AIRCOM TWINS is the ideal tool for pilots who want to obtain a minimum score of 4, obtaining and consolidating with it the competences required by ICAO.
This book is the perfect complement to AIRCOM, published by the same author, Yves Rengade. Both manuals constitute the complete associated English course in radio communications for airline pilots.
It is a very interesting book that offers an easy and practical learning of the subject. With it you will not only learn aeronautical terminology but also learn and improve your knowledge of English in all aspects.
The aim of this manual is to help you to acquire or consolidate the competences required by ICAO and, to this end, to adopt a personalized method of working.
AIRCOM Twins provides you with two complementary tools which will allow you to fully master the language of radio communications.
Part I is a glossary of terms and phrases pilots and controllers use in their radio exchanges; they are all presented in an authentic context representative of a wide variety of routine and non-routine situations.
Part II is a vocabulary learning guide in which the terms and phrases listed in the glossary are classified by phase of flight; thus, by selecting a particular phase, you will be able to revise rapidly the key terms and phrases relating to that phase.
AIRCOM Twins will be most profitable if used jointly with AIRCOM, the associated English course in radio communications for airline pilots.
Author: Yves Rengade
Publisher: Cépaduès Éditions
Format: Soft Covers
Size: 24 cm. X 17 cm.
Nº of pages: 400
Part I. Glossary of terms & phrases
Part II. Vocabulary leaning guide
1. Pre-flight and start-up problems
2. Parking and ground-handling problems
3. Ground hazards
4. Pre-flight technical incidents
5. Dispatch, customs, security, health
7. Runway surface conditions
8. Take-off and departure
11. Descent and holding
13. Lighting and landing aids
15. ATC-related events
16. Engine trouble
17. Systems failures
18. Fire hazard
19. Weather hazards
20. Passenger & crew-related events
- Yves Rengade