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Aviation R/T
11-13-2012, 08:58 PM
Post: #1
Hi guys,

I'm new here in this forum. I happened to bump into this forum when searching for any topic related the Aviation R/T which I consider the toughtest part in aviation.

I'm just another student pilot, more appropriately a hobby flyer. With regard to the subject mentioned, woud anyone pls enlighten me an effective way to practice avaition R/T that I face difficulty in readback. I guess I'm not used to it yet that my flying hrs clocked is less than 10hrs. I would be gladful you guys would share with me the way to go thru it.

Thanks. It's good to see you guys here.
01-01-2013, 07:56 AM
Post: #2
Refer to this handbook <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href=""> ... il&id=3441</a><!-- m -->

It is a UK CAA publication, so some of it is not applicable to Malaysian RT.

The best way to learn RT is to practise, practise, practise.
Listen in to the radio as much as you can, though I must say there are a lot of comms on the air which are not quite "standard" phraseology...
01-01-2013, 11:03 PM
Post: #3
There are many ways of doing things but among others, this is how I mastered my RT:-

1. Learn the RT subject itself from instructors, seniors, the one who knows RT and books. YOU MUST KNOW THE SUBJECT MATTER.
2. From the subject itself, you will know what you should report, how to report and when to report and content of report.
3. You will know also what content that should be read back.
4. You should be able to differentiate between VHF and HF call.
5. Learn the phraseology.
6. Practice by listening to others, comprehend and do it yourself. There are websites that broadcasting live ATC transmissions from all over the world.
7. You must also have a good command of English.

The rest will come naturally. If you do not learn and understand the subject matter itself then you will be wasting your time. There is no short cut I am afraid.

The Unlearned

A Real Man Needs A "Big Stick" In Between Legs .....


Not The One Provided by BOEING ....
01-09-2013, 05:46 PM
Post: #4
Thanks, Drebarbas & Shumway for sharing. Your info & tips is trully helpful to me. Thanks again.

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