Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk
OB88: Gotta Keep 'Em Separated
Sep 2, 2019 · 1 hr 17 min
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Episode 88 Show Notes

Topic of the show: PATRON Juliet Echo Charlie from Atlanta sent in a question about separation services.  AG and RH explain what we do and how tower controllers keep airplanes apart.  Thank you to another great air trafficker for his/her help answering some questions about Chicago Tower ground operations, standard taxi instructions, and training!

Timely Feedback: 

1. PATRON Alpha Tango sent in questions with his Chicago messages.  Thank you!

2. PATRON Joe the Airbus Guy sent in a great question about late night staffing.

3. PATRON Joe the Airbus Guy gives his take on the ORD 5 Departure.

4. PATRON Charlie Mike asked about new airports with a seemingly new ATC language.

Feedback

1. Romeo Bravo sent in a story about a well performing KC-135!

2. PATRON Alpha Tango asked about precipitation levels.

3. PATRON Joe the Airbus Guy sent in a story about a near divert to a busy airport.

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