Jan 11, 2021
Episode 159 Show Notes
Topic of the show: Why do some approaches say “NA at Night”? The Terps Elf will do his best to answer this question. We also discuss the use of aircraft types in ATC instructions, minimum vectoring altitudes, flight following in a practice area, and more of your awesome questions and feedback!
Mentions: PATRON November Tango sent https://ablecompany502pir.org/files/FM_24-6_June_1945.pdf with page 18 being the one that shows the 5 x 5 methodology to describe radio signal strength. https://ablecompany502pir.org/files/FM_24-6_June_1945.pdf (Page 18). Also PATRON Charlie Hotel sent https://www.esri.com/news/arcnews/summer07articles/a-brief-history.html about history of aeronautical charting.
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