Aviation English - designed for European and international students.
Our Aviation online course offers 120 hours of aviation English practice, with instant feedback on clarity and pronunciation through unique speech recognition software. Designed for pilots, ATC and flight schools to reach ICAO language proficiency Levels IV (Operational). The course has been designed for European and international students.
Our English Courses are used by airlines, including EVA Air, and have been developed in conjunction with EVA Flight Training Academy.
Practise your aviation English in day-to-day flying, training and common situations through real life scenarios both on the ground and in the air.
Comprehension of aviation language on the ground and in the air
Scenarios based on describing a situation, listening to ATC and responding correctly.
Voice Recognition - real-time feedback on the quality of your speech
Record and review your pronunciation based on standard responses and the speech recognition system.
Comprehension - ability to read text, process and understand it
The exercises are accompanied with interactive quizzes, focused on aviation specific terms and concepts.
A combination of 36 online modules focused on pronunciation, terminology and comprehension. These are 45-60 minutes long with an emphasis on listening and speaking. The modules are suitable for anyone seeking to achieve ICAO Level IV and include:
English is the international language of aviation.
This means that clear communication in English is absolutely critical to aviation safety. The current ICAO English language requirements came about as a result of a study showing that 75% of all aviation incidents and accidents worldwide included a language-related element: either a misunderstanding between the controller and a pilot or between two pilots.
This course has been designed to meet the standards of ICAO Level IV 'Operational' - using a variety of interactive activities to improve vocabulary, structure, pronunciation, fluency, comprehension and interaction.
This course is designed to teach Aviation English to a standard sufficient to achieve ICAO Level 4. Since Radio-telephony (RT) standards differ from region to region, an effort has been made to include examples of standard and non-standard phrases, instructions and commands from every region.
For example, a pilot in Europe might read back a clearance to climb like this:
'Climb flight level two-hundred. Jet two-three-two papa'
Whereas a pilot in North America might read the same clearance back like this:
'Climbing flight level two-zero-zero. Jet two thirty-two papa'
And a pilot in southern Asia might read the same clearance back thus:
'Jet two-three-two papa. Climb level two zero zero'
Our goal is to have our students comprehend and become accustomed to the regional dialects and terms used in aviation across the world.
Our overall grade will determine what level of certificate will be issued.
Once you book the course online on our website, you will receive your login within 24 hours and access to the course for 90 days.
The course login will be sent by our partners Sky Aviation Academy, who will provide online technical and instructor support.