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Many Aviators would like to communicate in English accurately. We have a grammar program designed specifically for Aviators. Explanations are clear and in an Aviation context. See our YouTube Channel to watch our Grammar Video series. Lesson 1: Verb to be Lesson 2: Present Simple Lesson 3: Present Continuous Lesson …

English for Aviation Business Executives

English for Aviation Business Executives

English for Flight Attendants

Flight Attendants can use this site to study, improve and maintain their  level of Aviation English. With this site you can read about the vocabulary that is specific to your area, listen to the pronunciation, and practice what you have learnt with a mini quiz at the end of the …

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Flight Attendant Interviews

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Flight Attendant Interviews

Aim

  • Practice English skills in an aviation context
  • Learn some interview skills and gain confidence
  • Have fun!

Do you know anyone who breezes through interviews without a hint of nervousness?  Wouldn’t that be great?  Unfortunately, it’s rare!  Most of us get nervous just thinking about it, and need all the help we can get.  For anyone planning to attend cabin crew interviews, some tailored advice follows.

4 tips to a successful cabin crew interview

 

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Fire

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TOPIC: Fires

 

GOAL: To learn Aviation English vocabulary related to the dangers of aircraft fires and their causes.

 

 

Exercise #1: Read about aircraft fires, and then proceed to Exercise #2

Perhaps few things are as scary as an aircraft fire. They are serious business because, unlike an automobile, pilots don't have the luxury of stopping their aircraft in flight to solve the problem. Reacting quickly and correctly is essential to effectively deal with the emergency. When a fire erupts, you may have little time to consult the emergency checklist, and if you're confused or uncertain about the procedures, your reactions may be slow and inappropriate.

There have been several well-known cases of aircraft fires, including a UPS DC-8 that burned-up after it landed at the Philadelphia International Airport in 2006. Another classic scenario occurred during the tragic accident of ValueJet Flight 592 which crashed into the Florida Everglades after an in-flight fire developed shortly after departure.

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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

English for Aviation Business Executives

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English for Aviation Business Executives

Aviation Business Executives are communicating more frequently in English. Negotiations are common with foreigners, mergers and alliances occuring frequently.

Use this site to study, improve and maintain your level of Business English, specifically for the Aviation Business Professional.

With this site you can practice your reading, listening, grammar and speaking skills.

Contact us to know more about our courses.

Aviation Business English Topics found on this Aviation English Blog Tutorial site:

- Green Airlines (Environmentally Friendlyt Airlines)

- Interesting Airline Brands

- Airline Customer Service

- Low cost v Conventional Airlines

- Airlines Alliances

- Competition

*To study more Aviation Business English please contact us. Skype: inglesaviacao

English for Flight Attendants

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Flight Attendants can use this site to study, improve and maintain their  level of Aviation English.

With this site you can read about the vocabulary that is specific to your area, listen to the pronunciation, and practice what you have learnt with a mini quiz at the end of the lesson.

Contact us to know more about practicing Aviation English for Flight Attendants for specific situations.

Topics for English for Flight Attendants

- The Romance of Aviation

- Parts Inside the Aircraft

- The Story of a Flight Attendant

- Parts of the Aircraft

- Stress Management

- Air Rage – Causes and Prevention

- Jet Lag

- Countries and Cultures

- Flight Attendant Interviews

- Packing

- Cabin Crew Procedures

- Religion and Cultural Sensitivities

- Health Problems on Board

Interview Guide for Flight Attendants

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Interview Guide for Flight Attendants - http://aviationenglishblog.com/flight-attendant-interview-guide/

Chapter 1: Flight Attendant Careers

Chapter 2: Applying for a Job

Chapter 3: Participating in the interview

Chapter 4: Airline Directory

 

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Flight Attendant On Board Situations – 1

Please watch this interesting video about situations on board and tips on how to solve them using English for Aviation.

Aviation English Immersion Course in the USA!

December 14, 2013 Blog No Comments

AVIATION ENGLISH IMMERSION

Global Aviation English uses a series of resources to do the immersion in the Specific Aviation English; those resources help our students to have a good learning environment from the combination of aviation English classes and other dynamic activities with lots of social interaction.

Our immersion program provides what no other aviation course offers. Through our immersion program you will experience the following opportunities:

  • Stay immerseed 24 hours a day in an English language environment. This means breakfast in English, shopping in English, radio in English, going out in English
  • Our teachers are native English speaking Americans with extensive teaching experience and an Aviation background.
  • Experience a new culture, enjoy a difference way of life, come home with new life lessons.
  • Classes are well organized, intense and focused on the students’ needs.

The immersion program in the United States for Aviation English that Global Aviation English offers is focused on helping professionals in aviation, whether they are mechanics, pilots or executives. We are available, feel free to contact in case of doubt.

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Grammar Video – Comparisons

Grammar is very important within the English language, since it is, in effect, the glue that holds the language together. With the use of incorrect grammar sentences can become meaningless and their message is unclear. This means that you aren’t able to communicate effectively and the person who is reading your work may well be quite confused as to your meaning.

Please watch this interesting video about the "Comparisons"

 

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TOPIC: Parts of an Aircraft GOAL: To learn the major parts of an aircraft by location and function Level: Easy 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 …

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TOPIC: Meteorology   GOAL: To learn about aviation meteorology and its role in aviation safety   Exercise #1: Read about aviation meteorology and then proceed to Exercise #2 Meteorology is the interdisciplinary scientific study of the atmosphere that focuses on weather processes and short term forecasting (in contrast with climatology). …

Flight Attendant Interviews

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Flight Attendant Interviews Aim Practice English skills in an aviation context Learn some interview skills and gain confidence Have fun! Do you know anyone who breezes through interviews without a hint of nervousness?  Wouldn’t that be great?  Unfortunately, it’s rare!  Most of us get nervous just thinking about it, and …

Fire

Aircraft fire

TOPIC: Fires   GOAL: To learn Aviation English vocabulary related to the dangers of aircraft fires and their causes.     Exercise #1: Read about aircraft fires, and then proceed to Exercise #2 Perhaps few things are as scary as an aircraft fire. They are serious business because, unlike an …

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