Mar 16, 2020
Episode 116 Show Notes
Topic of the show: “Climb Via SID” vs. “Climb and Maintain” phraseology present a challenge depending on how the clearance is executed on departure. We break down the difference and illustrate some techniques for pilots that aren’t sure exactly what clearance they have been issued.
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