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ICAO Doc 9835

Inadequate language proficiency has played a role in accidents and incidents and led to a review of ICAO language requirements. Assembly Resolution A32-16 urged the Council to direct the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) to consider this matter with a high level of priority, and complete the task of strengthening provisions related to the use of the English language for radiotelephony communications.

ICAO Language Proficiency

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Inadequate language proficiency has played a role in accidents and incidents and led to a review of ICAO language requirements.

Assembly Resolution A32-16 urged the Council to direct the Air Navigation Commission (ANC) to consider this matter with a high level of priority, and complete the task of strengthening provisions related to the use of the English language for radiotelephony communications.

The ICAO language proficiency requirements strengthen the provisions related to language use in radiotelephony communications, both for the language of the station on the ground and, in airspace where it is required, for English, from the level of Recommendations to Standards.

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