Annotation. Training of aviation specialists in professionally oriented English is carried out -taking into account the rules that were developed by specialists of the International Civil Aviation -Organization (ICAO). These rules were taken into account when compiling various training manuals for future air ¬traffic controllers. Despite the fact that in the process of learning students receive a significant amount of theoretical ¬knowledge, unfortunately, it is not always possible to work them out properly in practice due to the intensive pace of learning and the lack of the possibility of interaction with each student individually. In this regard, the issue of introducing a linguistic simulator into the educational process in order to intensify ¬and optimize the learning process becomes relevant. Two types of language simulators are considered, created for practicing and controlling the assimilation of the phraseology of radio traffic. An analysis of the exercises offered in each of the simulators, test tasks was carried out, and new exercises were proposed that would significantly ¬increase the effectiveness of training.
Key words: professionally oriented training, air traffic controller, aviation, professional communication, professionally oriented English, speech simulator, training intensification, exercises.