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ICAO frazeologija

ICAO frazeologija

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ICAO Phraseology Reference Guide ALL CLEAR AGC safety initiative
ICAO Standard PhraseologyA Quick Reference Guide forCommercial Air Transport Pilots
Communication error is the biggest causal factorin both level busts and runway incursions inEurope. This document aims to provideCommercial Air Transport (CAT) pilots and otherpilots flying IFR within controlled airspace with aquick reference guide to commonly usedradiotelephony (RTF) phrases that may beencountered during a routine CAT flight inEuropean Airspace.
 
 ICAO Phraseology Reference Guide 2 ALL CLEAR AGC safety initiative
Introduction
Communication error is the biggest causal factor in both level busts and runwayincursions in Europe. This document aims to provide Commercial Air Transport(CAT) pilots and other pilots flying IFR within controlled airspace with a quickreference guide to commonly used radiotelephony (RTF) phrases that may beencountered during a routine CAT flight in European Airspace. It also explains someof the rationale behind the use of certain words and phrases to aid understandingand reinforce the need for compliance with standard phraseology.
The goal is to improve safety by raising RTF standards.
The need for clear and unambiguous communication between pilots and Air TrafficControl (ATC) is vital in assisting the safe and expeditious operation of aircraft. It isimportant, therefore, that due regard is given to the use of standard words andphrases and that all involved ensure that they maintain the highest professionalstandards when using RTF. This is especially important when operating within busysectors with congested frequencies where any time wasted with verbosity and non-standard, ambiguous phrases could lead to flight safety incidents.Phraseology has evolved over time and has been carefully developed to providemaximum clarity and brevity in communications while ensuring that phrases areunambiguous. However, while standard phraseology is available to cover mostroutine situations, not every conceivable scenario will be catered for and RTF usersshould be prepared to use plain language when necessary following the principle of keeping phrases clear and concise.
 
 ICAO Phraseology Reference Guide 3 ALL CLEAR AGC safety initiative
Contents
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Clearance and Taxi2.
 
Take-off and Departure3.
 
Read-back4.
 
Climb, Cruise and Descent5.
 
Approach and Landing6.
 
Emergency Communications
Note: 
This document uses RTF examples showing both pilot (denoted by
blue italic text
)and ATCO (denoted bygrey text) communication. For example:
Pilot - Metro Ground, Big Jet 345, request taxi
ATC - Big Jet 345, Metro Ground, taxi to holding point A1, hold short of Runway 18

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