Scandinavia, Sweden, is a perfect place to get the experience you need to become a good Pilot. You will experience hot summers as well as winter operations with low visibility. In many parts of the world they see our climate as a grey and cold however when it comes to Pilot training, it is actually the best climate you can wish for. We want our future Pilots to experience the reality of aviation, with all types of weather and scenarios.
Our instructors are highly qualified and experienced airline pilots. We probably have the highest percentage of airline experience amongst our instructors. This is a key factor in ensuring our programs to be updated for the aviation industry and it’s challenges and requirements.
March 3rd 2018