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This is the first in a series of 12 short videos about the reasons for miscommunication between pilots and controllers. To improve your English skills for accurate communication, please see the demo of the’Practice ICAO English’ course by clicking the link.
In this very short aviation English vocabulary presentation you will learn the meaning of “run out of” and see it used in 4 example sentences. The audio can be heard too.
Watch the video and listen to the real ATC. What flight level did the controller instruct the pilot to climb to and what squawk code did he give?
You are going to check your aviation English listening skills by watching an excellent video of a flight to Insbruck and answering questions. The Captain describes the Flight deck instruments. The recording is good quality, so understanding is easy.
Flying For The Future This aviation English video comprehension lesson is fun and informative. You will learn some important facts about the future of flying in European skies and you’ll also check your aviation English listening comprehension. FLYING FOR THE FUTURE More PowerPoint presentations from Rachel Shieff
A FREE aviation English vocabulary and comprehension lesson on the topic of lasers blinding pilots in Russia. You will learn the words heard in the report at the beginning of the video. You will then listen to the report while reading the important points of the story.
In Part 4 of this interview you will hear Bruce Jett Green talking about a catastrophic airforce event and the crew resource management training that followed as a result. Bruce also answers Alan’s question about terrorist and hijacking events. Please learn the following words before listening to the interview. camouflage – to hide the appearance of something in order to deceive the enemy “blending into” the pine forest – the colour of the pine forest is the same as the …
In this FREE aviation English lesson you will learn the words to talk about a real birdstrike that happened in Manchester Airport, England. You will watch a video of the event and test your understanding by answering questions. You can find more materials here on this aviation English blog – keep viewing. Aviation English Lesson – BIRDSTRIKE More PowerPoint presentations from Rachel Shieff
Learn the aviation English words for vehicles that you will see at airports. Your knowledge of what you have learned will be tested at the end of this short FREE lesson. Aviation English Lesson – Airport Vehicles More PowerPoint presentations from Rachel Shieff