Apr 4, 2022
Episode 222 Show Notes
Topic of the show: When a pilot calls up for an airborne IFR clearance and is dangerously close to an unidentified target on our scopes, when do our separation responsibility begin? How do we protect against a midair collision when we are not talking to both aircraft? We share our thoughts on this great question and we also discuss forced flight following, controller mistakes, and more of your awesome aviation questions! Special “Charlie Alpha” segment included in this week’s show!
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