Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy, VFR Edition

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What others are saying about "Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy":

"Wonderful! Makes communications a snap. Takes out all the stress!"
—Kevin Patsey, Student Pilot, Versailles, Kentucky

"[These books] are ideal for pilots of all experience levels…"
—S.M. Spangler, Product Reviewer, Sport Aviation

"…even new pilots can sound like old pros on the radio."
—E. Tennyson, Product Reviewer, AOPA Flight Training Magazine

"...Helpful to students with the fast pace of IFR communicating."
—Vic Johnson, Owner, Eagle Flight Training, Sanford, Florida

It takes practice to sound like a seasoned pilot! Talking on the radio can be intimidating and stressful. Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy will assist you in learning to talk effectively and efficiently on the radio during your flights. Take this communication resource with you on your next flight, to be used as a memory aid, training tool, and confidence builder to develop your communication skills. Soon, your delivery will be smooth and professional and you will fully understand what ATC is telling/asking you.

The templates allow you to construct a communication script for every flight — regardless of its complexity or the number of communications required. Fill in most of the template blanks during preflight, tear them out and take them with you to the cockpit. Sized to fit your kneeboard, they work as speaking notes to lighten your in-flight workload and eliminate the guesswork about when, for what, and to whom you should be speaking.

Multiple copies of each template are included, along with instructions, communication tips and practical examples. Each of the 32 templates matches a different type of radio communication that may be needed in a VFR flight. Take along the templates necessary for the flight, and in effect you create a "communications trip kit" to use during the flight.

This book is especially effective for student pilots, ground schools, limited English-speaking pilots, flight instructors, and pilots transitioning to new airspace. 6" x 8-1/2" format, spiral binding, 4 copies of each template.

ISBN:
1560275848
Author: Hugh C. Ward, Jr., Ed.D.
Format:  6" x 8.5", spiral bound.  280 pages.
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Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy, VFR Edition Overview:

What others are saying about "Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy":

"Wonderful! Makes communications a snap. Takes out all the stress!"
—Kevin Patsey, Student Pilot, Versailles, Kentucky

"[These books] are ideal for pilots of all experience levels…"
—S.M. Spangler, Product Reviewer, Sport Aviation

"…even new pilots can sound like old pros on the radio."
—E. Tennyson, Product Reviewer, AOPA Flight Training Magazine

"...Helpful to students with the fast pace of IFR communicating."
—Vic Johnson, Owner, Eagle Flight Training, Sanford, Florida

It takes practice to sound like a seasoned pilot! Talking on the radio can be intimidating and stressful. Aviation Radio Communications Made Easy will assist you in learning to talk effectively and efficiently on the radio during your flights. Take this communication resource with you on your next flight, to be used as a memory aid, training tool, and confidence builder to develop your communication skills. Soon, your delivery will be smooth and professional and you will fully understand what ATC is telling/asking you.

The templates allow you to construct a communication script for every flight — regardless of its complexity or the number of communications required. Fill in most of the template blanks during preflight, tear them out and take them with you to the cockpit. Sized to fit your kneeboard, they work as speaking notes to lighten your in-flight workload and eliminate the guesswork about when, for what, and to whom you should be speaking.

Multiple copies of each template are included, along with instructions, communication tips and practical examples. Each of the 32 templates matches a different type of radio communication that may be needed in a VFR flight. Take along the templates necessary for the flight, and in effect you create a "communications trip kit" to use during the flight.

This book is especially effective for student pilots, ground schools, limited English-speaking pilots, flight instructors, and pilots transitioning to new airspace. 6" x 8-1/2" format, spiral binding, 4 copies of each template.

ISBN:
1560275848
Author: Hugh C. Ward, Jr., Ed.D.
Format:  6" x 8.5", spiral bound.  280 pages.
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Great practice help for aspiring pilots

  • By Wolf from Steamboat Spr CO USA on Monday, June 25, 2018
  • Pros: Very handy
  • Review: Got this and started using it first flight with my Instructor. Very helpful to write out and practice. Plenty of practice pages for writing out what where and when for those of us who are learning. Cross country flights will be made much easier with these reminders.

good book but does not meet my original requirement.

  • By Tomio from Chiba Japan on Monday, October 11, 2010
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  • Review: The book is unique but not what I expected. More summary on the contents would help me to pick up right book. It may be my fault. Shipping charge is too high for oerseas purchaser. I paid twice as much of freight as book price.

I recommend this purchase

  • By A Customer from Moss Point MS USA on Tuesday, August 03, 2010
  • Pros: informative and well structured
  • Review: This book is not only informative about the required communication skills; it helped me to understand the procedures that are used. On my first adventure into class C airspace, I used the planned format. It helped make this difficult experience more enjoyable.

  • By Alex from Charleston SC USA on Thursday, February 19, 2009
  • Pros:
  • Review: Very useful.

Communications Help is Here for Student Pilots

  • By Ken from Valparaiso IN USA on Monday, November 17, 2008
  • Pros: Excellent resource for the student pilot flying into controlled airspace.
  • Review: Really excellent guide to help the student pilot navigate into class D,C, or even B airspace. I found the templates extremely useful and really helps to get you organized BEFORE your fly into controlled airspace. This also helps you understand what information you need to give and what is going to be given to you in advance- which is most of the trouble when you start to fly into a towered airport.

Good template but not enough samples

  • By A Customer from Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, December 08, 2007
  • Pros: Good templates
  • Review: It's good to have communication templates for every situation for pilots to prepare before flight, especially for a student pilot like me. The book, however, is short of good instructions. Of the 270 pages in the book, only 12 pages are text plus 13 samples. There are 29 templates, so 16 of them are without examples. The explanations of each templates are grouped in the 12-page text. I need to flip the book back and forth to understand what it's referring to. There is a small but ridiculous error in the book - it lists the phonetic alphabet for O as October.

Great practice help for aspiring pilots

  • By Wolf from Steamboat Spr CO USA on Monday, June 25, 2018
  • Pros: Very handy
  • Cons:
  • Review: Got this and started using it first flight with my Instructor. Very helpful to write out and practice. Plenty of practice pages for writing out what where and when for those of us who are learning. Cross country flights will be made much easier with these reminders.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

good book but does not meet my original requirement.

  • By Tomio from Chiba Japan on Monday, October 11, 2010
  • Review: The book is unique but not what I expected. More summary on the contents would help me to pick up right book. It may be my fault. Shipping charge is too high for oerseas purchaser. I paid twice as much of freight as book price.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

I recommend this purchase

  • By A Customer from Moss Point MS USA on Tuesday, August 03, 2010
  • Pros: informative and well structured
  • Cons: none so far
  • Review: This book is not only informative about the required communication skills; it helped me to understand the procedures that are used. On my first adventure into class C airspace, I used the planned format. It helped make this difficult experience more enjoyable.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 1 Other people found this review helpful.

  • By Alex from Charleston SC USA on Thursday, February 19, 2009
  • Review: Very useful.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

Communications Help is Here for Student Pilots

  • By Ken from Valparaiso IN USA on Monday, November 17, 2008
  • Pros: Excellent resource for the student pilot flying into controlled airspace.
  • Cons: Could really use written text with further explanations.
  • Review: Really excellent guide to help the student pilot navigate into class D,C, or even B airspace. I found the templates extremely useful and really helps to get you organized BEFORE your fly into controlled airspace. This also helps you understand what information you need to give and what is going to be given to you in advance- which is most of the trouble when you start to fly into a towered airport.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 1 Other people found this review helpful.

Good template but not enough samples

  • By A Customer from Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, December 08, 2007
  • Pros: Good templates
  • Cons: Not enough examples
  • Review: It's good to have communication templates for every situation for pilots to prepare before flight, especially for a student pilot like me. The book, however, is short of good instructions. Of the 270 pages in the book, only 12 pages are text plus 13 samples. There are 29 templates, so 16 of them are without examples. The explanations of each templates are grouped in the 12-page text. I need to flip the book back and forth to understand what it's referring to. There is a small but ridiculous error in the book - it lists the phonetic alphabet for O as October.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

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