He might be too enthusiastic, he might be weak, and he might be overactive. But he's trying to be part of this world of flying. He never die out his passion. Learnt himself that he's going for his dream, and Flying is every pilot's soul. He wants to be a pilot no matter what, because he likes to fly. Outgoing as well to meet all friends throughout the whole world. And that he is me :)

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

International Communication Code

Let me share something for a basic learning about International Communication Code.

In Pilots' Life, this Communication Code is necessary and vital for pilots to master it. Why? Firstly, in radio telephony (RT), this is important for representing information such as Aerodrome Terminal Information Service (ATIS), Radio Beacon Identification such as VHF Omni-Directional Range (VOR) ,Instrument Landing System (ILS) and Non-Directional Beacon (NDB) identification. For example, Langkawi island has a VOR situated behind of Runway 21, which has an identification of VPL. Normally, pilots will call the station Victor Papa Lima instead of VPL. 

Secondly, in RT, communication is difficult. Therefore a careful and clear presentation is necessary for a pilot. Some pilots may confused over some words and it's more difficult when they are in busy airspace. 

So, the below is the list of International Communication Code. Let's MASTER IT.

A- Alpha
B- Bravo
C- Charlie
D- Delta
E- Echo
F- Foxtrot
G- Golf
H- Hotel
I- India
J- Juliet
K- Kilo
L- Lima
M- Mike
N- November
O- Oscar
P- Papa
Q- Quebec
R- Romeo
S- Sierra
T- Tango
U- Uniform
V- Victor
W- Whiskey
X- X-ray
Y- Yankee
Z- Zulu

This is the International Communication Code. Remember, Practice Makes Perfect :)

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