Radio Telephony

The RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license required for the use of communication equipment in an aircraft is the prerequisite for issue of pilot license in many countries, including India.
The WPC (Wireless Planning and coordination) wing of the Ministry of Communication, Government of India conducts this examination and issues the RT license in India.

The RT exam consists of following two parts

Part 1

Paper Solving & Communication Procedures (Transmission)

Part 2

Oral Exam (VIVA) largely based on Regulation and Navigation

Apart from CPL Holders (Pilots), RT is mandatory for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) as well.

Why ALPS?

At Airline Prep School (ALPS), our RT Training comprises of one-on-one call practice, extensive paper solving (from oldest to latest), complete theoretical understanding & ample of VIVA practice. Equal focus is given on both parts to ensure a student’s success.
We provide RT classes for aspiring CPL Holders, AME students as well as for Part 1 (Conversion) exams.
With our outstanding results and experienced faculty, we assure you nothing but the best for your RT preparation!

Get for your Radio Telephony Licence with Airline Prep School

RTR(A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license is a certification that allows an individual to use radio communication equipment for aviation operations. This license is mandatory for pilots who operate aircraft in controlled airspace and communicate with air traffic control (ATC) for navigation and other related purposes.
The RTR (A) license is issued by the national aviation regulatory authority and requires applicants to complete a training program that covers the basics of radio communication, including the phonetic alphabet, standard phraseology, and air traffic control procedures. The training also includes practical exercises in simulated radio communication environments.
Applicants must pass written+oral and viva exams conducted by the regulatory authority to demonstrate their proficiency in using radio communication equipment and procedures.
In summary, the RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license is a mandatory certification for pilots operating aircraft in controlled airspace, allowing them to communicate with air traffic control using radio communication equipment.

Paper Solving & Communication Procedures (Transmission)

The first part of the RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license exam includes paper solving and communication procedures (transmission). This part of the exam assesses the candidate’s knowledge of radio communication equipment and procedures, including the use of the phonetic alphabet, standard phraseology, and air traffic control procedures.
During the paper solving portion of the exam, candidates are given a series of questions related to radio communication equipment and procedures, and are required to demonstrate their knowledge by providing written answers.
In the communication procedures (transmission) portion of the exam, candidates are required to demonstrate their ability to communicate effectively using radio communication equipment, including proper use of the phonetic alphabet, standard phraseology, and air traffic control procedures. Candidates may be asked to simulate radio communication with an examiner or with a simulated air traffic control tower.

Oral Exam (VIVA) largely based on Regulation and Navigation

The second part of the RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license exam is an oral exam, commonly referred to as a VIVA (Viva Voce), and is largely based on regulations and navigation.
During this part of the exam, candidates are tested on their knowledge of aviation regulations and procedures, as well as navigation techniques and procedures. The examiner may ask questions related to aviation law, airspace classifications, weather regulations, navigation techniques, and other related topics.
Candidates are expected to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter through clear and concise answers to the examiner’s questions. The oral exam is designed to assess the candidate’s understanding of the regulations and procedures that govern the use of radio communication equipment in aviation operations, and their ability to apply that knowledge in a practical setting.
In summary, the RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license exam consists of two parts: a paper solving and communication procedures (transmission) section, and an oral exam (VIVA) largely based on regulations and navigation. The exam is designed to assess the candidate’s knowledge of radio communication equipment and procedures, as well as their understanding of aviation regulations and procedures related to the use of radio communication equipment in aviation operations.

Here are some ways that Airline Prep School can help in preparing for the RTR (A) exam

Comprehensive study material

ALPS provides comprehensive study material that covers all the topics that are likely to be covered in the RTR (A) exam. The study material is designed by subject matter experts and is regularly updated to ensure that it is aligned with the latest exam pattern and syllabus.

Experienced trainers

The trainers at ALPS are highly experienced aviation professionals who have extensive knowledge of radio communication equipment and procedures. They are equipped to provide expert guidance and coaching to students preparing for the RTR (A) exam.

Mock tests

ALPS conducts regular mock tests that are designed to simulate the RTR (A) exam environment. These tests help students to get familiar with the exam pattern, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and work on improving their performance.

Communication training

ALPS provides specialized training in radio communication procedures, including the use of the phonetic alphabet, standard phraseology, and air traffic control procedures. This training is designed to help students develop effective communication skills that are essential for success in the RTR (A) exam.

Personalized coaching

ALPS provides personalized coaching to students, taking into account their strengths and weaknesses. This helps students to focus on areas where they need to improve and achieve better results in the RTR (A) exam.

Flight Training

ALPS provides personalized coaching to students, taking into account their strengths and weaknesses. This helps students to focus on areas where they need to improve and achieve better results in the RTR (A) exam. In summary, Airline Prep School provides comprehensive training and coaching to help students prepare for the RTR (A) exam. The institute's experienced trainers, comprehensive study material, mock tests, specialized communication training, and personalized coaching help students to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence required to succeed in the RTR (A) exam.

Airline Prep School (ALPS) is a training institute that provides expert guidance and coaching to aspiring pilots who are preparing for various aviation exams, including the RTR (A) or Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) license.

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