Hear Me Out

As a rule, pilots need to listen more than talk on the frequency. But if you're having trouble keeping up, try these exercises.

In unguarded moments, many pilots will confess to what has come to be called “mic fright”—fear of talking on their aircraft’s radio. There may be many reasons for this aversion, but there is no way to avoid voice communication by radio if one plans to be an accomplished pilot. While those working to improve their […]
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