Episode 268 Show Notes
Topic of the show: On Today’s show we break down more details about visual approaches, dissect the soup sandwich departure near the Oracle Database Airport, and hear from a very aware student pilot on their first solo! We are working with a new audio setup so our voices may sound a little different. Enjoy the show!
1. SGAC Patron SE shares some insight into the Oracle Database Airport departure procedure. http://www.sancarlosairport.org/Departure-Guidance-030222.pdf
2. Patron BY sent in the unofficial guidance on the infamous departure with some local knowledge.
3. Patron AK shares some local stories about training underneath the Sourdough Bravo
1. Patron DW asked why some clearances are abbreviated.
2. Patron DGM wasn’t afraid to key up and ask questions of ATC!
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