Jun 20, 2022
Episode 233 Show Notes
Topic of the show: AG and RH discuss procedures like Line Up and Wait (LUAW) and Land and Hold Short (LAHSO) that are not available at all towered airports. Why aren’t these procedures used everywhere and what type of considerations are made when using them to keep traffic moving efficiently? We also discuss electronic flight bag routing suggestions, Class Bravo clearances, runway crossing instructions, and more of your awesome aviation comments/feedback.
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