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Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk

Welcome to Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk.  Our aviation podcast is delivered by two experienced pilots that work as air traffic controllers.  We fly in the NAS and we interact with the community through our podcast.  Our show is driven by your feedback and questions.  Enjoy the show and thanks for listening!

May 7, 2024

Episode 331 Show Notes


Topic of the show: Weather

RH and AG discuss weather as it relates to ATC. Patron EG sent feedback about a resource she has created for increasing pilot safety! Bravo!


Timely Feedback:

1.  Patron AW tells us tales of center superiority and flight data flight plan restoration.

2.  Patron CM from the frozen north sent audio feedback about the frozen norther.

3.  Patron SE sent two feedbacks about expected routing and sea plane bases.

4.  Patron BY talks about expected routing.

5.  Patron PS tells us about the lingo for the float plane fraternity


1.  THE Charlie Alpha sent feedback about the emerald city controllers and their amazing work.

2.  Patron AC sent a question about opposing and crossing downwinds.

3.  Patron MM sent a photo of a proposed airspace redesign at sunny southern airport.

4.  Patron DB tells us how AG hurt him and some comments about tower’s airspace, pointouts and audio sound bites.


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