Aviation English training for ICAO compliance

On site or live, remote online in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

Arizona Language Center has specifically designed this course to teach English language skills to pilots and air traffic controllers, and to help them achieve and maintain Operational level 4 (now an international requirement enforced by the International Civil Aviation Organization).

Course materials used:
  • Aviation English
  • Check Your Aviation English

Each of the units covers the language needed to deal with ‘non-routine’ scenarios. The course uses radiotelephony dialogues to provide a professional and realistic context for students.

Course 1: 90 Hours, Operational Level 0 to 3.5 ICAO English 
  • Designed for the student who needs to achieve an Operation 4
  • High beginner to low intermediate student in need of English grammar improvement
Course 2: 40 Hours, Operational Level 3.5 to 4+ ICAO English 
  • Intermediate and above student who needs to achieve and maintain an Operational 4 and above

Classes are held during the week or on the weekends, one on one or small group classes to meet your needs.

Introducing our ZOOM ROOM
  • Learn from anywhere in the world using our state-of-the-art technology
More course details: 
  • Flexible course schedules
  • 100% Native English Speakers
  • Our course covers Aviation Pronunciation and plain English needed for successful communications
  • Each chapter covers specific needs for pilots and Air Traffic Controllers so you may be easily understood
  • English evaluation exam (no charge) is a requirement upon enrollment.
Pricing: 
  • Course 1: 90 Hours, Operational Level 0 to 3.5 ICAO English
    • Course fee: $2800
  • Course 2: 40 Hours, Operational Level 3.5 to 4+ ICAO English
    • Course fee: $1600
  • Class Schedule
    • Classes begin in July 2019, August 2019 and September 2019
    • Saturdays & Sundays 8am to 12pm
    • Monday through Thursday 4pm to 8pm
Please contact us for course start dates.

Sample Lesson - Pronunciation of 'S'

Here is just a sample of a lesson of the plural nouns-verbs in Third Person. The pronunciation of words ending in ‘S’ depends on the consonant (sound) preceding it.

There are three ways to pronounce the S: