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 on: Today at 04:54:43 PM 
Started by JTS97Z28 - Last post by jdflyer
WOW OMG I feel for anyone going there.

 on: Today at 04:30:50 PM 
Started by JTS97Z28 - Last post by davolijj
Sounds to me like a controller with too much time and not enough airplanes.  Just so everyone here knows what standard controllers are held to, here is an excerpt from the 7110.65V Air Traffic Control Manual.  Note the note.

Quote from: 7110.65V Chapter 2, Section 4
Ensure pilots acknowledge all Air Traffic Clearances and ATC Instructions. When a pilot reads back an Air Traffic Clearance or ATC Instruction:
a. Ensure that items read back are correct.
b. Ensure the read back of hold short instructions, whether a part of taxi instructions or a LAHSO clearance.
c. Ensure pilots use call signs and/or registration numbers in any read back acknowledging an Air Traffic Clearance or ATC Instruction.
1. ATC Clearance/Instruction Read Back guidance for pilots in the AIM states:
a. Although pilots should read back the “numbers,” unless otherwise required by procedure or controller request,
pilots may acknowledge clearances, control instructions, or other information by using “Wilco,” “Roger,” “Affirmative,” or other words or remarks with their aircraft identification.
b. Altitudes contained in charted procedures, such as departure procedures, instrument approaches, etc., need not be read back unless they are specifically stated by the controller.
c. Initial read back of a taxi, departure or landing clearance should include the runway assignment, including left, right, center, etc. if applicable.
2. Until a pilot acknowledges a controller’s clearance or instruction, a controller cannot know if a pilot will comply with the clearance or remain as previously cleared.
“Climbing to Flight Level three three zero, United Twelve” or “November Five Charlie Tango, roger, cleared to land runway four left.”


Quote from: 7110.65V Chapter 2, Section 4
Transmissions may be abbreviated as follows:
a. Use the identification prefix and the last 3 digits or letters of the aircraft identification after communications have been established. Do not abbreviate similar sounding aircraft identifications or the identification of an air carrier or other civil aircraft having an FAA authorized call sign.
b. Omit the facility identification after communi- cation has been established.
c. Transmit the message immediately after the callup (without waiting for the aircraft’s reply) when the message is short and receipt is generally assured.
d. Omit the word “over” if the message obviously requires a reply.

 on: Today at 03:23:33 PM 
Started by JTS97Z28 - Last post by Fryy
That is pretty ridiculous imo. Fast forward to 17:00...


 on: July 02, 2015, 10:26:44 PM 
Started by JTS97Z28 - Last post by flyboy944
If you look underneath the signature box in the link you provided you will see a 23:00 recording of him.

 on: July 02, 2015, 08:56:55 PM 
Started by RonR - Last post by RonR
Feeds back up. Turns out the power supply to the Pi was bad.

Sent from my SGH-M919 using Tapatalk

 on: July 02, 2015, 07:59:15 PM 
Started by DrSm0ke - Last post by DrSm0ke
KMCI is down due to Storm Damage.

Hope to have it back up this weekend.

Thor had its way with the audio server.....



 on: July 02, 2015, 05:16:17 PM 
Started by men380 - Last post by men380
Hello, Prague has new system.
first video streaming as live video with delay only 5 second Smiley


 on: July 02, 2015, 03:35:59 PM 
Started by norts12 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Hello Matt!!

Please, no one of you consider this as spam....

but I have a channel on youtube dedicated on this... you can check it out if you want to! wink wink


 on: July 02, 2015, 03:27:58 PM 
Started by dbperry - Last post by Brad G.
Expletives are NEVER irrelevant to the trained accident investigator.
Who said this site has any need or desire to cater to "trained accident investigators" ?

Sounds like you've ended up at the wrong website, Aegis.

 on: July 02, 2015, 02:02:56 PM 
Started by JTS97Z28 - Last post by JTS97Z28
Stumbled upon this link where there is an actual pilot petition to have a tower controller at KMRY removed. Supposedly this is guy is absolutely terrible! Based on the link his initials are IB. I assume those are his operating initials.
Just wondering if there are any examples of this guy working.


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