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Episode 134 Show Notes
Topic of the show: AG and RH give their opinion on how to handle a potential violation of airspace. How can we conduct ourselves on the radio to avoid escalating a conflict? What actions do the professionals take in situations where they may have made a mistake? Thank you to PATRONs IM, CH, and MD for your awesome answers!
- Juliet Oscar wants us to clarify what “low” airspace means.
- PATRON Mike Delta wants to know what we think about checking in on a newly assigned frequency with the same controller.
- PATRON Alpha Mike Bravo learned the funny way that remarks need to be brief in your flight plan.
- PATRON Oscar Charlie asks about flight following in busy airspace.
- PATRON Charlie Alpha Whiskey has thoughts about phone numbers and canceling IFR flight plans.
- Romeo Kilo asks about traffic counts.
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