Reading You Five VFR

Meteorological information

Home » Reading You Five VFR Meteorological information in the form of reports, forecasts or warnings is made available to pilots using aeronautical mobile service either by broadcast (e.g. VOLMET) or by means of specific transmissions from ground personnel to pilots. Standard meteorological abbreviations and terms should be used and the information should be transmitted [...]
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

Distress and urgency procedures and communications failure procedures

Home » Reading You Five VFR Distress and urgency communication procedures are detailed in Annex 10, Volume II. Distress and urgency conditions are defined as: Distress: a condition of being threatened by serious and/or imminent danger and of requiring immediate assistance. Urgency: a condition concerning the safety of an aircraft or other vehicle, or of [...]
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

Area control

Home » Reading You Five VFR Area control units vary in size from simple one-person units to large and sophisticated centers which may contain departure, arrival and terminal control sections equipped with radar. RTF phraseology given in the lesson would be suitable for any of the above air traffic services.
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

Approach control

Home » Reading You Five VFR
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

General ATS surveillance service phraseology

Home » Reading You Five VFR This lesson contains general ATS surveillance service (radar) phraseology which is commonly used in communications between aircraft and all types of radar units. In a radar environment heading information given by the pilot and heading instructions given by controllers are in degrees magnetic.
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

Aerodrome control

Home » Reading You Five VFR Concise and unambiguous phraseology used at the correct time is vital to smooth, safe and expeditious operation of an aerodrome. Controllers should not transmit to an aircraft during take-off, initial climb, the last part of final approach or the landing roll, UNLESS NECESSARY for SAFETY REASONS. It may indeed [...]
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

General phraseology

Home » Reading You Five VFR Some abbreviations, which by their common usage have become part of aviation terminology, may be spoken using their constituent letters rather than the phonetic alphabet, for example, ILS, QNH. The following words may be omitted from transmissions provided that no confusion or ambiguity will result: “SURFACE” in relation to surface wind direction [...]
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

General Operating Procedures

Home » Reading You Five VFR Radiotelephony (RTF) provides the means by which pilots and air traffic services personnel communicate with each other. Used properly, the information and instructions transmitted are of vital importance in assisting in the safe and expeditious operation of aircraft. However, the use of non-standard procedures and phraseology can cause misunderstanding. Incidents and accidents have [...]
By Olivier Thaon | Uncategorized
DETAIL

About AEPS

AEPS is a training and certification center dedicated to the FCL.055 (EASA) et ELP (ICAO) assessments. This unique combination of services allows the candidates to better their odds to pass the assessment and get their English language proficiency certificate.

Terms & Conditions | Legal Notice

TOP