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.
Flightpath is the definitive course for pilots and Air Traffic Controllers who need an ICAO4 level of English to work in the industry.
This aviation English course, published by Cambridge, provides a comprehensive foundation of all the communication skills needed for aviation professionals to communicate in non-routine situations. It includes audio CDs and DVDs.
This book takes you through the airspace system using typical examples of radio transmissions to help increase your comfort level when using the mic.
This course in radio communications, designed by the reference expert in Aviation English, Yves Rengade, is the only one to be based on authentic in-flight recordings used as language training material which will help you to acquire or consolidate the competences required by ICAO by adopting a personalized method of working.
The advantage of the approach followed by ICAO is that it clearly identifies the competences whose acquisition guarantees the required linguistic level; the objectives being clearly defined, it is important that from the outset you prioritize your needs so that you can organize your work accordingly. With MP3 sound files inside.
AIRCOM is complemented by AIRCOM TWINS, a glossary and a vocabulary learning guide. Highly recommended to achieve the competences required by the ICAO.
This magnificent aeronautical dictionary is a reference work for airport and air navigation professionals, airlines and air forces, aeroclubs and pilot schools, manufacturers, journalists, translators, students and aviation enthusiasts.
Twenty-one years of study with extensive documentation from ICAO, EUROCONTROL, AENA, SENASA, CAA, FAA, IATA, JEPPESEN, JANE's, AICs, AIPs, NOTAMs, one hundred books, manuals, aeronautical magazines, dictionaries, encyclopedias and, finally, the Internet.
About 100,000 equivalents in about 22,000 entries.