Abnormal Situations

When an emergency develops, crews have to use plain English and phraseology (besides skills and training) to resolve the situation speaking to the controller. Around the world, pilots and controllers should be tested on language proficiency which should include testing while under stress and pressure. These audios may provide you a good idea of what to say if you ever encounter a similar situation in your second language.

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#1 ABN Alska 529 Landing Gear Problem

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#2 ABN Incident Approach Kennedy

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#3 ABN Playing Games

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#4 ABN Runway Incursion United 1448

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#5 ABN Emergency Landing American 180H at Kennedy (KJFK)

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#6 ABN Loss of Inertial Equipment Southwest 1445 with Emergency

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#7 ABN Loss of Inertial Equipment Southwest 1445 with Emergency part 2

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#8 ABN United 663 Illegal Interference

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#9 ABN The Crash of Logistics 569

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#10 ABN Fuel Leak Emergency in Las Vegas Aeromexico 6531

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