Shelter-In-Place Special Editions n°1 to 5 followed the chronological development of a flight.
In this process, the main topics covered were: radio operations, airports, taxiing, take-off, airspace, and flight information.
Shelter-In-Place Special Edition n°6 will end this six-week journey by going over
navigation and landing.
1 – Friday, May 8th
Review vocabulary on navigation and phraseology on landing with these two double pages from L’Anglais pour voler:
Then practice with a crossword.
2 – Saturday, May 9th
For a recap, follow the chronological stages of a flight from departure to arrival with this listening comprehension exercise:
With an additional fun quest: find the typo in the text!
3 – Sunday, May 10th
4 – Monday, May 11th
Oshkosh, the legendary fly-in held every year in July in the US, has been cancelled this year because of the pandemic. Revisit the 2018 event and listen to an awesome arrival sequence:
The links are still relevant, although Fraser MacPhee’s comment mentioned in the www.boldmethod.com paragraph is nowhere to be found.
www.pilotworkshop.com’s pilot-friendly briefing guide.
5 – Tuesday, May 12th
6 – Wednesday, May 13th
Something a pilot needs to land is … a landing gear! Below is a digest of what can happen when its reliability is questionable:
7 – Thursday, May 14th
The closing exercise is another full FCL.055 exam, for a last round of checkups. Practice with a fictional flight, an unusual situation, and a listening comprehension test. Read carefully the instructions, several times if needed, for each exercise. You’ll also find a complete presentation of the exam in PP #31 Shelter-In-Place Special Edition n°1’s seventh exercise .
– Fictional flight
scenario and audio file:
– Unusual situation
– listening comprehension
listen to the recording below and find the missing words in the text: