EASA Aviation IFR English rating

Rating of the Aviation English - EASA IFR English and EASA VFR English.

Aviation English - EASA IFR and VFR English

The EASA language proficiency requires to assess the abilities and proficiency of the flight crew member to use the aviation phraseology and aviation communication. The language proficiency Certificate will be issued and restricted to the flying rules and procedures for which have been the procedures checked during the aviation English exam - EASA IFR Exam or EASA VFR Exam.

Rating of the EASA aviation IFR English is performed by one person. Aero Language involves the language proficiency examiner who has the extensive experience with the air operations. Usually, the EASA aviation IFR English and EASA aviation VFR English language proficiency exams are assessed by the flight instructors, but mainly by the flight examiner with extensive experience..

The language proficiency examiner rates the EASA aviation IFR English sections in real-time.

EASA aviation IFR English and EASA aviation VFR English language proficiency exams are rated in real-time. Both aviation English exams are rated either pass or fail. In order to pass the aviation English exam, you need to pass all the sections of the EASA aviation English exam.

The EASA aviation IFR English is provided by the Aero Language directly based on its approval SVK.LAB.04. The EASA aviation VFR English is provided in close cooperation with EASA flight school - ProfiPilot Academy. The flight school is EASA complaint and holds the approved training organization - ATO certificate. ProfiPilot Academy provides the assessment of the EASA aviation VFR English as the part of its ab-initio private pilot flight trainings.

As a part of the aviation communication exam (IFR English), the language proficiency examiner focuses mainly on Exam candidate's ability to respond to the following situations:

  • listening and comprehension of ATIS, flight planning
  • initial contact with ATC and ATC flight clerance
  • taxi clearance
  • emergency procedures during taxi
  • take-off clearance
  • departure procedures
  • emergency procedures
  • in-flight diversion to the alternate airport
  • holding entry procedures and holding
  • maintaining holding patterns
  • approach procedures
  • landing clearance and taxi clearence
  • taxiing
  • preventing runway incursions
  • engine switch off