Shelter-In-Place Special Editions n°1 to 4 took you gradually up into the air.
Now that you have taken off, what topics come next?
Airspace and flight information!
1 – Friday, May 1st
Get in the mood with a short refresher on airspace classification and airspace infringement:
Know your airspace, don’t become an infringement statistic
Read more on the subject of airspace infringement here. Scroll down the page to find a useful guide if you plan a flight in the UK : The Skyway Code
2 – Saturday, May 2nd
From L’Anglais pour voler, two double-pages worth of vocabulary:
PHRASEOLOGY – Flight Information Service
Download this document: In-flight landmarks, and open it with Adobe Reader to check the pronunciation of some of the words.
And practice with a crossword.
3 – Sunday, May 3rd
This first listening comprehension exercise will include some revisions on airport operations:
Airspace, airports, movement area
4 – Monday, May 4th
(1) : The ATIS phone numbers for the UK’s airports are listed p.32 of the GetMet leaflet available on the Met Office site. Scroll down the « Aeronautical meteorology – service for low-level aviation » paragraph to the last entry: Training resources for pilots and GETMET.
5 – Tuesday, May 5th
Another listening comprehension exercise, this time showing how significant flight information can be for a pilot:
6 – Wednesday, May 6th
This listening comprehension exercise focuses on traffic information:
7 – Friday, May 7th
At the end of the 5th week of intensive practice, it is time for a full FCL.055 exam, with one excercise for each of the three tests.
If needed, go back to PP #31 Shelter-In-Place Special Edition n°1, Thursday April 7th, for a complete presentation of the exam.