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The importance of language in aviation industry is unquestionable. Pilots use language all the time for various reasons, mostly to hold a conversation with other pilots or aircraft controllers. The official and the most dominant language of international aviation communication is English. Yet, there are numerous aviation accidents show that the role of language fails in the aspect of communication, instead language there plays a totally different role than mere communication. The cases of catastrophic aircraft flights show that miscommunications can and do occur. In any analytic investigation …mehr

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The importance of language in aviation industry is unquestionable. Pilots use language all the time for various reasons, mostly to hold a conversation with other pilots or aircraft controllers. The official and the most dominant language of international aviation communication is English. Yet, there are numerous aviation accidents show that the role of language fails in the aspect of communication, instead language there plays a totally different role than mere communication. The cases of catastrophic aircraft flights show that miscommunications can and do occur. In any analytic investigation of the recordings retrieved and transcribed from the tapes of the aircraft black boxes, investigators linguistically misinterpret the most significant last words on the records as this task falls out of the scope of their main job.
Autorenporträt
Raghad H. Mudheher is a researcher and writer in linguistics. Studied BA and MA in the college of Education/ English Language Department at Baghdad University 2016-2021. Her PhD is from the college of Arts of the same university with wider interest in most branches of Linguistics such as Cognitive Linguistics,DA, Pragmatics, and Psycholinguistics.