Radio Mastery For Ifr Pilots

Author: Jeff Kanarish
ISBN: 9780692532652
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This is a very personal conversation between you and a pilot who understands your struggle to improve on the radio. It's filled with humor and wit to make the lessons go down smoothly.

Implementing Bilingual Air Traffic Control In Quebec

Author: Sandford F. Borins
Publisher: Institute of Public Administration of Canada
ISBN: 9780919400887
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During the 1960's, more francophones earned VFR licences. The test for the
licence required mastery of English aviation terminology but did not require
fluency in English. Thus a growing proportion of the VFR licenced francophone
pilots were unilingual rather than fluently bilingual. Because of the innate
difficulty of communicating over the static of a two-way radio, these francophone
pilots preferred to speak French to air traffic control. Furthermore, given the rise of
French Canadian ...

Flying Magazine

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Most of the pilots were foreign mercenaries, not emotionally involved with either
Turkey or Bulgaria; when they did meet over Adrianople or the Chatalja Lines,
they waved at each other, evincing no real desire to kill or be killed. When ..... I
counsel you to allow no credence to those who claim that X or Y or Z was really
first, ahead of the Wright brothers; there may have been experimenters who
contrived to get an inch or three of air under their wheels, but they achieved
nothing remotely ...