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Episode 185 Show Notes
Topic of the show: RH and AG discuss the importance of controllers having a basic understanding of the GPS/RNAV approach and vectors versus initial fix usage. We discuss some easy tips for pilots and controllers to avoid confusion when executing RNAV approaches and issuing clearances.
All feedback episode!
- *moved to OB186*
- PATRON Echo Charlie wants to know why he didn’t get a “hold for release” clearance.
- PATRON Romeo Whiskey shares his solo story!
- Tango Mike asked about dual tower frequencies at busier airports.
- Juliet Bravo shares more fun facts about military solo operations.
- PATRON Tango Bravo asks about IFR route filing with fixes inside center airspace.
- PATRON Romoe November wants to know who is who and what is what in the TRACON.
- PATRON Echo Bravo want to learn about same runway separation.
No new question of the week
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