Special Edition n°1 dealt with basic words, n°2 was about radio operations, and n°3 tackled airports and taxiing.
With Special Edition n°4, let’s go a step further in the chronology of a flight, and work on runways and take-off.
1 – Friday, April 24th
Some light reading to start with, review a few basic facts, and reflect on runway excursions and incursions:
Runways, are they really dangerous places to be?
2 – Saturday, April 25th
From L’Anglais pour voler, study these two double-pages:
AIRPORTS – The manoeuvering area
PHRASEOLOGY – Aerodrome, take-off
Download this document and open it with Adobe Reader to check the pronunciation of some of the words .
3 – Sunday, April 26th
Now for some listening comprehension:
4 – Monday, April 27th
Back to ATIS and numbers, with some more listening comprehension practice:
5 – Tuesday, April 28th
More reading about what you are NOT supposed to find around an aircraft:
FOD, encounters of a dubious kind
6 – Wednesday, April 29th
Also on the subject of FOD:
7 – Thursday, April 30th
End of week 4. It’s time for the already traditional FCL.055 VFR exam listening comprehension test: