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“Town and Country Traffic, red and white Skyhawk, 4-mile final, Runway One Seven, Town and Country.”
“Town and Country Traffic, blue and white Warrior, turning base, Runway One Seven, Town and Country.”
“Town and Country Traffic, red and white Skyhawk, final, Runway One Seven, Town and Country.”
Do you think saying your aircraft’s color scheme in place of your aircraft’s registration when making position reports is a great idea? The truth is, this tactic has the potential to get you into deep serious trouble. I’ll explain why in this week’s show.
How to Get in Touch with ATC for VFR Flight Following
I’ve covered this topic before, but several pilots have asked me about it in the last month. A refresher, with all the radio work, coming right up.
A Good Read for IFR Pilots
My friend and highly experienced pilot, Sarah Fritts of ThinkAviation.net just published a Kindle book calledThe Instrument Pilot’s Survival Guide.*
This guide will help you alleviate your stress by teaching you the general flow of an instrument flight.
Mastering the rhythm of an instrument flight is the key to a worry-free experience.
This survival guide will walk you through an instrument flight from beginning to end. Each step along the way, this book will teach you what you should do every time. Sarah Fritts
More details about the book coming up at my other website, IFRflightRadio.com.
*The fine print: If you make a purchase at Amazon.com using this link, I receive a small commission.
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