Jul 11, 2022
Episode 236 Show Notes
Topic of the show: When a pilot gets a low altitude alert, it should get their attention. And when you’re getting a low altitude alert in a climb, it can be very confusing. On this week’s show, we will discuss audio feedback about low altitude alerts. When do we issue safety alerts? Why does our judgement matter when we receive unusual alarms? We also share some insight into why some tower controllers can’t issue vectors.
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