Comunicaciones Aeronauticas AVA
A manual for pilots that includes all the rules, procedures and techniques necessary for anyone who wants to get started in aeronautical phraseology, as well as for those professionals who want to refresh and update their knowledge acquired long ago.
This work aims to promote the use of a standardized and normalized phraseology that allows the correct exchange of messages avoiding communication problems or misunderstandings between pilots and controllers.
This book, adapted to European regulations, has been designed to offer an easy understanding of its contents to a wide range of professionals in the aviation world: pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants; and in general to all those passionate about the aeronautical field.
In the training of aeronautical personnel it is essential to acquire, train and develop the knowledge in communications that allows the correct exchange of messages.
This book has been designed to offer an easy understanding of its contents to a wide range of professionals in the aviation world: pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants; and in general to all those passionate about the aeronautical field.
Its structure is systematic, accessible and entertaining, starting with the simplest explanations such as the aeronautical alphabet until reaching the complex ones.
Author: F.J. Vega Muñoz
Editorial: Actividades Varias Aeronáuticas S.L. AVA, 4th Edition
Format: Soft cover
Size: 23.4 cm. X 16.6 cm.
No. of pages: 200
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: Aeronautical Alphabet
Chapter 2: Morse code
Chapter 3: Abbreviations
Chapter 4: Definitions
Chapter 5: Transmission of numbers, times and frequencies
Chapter 6: Communications
Chapter 7: Aeronautical Communications Services
Chapter 8: Air Traffic Services Messages
Chapter 9: Radiotelephone Call Signs
Chapter 10: Transmission techniques
Chapter 11: Meaning of standard words and phrases
Chapter 12: Radiotelephone procedure
Chapter 13: Radio Communications Failure
Chapter 14: Aeronautical VFR Phraseology
Chapter 15: IFR Aeronautical Phraseology
Chapter 16: Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)
Chapter 17: Selective Calling Device (SELCAL)
Chapter 18: Position Reports
Chapter 19: Use of the terms "HEAVY" and "SUPER
Chapter 20: Weather Terms
Chapter 21: Aeronautical Vocabulary
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