Why English is Considered the Language of the Skies

 

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This month, we’ve been exploring how social media is transforming the travel industry. We’re also looking at how mobile technology is transforming Africa.

The articles below discuss these topics and others in more detail. I hope you enjoy reading them.

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Samantha Rivera

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English has been the language of air travel since at least the 1950’s and this status was further cemented in 2008 when the International Civil Aviation Organisation introduced language proficiency requirements. Those working in aviation are now required to take regular tests to prove their English language proficiency, with the aim of improving communications and promoting safety in the skies.
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