Radio (Telephony) Communication for Pilots

1 week
Course Contents: 

Part 1:
1. Introduction to communications
2. Advantages and disadvantages of:

  • MF , HF , VHF , and UHF
  • Types of radio waves technique.
  • Radio wave phenomena.
  • General Operating Procedures.
  • Transmission Techniques.
  • Microphone / and or headset Techniques
  • Voice and speech techniques
  • Transmissions of letters
  • Transmission of Numbers
  • Transmission of Time
  • Standard words and phrase


  • Call signs for Aeronautical stations 
  • Aircraft call signs
  • Calling procedure
  • Establishment and continuation of communication
  • Transfer of communication .
  • Read back and acknowledgement requirements
  • Test procedure.
  • Categories of messages .
  • Radio failure procedures.
  • Signal and pyrotechnic signal ( For  Aerodrome Traffic )
  • ATC Weather Minima.

Part two: Practical.

Course Aim: 
  • Train the participants to apply the microphone / and or headset Techniques.
  • Provide the participants with sufficient knowledge of all aspects of radio-telephony.
  • Provide the participants with skill of transmission techniques and standard words and phrases to carry out the obligations and responsibility of a pilot in relation to voice circuit.
  • Provide the participants with practical ability to apply their knowledge.
Who Should Attend: 

The course is designed for participants that have had no experience or little knowledge of radiotelephony.

Date Extra: 
Upon Request