Following the rollout of the new regulation for the use of RPAS or drones, it has become indispensible to dominate the necessary knowledge for seamless communication in controlled areas.
We recommend the following transceiver:
Published in the 29/12/2017 BOE (Official State Gazette)
The certification will be issued by our ATO173 approved school, accrediting the necessary knowledge and languages used in communications between the controller and the aircraft, addressing the operating conditions in which the procedure is carried out.
As stated in the 29/12/2017 BOE (Official State Gazette)
For flights in controlled airspaces it is obligatory to possess the knowledge required to obtain a radio operator qualification, accredited via authorisation and annotated to a pilot’s licence or certificate emitted by an approved training organisation (ATO) or an ultralight school, alongside accreditation of adequate knowledge of the language or languages employed in the communications between controller and aircraft, addressing the operating conditions of the airspace in which the procedure is carried out.
ROCC (RTC) CERTIFICATION THROUGH ATO173
Table of Contents
- PURPOSE AND SCOPE
- RECOMMENDATIONS AND GOOD HABITS IN GROUND-AIR COMMUNICATIONS/li>
- SUBJECT AREA RADIO
- CONFUSING MEASURES
- BLOCKED TRANSMISSIONS
- LOSSES OF COMMUNICATIONS
- EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
- GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS