Aero language - spoken by pilots and ATCs
Aero Language, or aviation language is the aviation communication used in aviation in general. 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.
Be aviation professional
During the aviation communication course, our trainer explains 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 flight permit
- taxi clearance
- emergency procedures during taxiing
- takeoff clearance
- departure procedures
- emergency procedures
- alternate airport diversion
- holding patterns entry procedures
- maintaining holding patterns
- approach procedures
- landing clearance and taxiing clear of runway
- apron taxiing
- preventing unauthorized runway intrusions
- engine switch off
Future professional pilots or „IFR pilots“ might appreciate IFR communication course.
On completion of the aviation communication course, you should be able to communicate effectively and successfully undergo simulated IFR or VFR flight regarding the correct use of phraseology from the engine start to engine switch off.
The aviation communication course aims to refresh your skills to make sure that your aviation communication exam is successful.
The aviation communication course for aviation communication exam can be taken either face-to-face in person, or distance mode (for example via Skype workshop).