Understanding Phraseology in Air Ground Communication for Traffic Controller’s Aviation

Authors : Nasya Putri Rahmanianti; Hamzah A. Machmoed; Harlinah Sahib

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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This research addresses the discussion on recognizing phraseology in Air Ground Communication for traffic controllers' aviation. The aims of this study are formulated as follows: 1) to reveal the construct patterns of phraseology used between Air Traffic Controller (ATC) operators and Pilots in communication, and 2) to find out the phraseology types in Air Ground Aviation communication. The data of this study are taken from Air Navigation (AirNav) of Makassar-Indonesia. The data are the English interaction between ATC operator, and Pilot speaking in commands or statements known as words and phrases (phraseology). The study uses a qualitative method. The data collection tools are a voice recorder for recording the data, a camcorder for interviewing, and then analyzing the subject. The results of the study show: First, there are five types of phraseology used by ATC in this study: RCP (Radar Control Phraseology), AERO-CP (Aerodrome Control Phraseology), APP-CP Area Control Phraseology), AREA-CP (Area Control Phraseology), and GP (General Phraseology). Second, the patterns of phraseology used so far are generally systemized, but it is occasionally justified depending on the situation. Third, there are no certain patterns used instead of first check and last check. Fourth, ATC is required to speak a standard phraseology commonly used which has been standardized by ICAO. and the last, the ATC operator could integrate the phraseology types based on the particular condition and situation, if required.

Keywords : Phraseology; ICAO; ATC Operator; Pilot Communication; Aviation.


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