The Ecology of Language Practices in Worldwide Airline Flight Deck Operations: The Case of Japanese Airlines

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A large fraction of flight operations in the global commercial aviation system are conducted using a mixture of English and some other language(s). We examine the institutional factors that create this situation and the language practices adopted by non-native English speaking pilots to adapt within a complex ecology of constraints on language usage. We… (More)

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