Could I be in trouble with air traffic contollers?

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  • Could I be in trouble with air traffic contollers?


Answer #1 | 17/12 2013 20:25
Answer #2 | 17/12 2013 21:22
I have been in the air a couple of times when other pilots did stupid things, on time a pilot flew into a cloud on down wind, the other one I do not know what he did, but in both cases I heard the controller say" taxi to the base of the tower". They got whatever was coming to them right then and there. I also have been IFR and heard the controller read a phone number and give an instruction to call upon landing. I think you would know by now if your controller was going to gig you.
Answer #3 | 18/12 2013 02:59
i think no.. its is difficult to get in traffic contollers
Answer #4 | 18/12 2013 09:07
at big airports all planes fly standard approaches, and you should be familiar with them as part of your flight planning. your initial callup should have stated what approach you were planning to fly. if it's visual, say so. no ambiguity, and the controllers can then sequence you in with other traffic. their first priority is ifr traffic, remember, with vfr traffic kept out of the way. many commercial sops specify instrument approaches regardless of weather conditions. flying ifr in vmc may sound silly, but, among other things, it guarantees flight following. you will be on somebody's radar at all times.

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