- 27 Hours Live Broadcasting
- Study Material & Worksheets
- Homework Assignments
- Progress Testing
- Unlimited Access To EASA (Performance) Question Bank
- The Training Is Accordance To The EASA Regulations
- Access To Our e-Learning System
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
- (IFR PART): Radar procedure phraseology; Level changes and reports; Datalink messages
- Aerodrome weather terms; Weather broadcast
- Voice Communication Failure
- Signals and procedures – DISTRESS; Urgency
- VHF PROPAGATION AND ALLOCATION OF FREQUENCIES; Meteorological observations; Use of morse code.
- Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning.
- Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements.
- No geographic restrictions
- Students can save tremendous time and funds on their overall pilot training!
- Classes are broadcasted LIVE so that students may voice questions and enable optimum learning