The terminology used in aviation is the whole of the concepts and codes uttered by the pilot, co-pilot, flight attendant, cabin crew, tower, traffic controller, etc. during a flight.
All other occupations have their own jargon. However, it is different in the aviation industry. This is a result caused by the necessity of global standardization. Everybody uses the same jargon all around the world so that each pilot can communicate with the air traffic control towers. Everybody in this sector required to have sufficient knowledge of the terminology and the passengers are entitled to know the ones regarding the flights, such as boarding or check-in.
Click to download IATA Passenger Glossary of Terms.
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