Episode 261 Show Notes
Topic of the show: A student pilot is in busy airspace near a Class Bravo surface area without a Class B clearance. What did the student say to get an immediate solution from ATC? Find out on this episode. We also discuss reroutes, listening skills, and the service provided by Angel Flight pilots. This was a really fun way to start our 6th year doing weekly episodes. Enjoy!
1. Patron DM actually did what we suggested and got MSAW processing on a VFR flight. 2. SGAC Patron Romeo Quebec shared some nice thoughts about the show.
Patron DL is an Angel Flight pilot. Thank you! Patron GK asked about an interesting set of skills. Patron AT asked what type of non instructional exchanges happen with ATC. Patron MK sent a reroute video and asked for our thoughts. https://youtu.be/ReNndBjFuWw
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