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Episode 138 Show Notes
Topic of the show: This week we will discuss our opinions on navigating complex airspace with several different controlling agencies and airspace boundaries. Who should you call when you are approaching a Class Delta? How far above the Delta should you fly? What does the controller see when you are tagged up by another facility?
- PATRON Echo Hotel got his instrument rating! Congratulations!
- PATRON Tango Foxtrot shares his thoughts on the Class B violator.
- Delta Golf comments on the Terps Elf’s response to his original feedback 2 years ago!
- PATRON Juliet Echo Charlie provides audio feedback regarding OB136.
- PATRON Tango Papa shares his thoughts on non standard phraseology during approaches.
- PATRON Alpha Whiskey declares a national day of mourning for the loss of several VOR approaches in TRIAD airspace. Link mentioned: https://bluelineaviationllc.com/our-future/
- PATRON Alpha Lima asked about wake turbulence restrictions and his low approach behind a departing large aircraft.
- PATRON Juliet Hotel wants to talk about Canadian airspace.
- PATRON Juliet Delta has a question about getting improved equipment when there are known issues with certain radios.
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