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Useful links - Listening comprehension

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To get some useful links for general oral comprehension skills, click HERE.


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Try listening to Clearances

You can also try this:

Airline Pilot Guy podcast

Hey there. My name is Jeff Nielsen, also known as “Capt. Jeff. [...] So, what is my show about? Well, just listen, it’s “the view from my side of the cockpit door”, I guess the best way to describe it is that I’m here to express my opinion and perspective as a pilot in the commercial airline industry. I am not an aviation journalist. I am not a travel expert. I cannot tell you anything about frequent flyer programs. There are plenty of great blogs and podcasts that cover that (and I’ll let you know which ones I like best). What can I talk about? Weather and how it pertains to my job, piloting, aviation safety (I graduated from the Accident Investigation and Flight Safety School at the University of Southern California/Norton Air Force Base), layovers, etc. I talk about news in the industry, travel-related stuff, incidents and accidents, and more. As I said, just have a listen. I hope you will enjoy the show!

 

Airplane Geeks podcasts

Lots of podcasts on a great variety of topics, all related to aviation of course. You can download them and listen to them on you MP3 or whatever player you have while driving, walking or running.

 

Aldo's channel on YouTube.

Lots of real recordings with their transcription.

Aviation Listeners

Lots of listening exercises (with worksheets) based on actual recordings in all phases of the flight

 

AVweb

Podcasts about aviation news that you can listen to online or download to your computer.

BBC - Learning English

Not aviation specific but very rich resource

Live ATC

A great collection of interesting recordings

 

Pilot edge

Some audio samples of communication

 

Pilot to Pilot

My first aviation job was at a survey company where I was able to fly all over the country in a Cessna 310 and built my multi-engine time. I now fly a PC12 and Caravan for a cargo company based out of Ohio. In my downtime, I run the Pilot to Pilot podcast where my goal is to encourage and inspire aviators of all types to pursue their flying dreams.

 

Say again??

Here is a site by Eurocontrol where you can refresh your knowledge on phraseology. You can listen to examples of each phrase and get used to a wide variety of foreign accents.

 

The Finer Points


An Aviation Podcast
Hosted by Jason Miller

Jason Miller is a Certified Flight Instructor who lives in the San Francisco, Bay Area of California. Jason loves flying and he loves to share his knowledge, so pull up an mp3 player or listen on your computer and we hope you enjoy The Finer Points of Flying

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