Maintenance Check Flight Course

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Standards are just a starting point

Want your staff and customers to feel as safe and secured as possible? Exceed their expectations. Our new Maintenance Check Flight (MCF) course that doesn’t only meet the EASA requirements, it goes beyond the by offering more intensive, more profound training. Thus, preparing the helicopter pilot and staff to conduct their most challenging flights with full confidence.

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MCF Ground training

We have deep dived into the regulations and created an intensive eight-hour theory session that takes you through everything from legal aspects of MCF regulations and risk management to extremely profound checking techniques.

Additional information

  • Duration 8 hours.
  • Flight preparation.
  • Legal aspects: regulations concerning MCFs.
  • Organization of MCFs from to crew composition to cooperation with Air Traffic Control.
  • Risk management; risk assessment and mitigation.
  • Environmental conditions: weather and light requirements for all flight phases.
  • Equipment and instrumentation: on-board access to various parameters.
  • Organization on board: CRM, crew coordination and response to emergencies.
  • Aerodynamics and engines; Performance, stability and control, engines.
  • Ground checks, engine runs, and taxi: a review of checks and associated techniques.
  • Techniques for checks of various systems.
  • Review of failure cases specificto these checks.
  • Post-flight analysis.

MCF Simulator training

We don’t let ourselves off easy, so we won’t do that with you either. During the six-hour simulator training, we demonstrate techniques and reaction methods to a situation you would never want to face in reality. All in a safe environment at our modern simulator facilities.

Additional information

  • Duration: 2h briefing, 2h FFS, 2h debriefing.
  • Demonstration of the techniques for the checks in flight.
  • Demonstrations of possible failure conditions.
  • Opportunity for pilots to conduct checks themselves under supervision.

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