My Childhood Dream

Growing up in Tehran, Iran, I was that child who was always staring at the sky, enchanted by airplanes and the freedom they represented. My dreams were filled with images of me as an airline pilot, soaring through the endless blue sky.

Discovering Aviation

My father, sensing my passion, took me to a local air show when I was 10. The roar of the engines, the grace of the planes, the skill of the pilots - everything about it was magical. From that day on, my room was filled with books about aviation, model airplanes, and aviation maps.

Entering the World of Flight

At 18, with my family's support, I enrolled in a flying school. The excitement was overwhelming, but so were the challenges. The world of aviation was complex, requiring technical knowledge, physical training, and the mastery of Aviation English.

I spent countless hours learning about aerodynamics, weather patterns, aircraft instruments, and above all, the unique language of pilots. Aviation English was difficult, but it was the key to my dream.

My First Solo Flight

The day of my first solo flight was filled with anticipation. I will never forget the feeling of taxiing onto the runway, communicating with the control tower in Aviation English, and taking off. I was flying, and I was in control.

The Long Journey

The journey from student pilot to airline captain was long and demanding. I became a co-pilot for a domestic airline, then a captain on international routes. I encountered thunderstorms, navigated through dense fog, dealt with unexpected mechanical issues, and more.

In every situation, Aviation English was my constant companion. It helped me communicate with air traffic controllers, engineers, flight attendants, and passengers. It was not just a subject I studied; it was an essential part of my professional life.

Challenges and Triumphs

My career was filled with highs and lows. There were flights that were smooth and satisfying, and there were emergencies that tested my skills and resolve. In those critical moments, the ability to communicate clearly in Aviation English was invaluable.

Living the Dream

Today, I am living my childhood dream. As a captain, I travel the world, meet people from different cultures, and experience the joy of flying every day. I often think back to the young boy in Tehran who looked up at the sky with wide-eyed wonder.

Mastering Aviation English was more than a requirement for my job; it was a key to unlocking my potential and achieving my dream. For those who aspire to fly, let my story be a reminder that with passion, dedication, and the right tools, the sky is not the limit; it's the beginning.


  • Aerodynamics: The study of how air moves around objects.
  • Air traffic controllers: People who manage aircraft movements.
  • Air show: A public display of aircraft.
  • Airline: A company providing regular flight services.
  • Airplane: A powered flying vehicle.
  • Aviation: The operation of aircraft.
  • Captain: The chief pilot of an airplane.
  • Cockpit: The front part of an airplane where pilots control the aircraft.
  • Co-pilot: A secondary pilot assisting the captain.
  • Control tower: A tall building at an airport where air traffic control is based.
  • Domestic airline: An airline providing flight services within a country.
  • Engineers: Professionals who design, build or maintain engines, machines, or structures.
  • Flight attendants: Airline staff responsible for passengers' comfort and safety.
  • Fog: Thick mist or low clouds that obscure visibility.
  • Instrument: Tools and devices used in the airplane for navigation and control.
  • International routes: Places in other countries.
  • LPR exam: Language Proficiency Requirements exam to test English communication skills.
  • Mechanical issues: Problems related to the machinery of the airplane.
  • Model airplanes: Small replicas of aircraft.
  • Runway: A paved surface for taking off and landing.
  • Solo flight: A flight where a student pilot is alone.
  • Take off: To ascend into the air.
  • Taxi: To move an airplane on the ground.
  • Thunderstorms: A storm with thunder and lightning.
  • Weather patterns: Regular or repeated atmospheric conditions.

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