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Old 30th Jun 2011, 08:36
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Annex14
 
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phraseology

Crabman:

Are you joking ?? Special language training for an international airport ?? Much simpler to solve that problem by sticking to what ICAO has published !!

Clunkdriver:

Very correct what you say, but what´s about the different slangs in those 50 US states and the two languages used in your country ?

BrATCO:

I fully agree in what you wrote. The key to a safe and orderly conduct of air traffic is ICAO Standard Phraseology. Safety in aviation has no extra space for local practices.

MikeNYC:

Look here we go again. You refer to FAA papers, which should refer to the original ICAO standard phraseology. I intentionally say: SHOULD! The US was the driving power for that Convention of Chicago after WWII, that led to the founding of ICAO. I always have assumed the USA had adopted into their national laws and regulations those ICAO rules and regulations. Obviously I am wrong guessing ??
Just for the sake of clarification I add a brief copy of it.
www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/115.pdf
Hope it works, other wise suggest to Google "ICAO Phraseology" there the source is accessable.
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