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Safe and confident aeronautical radio is a basic requirement for successful flights. This textbook is the ideal support for all pilots to learn professional IFR radiotelephony and to prepare for the examination to obtain the General Radiotelephony Certificate AZF.
Using a practical example flight, all elements of an instrument flight are discussed where the pilot comes into contact with air traffic control - starting with flight planning and the task of a flight plan, through take-off, taxiing, take-off and cruising to landing. Not only are the voice groups explained, but also the IFR procedures behind them.
Furthermore, the book contains detailed information on special procedures such as flight rule changes or all-weather flight operations. In addition, emergency and urgent procedures are described. A radiotelephony example from everyday airline life, a comprehensive list of abbreviations and a vocabulary collection of English technical terms round off the contents.
NEW IN THIS EDITION:
Adaptation to current procedures, terminology and voice groups.
Inclusion of the description of PBN procedures
Adaptation to current examination requirements of the BNetzA
Voice radio example set to music
Helge Zembold is an airline pilot on the Airbus A320 family and also does private powered and glider flying. He works voluntarily as a tow pilot and flight instructor and trains pilots mainly in VFR and IFR radiotelephony. Helge Zembold also works as an aviation journalist and editor for aviation-related publications.