ICAO Language Proficiency Test Level 4 5 6 online

 Take the test

  • Face-to-face in D-96450 Coburg, or...
  • Online via Zoom
  • Agree a date with the examiner personally
    • Desmond Ryan
    • +49 176 38953718
    • flugschule@ryan-gmbh.de
  • Initial and repetitive test L4, L5, L6
    • 295 € (19% VAT inclusive)


 Organisation and Supervisory Authority

  • The Organisation is "SIERRA MIKE Consulting" based in A-6170 Zirl
  • Responsibility lies with Austro-Control Vienna
  • Official Approval Number LTB 101
  • Certificates are recognised by all EASA Member States
  • Learn more https://sierramike-consulting.com


Test Procedure
Part 1: Dialogue (15 Minutes)

  • With open questions and photographs the examiner (LPE) initiates a dialogue. As the candidate becomes more fluent the examiner becomes more passive
  • Topics are personal introduction, work, routine and non-routine situations and, of course, flying whereby the content is adapted to the aviation backgroud of the candidate

Part 2: Computer-Based-Test (30 Minutes)

  • A random selection of up to 30 recordings is played. The candidate gives an appropriate verbal "answer" to each recording
  • The role of the examiner in this part is to answer questions of understanding where necessary or to replay the recording


  • The examiner (LPE) is present during the whole test, either physically or online via Zoom
  • Both parts of the test are recorded electronically. This is a legal requirement. It enables a neutral and repeatable assessment of the language proficiency for the candidate, the testing organisation and the supervisory body
  • The recordings are assessed separately by a linguistic expert (LPLE). This second examiner is also a legal requirement
  • The final rating takes into account the ratings of both examiners. In the case of disagreement the linguistic expert (LPLE) has the final word
  • The candidate normally receives the certificate showing the level achieved within two working days of the examination



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