Episode 297 Show Notes
Topic of the show: On this week’s show, AG and RH discuss the striking similarities between our jobs as air traffic controllers and real life police officers directing traffic. Squeeze plays, confused drivers, violators, and those that simply don’t pay attention make for an interesting comparison to air traffic. We also share our opinion on general aviation landers at Class Bravo airports, rant about PIREPs, and hear more of your awesome aviation feedback. This is a fun episode and you don’t want to miss it. Enjoy!
1. Patron Mike Oscar shares some kind words about the AirVenture appearance. Thank you!
1. Patron Mike Oscar want to know our thoughts on general aviation landing at Class Bravo airports.
2. Patron Juliet Hotel asks about his PC-12 being ready at the end of the runway.
3. Patron Alpha Delta sent audio and a PIPEP question.
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