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Safest Year For Air Travel : 2011

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A study by the International Transport Association (IATA) has revealed the number of fatal air crashes fell from 23 in 2010 to 22 this year, as a result the number of deaths have dropped significantly.

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Boeing ,7000, And Counting

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The 7000th Boeing 737 built was delivered to Dubai-based flydubai. This Next-Generation 737-800 has been equipped with the new Boeing Sky Interior.In November 2010, flydubai had the distinction to be the first airline in the world to offer passengers an enhanced onboard experience with the brand new Boeing Sky Interior.

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Radar to reduce bird strikes

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Japan will install radar equipment at Tokyo's Haneda airpot in April to prevent birds from colliding with airplanes that could cause plane crashes, according to local media citing officials from ministry of transport.

It is the first such high-tech effort to be made in the country due to the rising bird strikes at the nation's busiest airport, the officials said.

The radar after installation can locate the positions of birds up to 300 meters high, so that people can track their movements on screen and deal with them more easily.

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Miss Grammar – Lesson 8: Future Tense

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Please watch this interesting video about the Future Tense and try to answer following questions.

Use the correct form the Future Simple tense (will or going to):

1.    I ________ fly the new jet next year.

2.    After the long trip, I ___ go home.

3.    Tomorrow ____ be Thursday.

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Gramática para Aviação

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Muitos aviadores gostariam de se comunicar em Inglês apurado. Nós temos um programa de gramática especialmente desenvolvido para aviadores. Explicações são claras e em um contexto de aviação.

Vejam o nosso Canal no YouTube para assistir a nossa série de vídeos de Gramática.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Inglês para Pilotos

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Aviation English for Pilots

Pilots usually travel alot and don’t have access to an Aviation English teacher. Often they have completed the books, listened to audios but are still needing to improve, or at least maintain their level of English.

This site has Aviation English Tutorials that are constantly updated where pilots can study, improve and maintain their level of Aviation English.

Contact us for more details on how you can practice speaking.

We help preparing for the ICAO English proficiency test, job interviews, RT communication and general day to day English.

Pilot Topics in this Aviation English Blog Tutorial Site:

New Aviation English for Pilots topics are continuously added to the list. We also include Aviation English audio so that you can listen to the Aviation English article to improve your pronunciation of these pilot topics.

Fire

Parts of an Aircraft

Jet lag – Causes and Management

Jet Engines

The good old B52 Bomber

Meteorology

Airline vs Executive Aviation

Helicopters

The A380

The History of Aviation

The Cockpit

Why it’s great to be a pilot

Pilot Schedules/Routines

Santos Dumont

Ash Clouds

CRM

Depressurization

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Welcome to Global Aviation English’s Blog. Here we will release up to date information about what is happening in the world of Aviation English. We will also share some of our videos, mini lessons, videos and tips for tests and interviews. We have FREE online courses for Pilots, Flight Attendants, Mechanics, …

Cabin crew procedures

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Cabin crew procedures Aim Practice English skills in an aviation context Revise some typical procedures and test yourself on knowledge you not only need to know but may be tested on during interviews Have fun! The list of cabin crew procedures can be …

Santos Dumont, Pioneer Aviator

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Alberto Santos Dumont, Pioneer Aviator   Santos Dumont, born in 1873, grew up in a coffee plantation owned by his family but spent most of his adult life in Paris. He was so fascinated by machinery that even as a child he learned …

Airline vs. Executive Aviation

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  TOPIC: Airline vs. executive aviation Listen to the audio GOAL: To compare airline flying versus working in executive aviation Level: Easy Exercise #1: Read about the differences between airline flying and executive aviation and then proceed to Exercise #2 The physical aspects of flying an airplane are fairly similar in …

Crew Resource Management (CRM)

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  [Audio clip: view full post to listen]TOPIC: Crew Resource Management (CRM) Exercise #1: Read about CRM and then proceed to Exercise #2 Crew Resource Management (CRM) training originated from a NASA workshop in 1979 that focused on improving air safety. The NASA research presented at this meeting found that …

Parts of an Aircraft

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] 1. Read about the various major parts of an airplane, then proceed to Step 2 Although there are many aircraft designs flying today, most of them share a common assembly of major parts that all pilots should be thoroughly aware of. Ever since …