Multi-Crew Pilot License

The multi-crew pilot license (MPL) is a pilot training scheme adopted by the International Civil Aviation Organization in 2006 in which an individual is allowed to serve as a first officer of an airliner with limited training and knowledge of only certain job requirements pertaining to one aircraft type. For good reason, the MPL is not an available airline pilot training pathway in the United States, and ALPA opposes any effort for MPL to become a pathway.