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Radio Communications – AAL 622

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Привет, друзья! Я часто слышу в эфире ситуацию, когда у коллег возникают трудности описать на английском проблему/ситуацию – “всплывает” совершенно непонятная лексика и т.д. Понятно, что задача поговорить о какой-либо нештатной ситуации всегда приходит неожиданно, застает врасплох. Тут уже не до лексической красоты и грамматической правильности. Тем не менее, простых и коротких тренировок каждый день (ну, или почти каждый день) вполне достаточно, чтоб поддерживать свой уровень и даже улучшать его. Сегодня предлагаю разобрать вот такой отрывок: American 622 на крейсерском эшелоне (~380), встречные борты докладывают о возможной неисправности, диспетчер просит остальных поучаствовать в осмотре.

Итак, слушаем отрывок, выполняем задания, проверяем расшифровку при необходимости, отмечаем для себя полезную лексику, радуемся тому, что с пользой провели 3 минуты, понимаем, что в следующий раз в схожей ситуации мы уже знаем, как можно описать проблему.

It turned out in the end that…

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Complete the last part of the conversation:

-Hey American 622, company 737 just passing off your left side down at 33 says he sees something that looks like and doesn’t look like a normal .
-It is in color and it could be a fluid or a light-colored smoke, we can’t tell.
-Ok, thanks for the heads up, American 622.
-American 622, cleared direct [DIXON].
-Cleared direct [DIXON], American 622.
-American 622, I’ve got another 737 that’s gonna pass just below you there off the right side in about two minutes. Do you want me to have him look up and say what he sees?
-No, it’s confirmed…actually, historically, this has happened on this airplane. There [is] two different types of that we have on this airplane…all our engine parameters are looking good, we are not losing any fluid.

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  • Miami, Getaway 586.
  • Getaway 586.
  • Yes, sir. An American Airlines 737 has just passed off our right side, probably at about 410. We’ve noticed kinda like a weird…one engine was putting out like eh…puffs of smoke. Kinda weird, not a regular contrail. Just one engine though.
  • Getaway 586, roger. You said it was a 757?
  • Now we’re debating, it was either a 75 or 73, maybe a 75.
  • Yeah, he was 3000 feet above you?
  • Eh…we thought he was going a thousand above.
  • Oh, ok, thanks.

  • American 622, Miami.
  • Hey, we [are] on the frequency with you, 15 south of […], 380.
  • I’m not sure if you heard the Getaway comment, they just passed underneath you a couple of minutes ago. But he said your right engine was putting out some puffs of smoke or something like that.
  • They saw smoke from where?
  • I think he said your right engine.

  • American 1879, company traffic at 12 o’clock, 25 miles northbound, a 757 up at 38000, ahead aircraft passed underneath and reported he saw some smoke from one of his engines. Would you look up as you go by here in about two minutes and let me know if you see anything?
  • American 1879, we’ll do that, thanks.

  • Morning Miami, Continental 1896, with you at 360.
  • […] northbound up at 38.
  • She is in sight…of the left a little bit. We do see something, it does look like smoke and it does not look like a normal contrail.
  • Hey American 622, company 737 just passing off your left side down at 33 says he sees something that looks like smoke and doesn’t look like a normal contrail.
  • It is whitish in color and it could be a fluid vapor or a light-colored smoke, we can’t tell.
  • Ok, thanks for the heads up, American 622.
  • American 622, cleared direct [DIXON].
  • Cleared direct [DIXON], American 622.
  • American 622, I’ve got another 737 that’s gonna pass just below you there off the right side in about two minutes. Do you want me to have him look up and say what he sees?
  • No, it’s confirmed…actually, historically, this has happened on this airplane. There [is] two different types of engines that we have on this airplane…all our engine parameters are looking good, we are not losing any fluid.
  • Ok, thank you.


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