Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk
by Air Traffic Talk
September 29, 2020 8:50 am
RH and AG are two experienced air traffic controllers and pilots that host a weekly show answering listener questions, breaking down complex aviation topics, and relating their experiences to everyday occurrences in the national airspace system. The hosts and guests do not represent the FAA or NATCA and express their own views and opinions.
Episode 144 Show Notes
Topic of the show: This week, we hear from an airline pilot, a general aviation pilot, and a dispatcher that works nights. Each of them has valuable feedback regarding fatigue. Thank you for sending us your stories!
– PATRON Hotel Mike Bravo passed his checkride! Congratulations!
– PATRON Mike Kilo sent in feedback about visual approaches. Link to AC 90-66B. 91.126 and 91.127.
– Delta Hotel sent in details about a gear incident at a local airport.
– PATRON Echo Golf asked the Terps Elf a very good question about wording on an approach plate. Thank you for your help, Mr. Terps Elf! http://cfiruss.blogspot.com/2018/05/goodbye-dme-hello-equipment.html
– Juliet Oscar asked about continuous authorization in closed traffic.
– PATRON Echo Hotel has taxiway confusion and name recognition.
– Mike Sierra has a question about Class Bravo and Class C instructions that aim them right at it.
– Whiskey Whiskey sent in a correction to RH’s blunder.
– PATRON Tango November has some rapid fire questions and is seeking help or support after running out of episodes.
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