Hat tip: Thanks, Malila Prado, for pointing me to these references.
Garcia, A.C. (2016). Air traffic communications in routine and emergency contexts: A case study of Flight 1549 ‘miracle on the Hudson’. Journal of Pragmatics, 106, 57-71. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2016.10.005 .
Garcia, A.C. (2013). Air traffic communication. In A.C. Garcia. An introduction to interaction: Understanding talk in formal and informal settings. London: Bloomsbury.
On September 19-21, 2016, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine hosted the 7th World Congress with the theme “Aviation in the XXI Century”. As you can see in the image below, quite a few talks concerned the language use in Aviation.
Unfortunately, only one of the articles is available. Click here if you would like to read it:
Golovnia, A., Shurma, S. (2016, September). Translating suffixal English aviation terms in the classroom. In 7th World Congress “Aviation in the XXI Century” Proceedings. Paper presented at 7th World Congress: Aviation in the XXI Century, Kiev (pp. 9.23-9.25). Kiev: National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Petrashchuk, O. (2016). English language use in aviation. In M. Górnicz &M. Kornacka (Eds.), Studi@ Naukowe 34: Spójność tekstu specjalistycznego (2) (pp. 90-98). Warsow: University of Warsow.
Čada, O. (2016). Discourse analysis of air traffic phraseology. (Bachelor thesis). Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
Vitryak, A., Slipak, B., & Serhii, K. (2017). Plain Aviation English: Qualitative and quantitative interpretation. Journal of Social Science Studies, 4 (1), 42-52.
Dai, L. & Li, D. (2016). A study of grammar in Radiotelephony English in classroom. Advances in Education Sciences, 10. Proceedings from ICCE 2015 2nd International Conference on Creative Education (pp. 85-90). London, UK.
Dai, L. & Zhang, J. (2016). A study of adopting CLT in a university Radiotelephony English classroom. Advances in Education Sciences, 10. Proceedings from ICCE 2015 2nd International Conference on Creative Education (pp. 203-207). London, UK.
Li, Y. (2016). Civil Aviation English for pilots: An English airground communication course based on simulating videos. (Master thesis). University of San Francisco, San Francisco, U.S.A.