Episode 212 Show Notes
Topic of the show: On this week’s episode, AG and RH discuss how they determine when they’ve reached their maximum capacity. How do we deal sudden task saturation? What tools do we have available to safely work our way out of a busy session? This episode was a lot of fun to record and you won’t want to miss it!
1. SGAC Patron Sierra Echo brings up a very important point about operating under Class Bravo. 2. Patron WO shared some thoughts about an episode of the The Finer Points Aviation podcast. Check it out!
Patron Golf Mike asked about controller’s knowledge of weather and how it applies to their work. Patron Juliet Echo Charlie asked about the limitation of a tower controller.
Mentioned in the show: Cold Weather corrections: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publications/atpubs/aim_html/chap7_section_3.html
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