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Old 6th Mar 2018, 13:11   #1 (permalink)

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Question Language barriers in the cockpit

Hello Everyone!
I'm currently working my way towards my licenses and as part of my program we have to write a report about an aviation-related topic, my topic of choice is language barriers within commercial aviation. So I thought I'd ask you guys if anyone here has had any problems in the cockpit where language clearly was a barrier to communication. Did you ever feel it affected the safety of operations? Any stories would be greatly appreciated If anyone would be willing to let me ask any further questions in a short interview I'd be incredibly grateful
Thanks in advance!
/Rasmus, Sweden
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