Aviation Communication Course

Smell like an aviator, speak Aero Language like an aviator.

Aero language - spoken by pilots and ATCs

Aero Language, or aviation language is the aviation communication used in aviation during voice communication. It is a group of abbreviations, short messages, various phrases, and standard expressions - all of them specific to aviation. Most of them are very intuitive, still, understood by few besides aviation.

Aviation communication and radio-phraseology procedures are important elements of flight training in flight school. Since aircrew on airband use their voice, aviation communication is often the only way to tell if the participants act professionally.

Online communication course

Within area of courses of aviation communication and ICAO English Aero Language also offers aviation communication course which is held online.

During the aviation communication course, Aero Language trainers explain you and prepares you for basic phraseology use during different phases of flight:

  • listening and comprehension of ATIS, flight planning
  • initial contact with ATC and ATC clearence
  • taxi clearance
  • emergency procedures during taxiing
  • takeoff clearance
  • departure procedures
  • emergency procedures
  • alternate airport diversion
  • holding patterns entry procedures
  • holding patterns
  • approach procedures
  • landing clearance and taxi
  • apron parking
  • runway incursion prevention
  • engine shut-down

VFR communication course is aimed for new pilots. It is also aimed for pilots flying VFR - usually holders of private pilot - PPL(A) license or LAPL(A) license.

Future professional pilots or „IFR pilots“ might appreciate IFR communication course.

It is aimed for pilots flying under the IFR rules - usually holders of Commercial pilot CPL(A) license and pilots in training for IFR - instrument rating.