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English for Pilots

Pilots are now required by ICAO to have a minimum level of English to fly internationally. More information from ICAO: Info.

Besides the requirement from ICAO many companies require an English interview before joining. Use this site to improve your vocabulary, listening skills and speaking ability.

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.


Parts of an Aircraft

Jet lag – Causes and Management

Jet Engines

The good old B52 Bomber


Airline vs Executive Aviation


The A380

The History of Aviation

The Cockpit

Why it's great to be a pilot

Pilot Schedules/Routines

Santos Dumont

Ash Clouds



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