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English in Global Aviation by Eric Friginal

Title English in Global Aviation
Author Eric Friginal
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2019-11-14
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1350059323
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Taking readers step-by-step through the major issues surrounding the use of English in the global aviation industry, this book provides a clear introduction to turning research into practice in the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP), specifically Aviation English, and a valuable case study of applied linguistics in action. With both cutting-edge research and evidence-based practice, the critical role of English in aviation is explored across a variety of contexts, including the national and global policies impacting training and language assessment for pilots, air-traffic controllers, ground staff, and students. English in Global Aviation teaches readers how to apply linguistic research to real world, practical settings. The book uses a range of corpus-based findings and related research to provide an effective analysis of the language needs of the aviation industry and an extended look at linguistic principles in action. Readers are presented with case studies, transcriptions, radiotelephony, and a clear breakdown of the common vocabulary and phrasal patterns of aviation discourse. Students and teachers of both linguistics and aviation will discover the requirements and challenges of successful intercultural communication in this industry, as well as insights into how to teach, develop, and assess aviation English language courses.

English in Global Aviation by Eric Friginal

Title English in Global Aviation
Author Eric Friginal
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2019-11-14
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1350059315
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"Taking readers step-by-step through the major issues surrounding the use of English in the global aviation industry, this book provides a clear introduction to turning research into practice in the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and a valuable case study of applied linguistics in action. With both cutting-edge research and evidence-based practice, the critical role of English in aviation is explored across a variety of contexts, including the national and global policies impacting training and language assessment for pilots, air-traffic controllers, ground staff and students. Readers are presented with key case studies, transcriptions, radiotelephony, and a clear breakdown of the common vocabulary and phrasal patterns of aviation discourse. An essential resource for students and teachers of both linguistics and aviation, English in Global Aviation reveals the requirements and challenges of successful intercultural communication in this industry and offers insights into how to teach, develop, and assess aviation English language courses."--

Title The Critical Components of Aviation English
Author Marjo Mitsutomi
Publisher
Release 2003
Category Aeronautics
Total Pages 26
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Aviation safety depends on accurate pilot-controller dialogue. Both must be able to negotiate meaning through language at all times. Communicative competence in aviation English means that airmen have common and standardized proficiency levels in their use of the English language. This paper defines the critical components of aviation English as air traffic control (ATC) phraseology, English for Special Purposes (ESP) and English for General Purposes (EGP). The Aviation English Model is also introduced to serve as a framework for subsequent discussions on language issues as they relate to the global aviation context."--Abstract.

Title The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law
Author Brian F. Havel
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2014-03-31
Category Law
Total Pages
ISBN 1139867504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law provides an introduction to, and demystification of, the private and public dimensions of international aviation law. Unlike other global sectors, the air transport industry is not governed by a discrete area of the law, but by disparate transnational regulatory instruments. Everything from the routes that an international air carrier can serve to the acquisition of its fleet and its liability to passengers and shippers for incidents arising from its operations can be the object of bilateral and multilateral treaties that represent diverse and often contradictory interests. Beneath this are hundreds of domestic regulatory regimes that also apply national and international rules in disparate ways. The result is an agglomeration of legal cultures that can leave even experienced lawyers and academics perplexed. By combining classical doctrinal analysis with insights from newer disciplines such as international relations and economics, the book maps international aviation law's complex terrain for new and veteran observers alike.

English for aviation by Aline Pacheco (Org.)

Title English for aviation
Author Aline Pacheco (Org.)
Publisher ediPUCRS
Release 2019-06-07
Category Transportation
Total Pages
ISBN 853971258X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Communication in aviation is a challenge for pilots, air traffic controllers, aviation personnel and, consequently, for professionals who are in charge of teaching and assessing the language used in the aeronautical context. The growing demand in the market along with constant commitment with safer skies have posed the need for more and more studies that try to contribute to this issue, especially those which attempt to describe and explain the use of English in aviation. The book brings introductory information about teaching Aviation English regarding general guidelines for teachers in addition to data from academic research conducted in the area. Specific studies based on the analysis of aeronautical accidents and incidents, interviews with pilots and ATCOs and corpus research show that the use of the English language in aviation should be further addressed.

Title Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law
Author Philip Forsang Ndikum
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release 2013-05-23
Category Transportation
Total Pages 1194
ISBN 1466994541
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The four volumes of the Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law are intended for students, lawyers, judges, scholars and readers of all backgrounds with an interest in Aviation Law; and to provide the definitive corpus of relevant national and regional legislation, including global aviation treaties and legislation to enable all readers without exception, to develop the background, knowledge and tools to understand local, regional and international Aviation Law in contextual fashion. The first volume has a detailed text of country legislation, including national cases and materials whilst the second, third and fourth volumes focus on International Aviation Law Treaties, international cases and materials and Aircraft Refueling Indemnity (TAR BOX) Agreements.

Title Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law
Author Philip Forsang Ndikum
Publisher
Release 2013
Category Reference
Total Pages 1194
ISBN 9781466994560
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The four volumes of the Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law are intended for students, lawyers, judges, scholars and readers of all backgrounds with an interest in Aviation Law; and to provide the definitive corpus of relevant national and regional legislation, including global aviation treaties and legislation to enable all readers without exception, to develop the background, knowledge and tools to understand local, regional and international Aviation Law in contextual fashion. The first volume has a detailed text of country legislation, including national cases and materials whilst the second, third and fourth volumes focus on International Aviation Law Treaties, international cases and materials and Aircraft Refueling Indemnity (TAR BOX) Agreements.

Title Express Series English for Aviation
Author Sue Ellis
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2015-10-08
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 96
ISBN 0194201201
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Please note that the Print Replica PDF digital version does not contain the audio. English for Aviation is part of the EXPRESS SERIES. It has been designed to help students reach ICAO Operational Level 4. It can be used to supplement a regular coursebook, on its own, as a stand-alone intensive specialist course, or for self-study. English for Aviation will help pilots and air traffic controllers with standard phraseology as well as improve plain English in the skills areas specified by ICAO.

Global Airlines by Pat Hanlon

Title Global Airlines
Author Pat Hanlon
Publisher Routledge
Release 2006-12-14
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 388
ISBN 1136400737
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Global Airlines: Competition in a Transnational Industry presents an overview of the changing scene in air transport covering current issues such as security, no frills airlines, ‘open skies’ agreements, the outcome of the recent downturn in economic activity and the emergence of transnational airlines, and takes a forward looking view of these challenges for the industry. Since the publication of the second edition in 1999 major changes have occurred in the industry. The ‘rules of the game’ in air transport are now beginning to change; and it is time to take the story forward. This third edition contains nine new chapters and tackles the following issues amongst others: * Security: The tragic events of 11 September 2001, followed by the war in Iraq, and the resultant heightened tensions over security and passenger safety. * Financial instability: the cyclical downturn in economic activity has led some airlines to the verge of bankruptcy. Even some large well-established carriers are not immune from this. How can the industry look to survive? * Attaining global reach: implications of transborder mergers, open skies agreements and the transatlantic Common Aviation area. Can full globalisation ever be reached? * Low-cost carriers and e-commerce: as both increase, how much the industry re-structure and deal with issues associated with increased passenger traffic and decreased labour requirements? * Airport capacity: Air traffic is estimated to grow at a long-term average annual rate of 5 per cent per annum. But many airports in many parts of the world are already reaching their capacity limits. How can this be overcome and are the environmental implications? Using up to date data and case studies from major international airlines such as United Airlines, British Airways, and Qantas amongst many others, Global Airlines provides a comprehensive insight into today’s global airline industry.

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