Sprechfunkverkehr in der Luftfahrt- Audioverbale Interaktion zwischen Flugsicherung und Crew
“…so, when you’re sitting at your console on a busy morning with the air full of arriving and departing aircraft all trying to get their calls in and stepping on each others’ transmission as a re- sult, and generally making life difficult by not using standard RTF phraseology, etc., spare a thought for the pilots. […] You are not a mind – reader, and it is not your fault if for one reason or another you do not always receive all the pilots’ messages; but you can use your experi- ence […] to know when everything is not going as planned. You may spot the deviations from normal smooth flight; the unexpected radio messages, perhaps with some excitement or nervousness in the voice that tell you, that the flight crew may be in difficulties. If you do so, you may be able to help the pilots to cope with a dangerous situa- tion.” „Hindsight“ No. 5 (July 2007) S. 30 Gewidmet all jenen Männern und Frauen, die täglich für die Sicherheit am Himmel zu jedem Tageszeitpunkt und an jedem Fleck der Erde sorgen.
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