Both VFR and IFR communications are taught together in this core subject. You will learn and understand the proper terminology and phraseology used in the world of aviation. You will also learn how to communicate with the air traffic controllers and services, combined with the call signs and compliance with the instructions. At the end of each subject, there will be interactive guided discussions with the respective instructors where they will address and prepare you for some of the toughest questions given by the authorities regarding the topic.
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Topics of the Communications
Meanings and significance; ATS(Air Traffic Services) abbreviations; Q code groups commonly used in radiotelephony(RT) air-ground communications; Categories of messages; Transmission of letters; Transmission of numbers; Transmission of time; Transmission techniques
RT call signs for aeronautical stations including use of abbreviated call signs; RT call signs for aircraft including use of abbreviated call signs; Transfer of communication; Test procedures including readability scale; Radar procedure phraseology
Standard words and phrases; Read back and acknowledge requirements