Jun 8, 2020
Episode 128 Show Notes
Topic of the show: AG and RH discuss how controllers all have their own way of doing things. What happens when we sit down and the previous controller created a situation we don’t like? How do we make the problem run our way?
Last Week’s question: After being issued a traffic call from ATC, are you required to find the target? If you do see the target, are you required to tell ATC you have it in sight? And if it’s traffic to follow and you have them in sight, is the pilot required to maintain a standard of separation in terms of mileage? Tell us here.
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