Episode 229 Show Notes
Topic of the show: Did the controller say the magic words and clear you into the Bravo airspace? AG and RH offer their opinions on implied Bravo clearances and how you can handle the situation. We also discuss safe and effective means of allowing your student to make mistakes along the way.
1. Patron CA sent some great suggestions regarding CTAF congestion. 2. Patron EH shares some background on the GPS approach under the Devil Bravo. 3. Patron SC shared a story about navigation pride! 4. JZ sent an update about her first flight with the baby.
Patron MR reminds IFR pilots trying to sneak out VFR isn’t always a good plan. Patron MG shared a great ATC service story from out West. Patron MK adds some phraseology to his goodbye to IFR aircraft at non-towered airports. DN wants our thoughts on safe ways to let your student make mistakes.
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