|Aviation fall safety meeting focuses on radio communication|
UND aviation alumnus David Wright will be the featured guest speaker for the aviation fall safety meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, in the Chester Fritz Auditorium. Wright's presentation, "Say it Right! Radio Communication in Today's Airspace" is free and open to the public. All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend.
Ever heard a radio call that made you scratch your head -- or worse yet, cringe? Most of us, at one point or another, have struggled to find the right words on the radio. Attend this free seminar and increase your communication know-how with practical tips on communicating in today's airspace. You'll also get straightforward advice on common pitfalls for VFR and IFR operations, communicating in an emergency, and coping with challenges at both towered and nontowered airports.
Plus, don't miss a rare opportunity to take part in a Q and A session with a local air traffic controller: be sure to bring the questions you have always wanted to ask!
You'll also learn:
*The three magic words every pilot should know.
*Some things you should check before squawking 7600 for lost communication.
*The popular phrase the 2007 AIM says should NOT be used under any circumstances.
-- UND Aerospace, 777-2615.