Quick Tips

Need some quick tips to help you improve your Aviation English? In this section of the website we have combined some quick tips to help you achieve success in an ICAO English test.

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If you have recently failed an ICAO English test and been told to reapply in 12 months don't wait 11 months before starting an ICAO Aviation English course! Contact us today to get professional advice and a realistic learning plan to achieve your goals.  And if you have taken a cadet pilot programme ICAO test and have been told to retake the test in 3 months, don't wait a month before starting a course - call Aviation English Asia Ltd today on +852 81799295.

Our courses typically take 2-60 weeks, although we do offer some shorter courses for people at a higher level of proficiency.  To see our range of courses please visit http://www.aviationenglish.com/english-for-pilots-and-atcos

When you are learning English every opportunity to practice correctly spoken English counts.  Remember that you need to improve your proficiency in aviation English, not practice to pass a test.  Aviation English Asia Ltd courses are properly structured to make it fun, effective, easy and affordable to reach your target level.  They are recommended by a lot of airline pilots.

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Success in an ICAO English test is not just a matter of what you say, it's how well you say it. Pronunciation is particularly important and often neglected by candidates. Some candidates need more help with pronunciation than others, so if you need extra help you should attend Aviation English Asia's weekend Pronunciation Supplementary Classes, in addition to the regular ICAO Aviation English course.

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Each Supplementary Class is conducted by an experienced Aviation English teacher, and focuses on a different area of pronunciation.  You can find more details of our Supplementary Classes here - http://aviationenglish.com/english-for-pilots-and-atcos/supplementary-classes

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Study rhythmOne of the most important factors in ICAO test success is how frequently you attend Aviation English classes. AEA courses are designed to encourage a healthy study rhythm. The most effective study rhythm for candidates applying for a cadet pilot programme is 2-3 units plus a Supplementary Class per week over a 10-25 week period, plus a number of homework exercises to reinforce what you have learned in class.  

But if you are retaking an ICAO English test and have just 12 weeks to prepare for the retest, our statistics show that attending 4-5 units each week (ideally 50 units over 10-12 weeks) is going to help you become closer to ICAO level 5.  Students that try to go faster by also attending courses from other providers always get distracted and ultimately waste time and energy. Don't burn out, trust Aviation English Asia Ltd and maintain the pace that we recommend.

If you are a commercial pilot retaking an ICAO English test, you will find that 15-20 hours of classes each week is appropriate for you.  Whatever your learning need, Aviation English Asia Ltd can help. Just call us on +852 81799295 to arrange your consultation.

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Airline recruiters have come to realise that proficiency in English is the most important thing for candidates preparing for an airline's cadet pilot programme. There are a wide range of aviation courses available in Hong Kong, but all of them will distract you from your real priority, which is improving your English.  

This is the reason why - language takes time to improve because it is a collection of physical and mental habits, whereas aviation theory can be learned relatively quickly.  The good news is that while you are improving your English with Aviation English Asia Ltd you will also be immersed in the world of aviation and develop good habits and the mindset of a successful pilot.  You will be able to improve your Basic Aeronautical Knowledge at the same time.  When it comes to interviews and aptitude tests you will already be prepared.  Flying hours? You don't actually need them for many cadet programmes as the airline want to avoid something called "negative training".  This is why cadet programmes want candidates with 250 hours and CPLs to relearn everything to the airline's standards.  

Priorities in preparing for a cadet pilot programme

If you are a non-native speaker of English you can't afford not to apply for a place on our Aviation English course.  If you are applying for a cadet programme this is the best course to help you achieve that goal - http://aviationenglish.com/english-for-pilots-and-atcos/icao-aviation-english-for-cadet-entry-pilots

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Hong Kong

Aviation English Asia has been offering part time and full time courses in Hong Kong since 2009.

All courses are available in Hong Kong. Check the schedule above for details.


Aviation English Asia has been offering part time courses in Vietnam since 2014.

All courses are available in Vietnam - typically every 8 weeks, or by special arrangement.


ICAO Aviation English, English for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, Technicians and Mechanics, and English for Flight Attendants are available in Taipei, Tainan and Kaosiung.


Aviation English Asia has been offering part time and full time courses in Cambodia since July 2018

All courses are available in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Check the schedule for details.


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