Feb 15, 2021
Episode 164 Show Notes
Topic of the show: What happens when the radar controller gives you an expected instruction and the tower controller issues you a different instruction? Which instruction should the pilot follow? AG and RH will offer their opinion on how to handle this situation as a pilot and offer some explanation on what may be happening in the background. We also discuss departing under VFR when the weather is IFR, Class Bravo boundaries, and more of your awesome questions and feedback!
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