342-0588/01 – English Air Terminology (OLAT)

Gurantor departmentInstitute of TransportCredits2
Subject guarantorIng. Vojtěch GrafSubject version guarantordoc. Ing. Vladimír Smrž, Ph.D.
Study levelundergraduate or graduateRequirementCompulsory
Year1Semestersummer
Study languageCzech
Year of introduction2003/2004Year of cancellation
Intended for the facultiesFSIntended for study typesFollow-up Master
Instruction secured by
LoginNameTuitorTeacher giving lectures
GRA0013 Ing. Vojtěch Graf
HRA56 Josef Hranický
UCH010 Ing. Lenka Kontriková
SMR46 doc. Ing. Vladimír Smrž, Ph.D.
VIT222 Ing. Jakub Vítek
Extent of instruction for forms of study
Form of studyWay of compl.Extent
Full-time Graded credit 0+2
Combined Graded credit 0+4

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

Students after completing this course will complement the general knowledge of English terminology peculiar to the environment, civil aviation and will be able to use this terminology in operational practice.

Teaching methods

Seminars
Tutorials

Summary

Obtaining and deepening basic knowledge of English focusing on air aircraft technology, operations, air traffic control and others. Learning the knowledge should enable graduates to work with English training literature and the memorized conversation topics.

Compulsory literature:

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Recommended literature:

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Way of continuous check of knowledge in the course of semester

E-learning

Další požadavky na studenta

To develop a semestral work according to specification.

Prerequisities

Subject has no prerequisities.

Co-requisities

Subject has no co-requisities.

Subject syllabus:

1.TERMINOLOGY USED FOR CONTROLLED airport or in the vicinity of the II-1 1.1 Starting Engine II-1 1.2 ATFM - radiotelephony phraseology II-2 1.3 Issue of ATC authorization line II-3 1.4 The procedures for getting out of the stall II-4 1.5 Procedures for dragging II-4 1.6 Procedures for de-icing II-4 1.7 Application of control time and / or data about the airport for departure II-5 1.8 Procedures for starting "CROSS-BLEED" II-5 1.9 Meteorological Conditions II-6 1.10 Information about the airport, II-7 1.11 The operating status of the visual and non visual means II-8 1.12 Procedures for block II-8 1.13 Waiting on earth II-11 1.14 Crossing Way II-11 Preparing for take off 1.15 II-12 Permission to take off 1.16 II-13 1.17 Departure Instructions II-14 1.18 Entry and exit CTR II-14 1.19 Entry to the aerodrome traffic circuit II-15 1.20 The circuit II-15 1.21 Commands for approach and landing II-16 1.22 Identification II-17 Aircraft 1.23 Delays II-17 aircraft 1.24 Missed Approach II-18 1.25 Information II-18 aircraft 1.26 Leaving the runway after landing and Communication II-18 1.27 Phraseology for unexpected and emergency situations (TWR) II-19 2. ATC PHRASEOLOGIES - GENERAL II-20 2.1 Description of levels II-20 2.2 Identification of wake turbulence category II-20 2.3 Changes in levels, reporting and speed of change II-20 2.4 The procedures for operating under conditions of area navigation (RNAV) II-23 2.5 Changing the rules of flight, II-23 2.6 IFR flights in airspace Class E II-24 2.7 flights in restricted / danger zones II-24 2.8 Transmission of control and / or frequency variation II-24 2.9 Changing the callsign II-25 2.10 Information on Category II-25 2.11 The position reports II-26 2.12 Additional reporting II-26 2.13 Emergency Descent II-27 Safe vertical separation 2.14 II-27 2.15 Commands to ensure separation II-27 2.16 Commands for orientation II-27 2.17 Submission of Flight Plan / send messages in flight II-27 2.18 Low Visibility Procedures (LVP) II-28 2.19 Status of GNSS Services II-28 2.20 Degradation of aircraft navigation performance (RNP) II-28 2.21 Phraseology be used in relation to the CPDLC II-29 3. PHRASEOLOGIES USED APPROACH Management Services II-30 3.1 Orders for departure II-30 3.2 Orders II-30 Zoom 3.3 Permission to wait II-32 3.4 Expected Time Approach II-32 4. PHRASEOLOGIES USED DISTRICT MANAGEMENT SERVICES II-33 Permission 4.1 II-33 4.2 Marking and clearance limit lines II-33 4.3 Maintaining established levels II-33 4.4 Determination of cruising levels II-34 4.5 RVSM Phraseology II-34 4.6 Commands related to the flight line, parallel (OFFSET), with a line II-35 4.7 Commands related to procedures for refueling tankers II-36 4.8 Phraseology for 8.33 kHz channel separation II-36 Flights AWACS 4.9 II-37 5. PHRASEOLOGIES USED FOR COORDINATION BETWEEN ATS II-38 5.1 Estimated repair times, and II-38 5.2 Transmission Control II-38 5.3 Changing the authorization II-39 5.4 Application for approval II-39 5.5 Transmission II-39 arrival 5.6 Transmission II-39 5.7 Speeding up the permit II-39 5.8 Operation in the EUR RVSM airspace II-40 5.9 Operations RNAV II-40 5.10 Operation in case of unexpected situations II-40 6. PHRASEOLOGIES LAND STAFF / FLIGHT CREW II-41 6.1 How to run (ground crew / cockpit) II-41 6.2 The procedures for extrusion II-41 7. PHRASEOLOGIES FOR SURVEILLANCE ATS II-42 7.1 Aircraft Identification II-42 7.2 Information on the position II-42 7.3 Vectoring Instructions II-42 7.4 Termination vectoring II-43 7.5 II-43 Maneuvers 7.6 Speed ​​Control II-43 7.7 Information about the operation and action to avoid II-44 7.8 Linkage and loss of concentration II-45 7.9 Termination of radar facilities or services ADS-B II-45 7.10 Degradation of radar devices or ADS-B II-45 8. Phraseology in RADAR APPROACH Management Services II-46 8.1 Vectoring Approach II-46 8.2 vectoring for an ILS or other means the Pilot II-46 8.3 Manoeuvres in the independent and dependent parallel approaches II-47 8.4 Approach Surveillance Radar-48 II 8.5 Approach precision approach radar (PAR) II-48 9. WHEN USING PHRASEOLOGIES secondary surveillance radar and ADS-B II-51 9.1 Application for notification capabilities of SSR II-51 9.2 Application for notification capabilities of ADS-B II-51 9.3 Instruction Set transponder II-51 9.4 Request to reset an assigned code and mode II-51 9.5 Request for reset Aircraft Identification II-51 9.6 Request for confirmation code to set the aircraft transponder II-51 9.7 Request to turn on IDENT II-52 9.8 Request for temporary cessation transponder II-52 9.9 Request for an emergency code II-52 9.10 Request for the transponder off and / or ADS-B Transmitter II-52 9.11 Request for posting the information on pressure altitude II-52 9.12 Application of altimeter setting and checking the certificate levels II-52 9.13 Request for termination of posting information about the pressure altitude to malfunction II-53 9.14 Application for examination of levels II-53 9.15 Phraseology for use with military aircraft II-53 10. PHRASEOLOGIES TO Automatic dependent surveillance - contract (ADS-C) II-53 10.1 Degradation of ADS-C II-53 11. PHRASEOLOGIES WARNINGS FOR TRANSMISSION II-54 11.1 Warning on low ALTITUDE II-54 11.2 Warning on terrain II-54 11.3 Warning STCA II-54 11.4 Alert to the change of meteorological conditions, II-54 12. PHRASEOLOGIES failure and other emergency situation II-55 12.1 Failure Receiver II-55 12.2 Warning and Navigation Assistance II-55 12.3 TCAS / ACAS phraseology II-56 12.4 Lack of Fuel II-57 12.5 Draining Fuel II-57 12.6 Emergency / urgency signals II-57 12.7 Recommended Phraseology for hijacking II-58 12.8 unintended entry VFR flight into IMC conditions, II-58 12.9 Malfunction devices II-58 Reduction 12.10 healthcare pilot II-58 12.11 Notification of suspicion of a contagious disease on board II-59 12.12 Phraseology for other contingencies and emergencies (excluding TWR) II-59

Conditions for subject completion

Full-time form (validity from: 1960/1961 Summer semester, validity until: 2017/2018 Summer semester)
Task nameType of taskMax. number of points
(act. for subtasks)
Min. number of points
Graded exercises evaluation Graded credit 100 (100) 0
        Written exam Written test 100  0
Mandatory attendence parzicipation: Zpracování samostatného zadání.

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