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ATC Quick Reference Guide

Post by David » Thu Nov 19, 2015 6:33 pm

After the "What does the civilian section want" Topic by Dan, I've been inspired to make ATC on YSFLIGHT a lot more easier for both pilots (especially new pilots) and controllers to understand.

I have removed the unnecessary things such as the clearance delivery, weather information and en-route control. This is not meant to be a comprehensive ATC manual.

What do you all think? Feedback is welcome!
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Re: [Idea] ATC Quick Reference Guide

Post by Neocon » Thu Nov 19, 2015 11:44 pm

The only thing I would add is the pilot reporting a missed approach on final. I say that only because I miss the first approach way too often. :oops:

Other than that, this is a great resource that will at least get everyone familiar with the basics of how to fly with ATC. I would think it would be basic enough not to frighten people away and as they get used to these procedures they can graduate to the more comprehensive manuals.

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Re: [IDEA] ATC Quick Reference Guide

Post by David » Fri Nov 20, 2015 1:33 pm

Patrick31337 wrote:The only thing I would add is the pilot reporting a missed approach on final. I say that only because I miss the first approach way too often. :oops:


Yes Patrick, of course! Now added a Missed Approach section and changed the layout. Thanks for the suggestion Patrick!

I have also been changed the layout. It is based on the layout of aircraft checklists making it a lot easier to read.

Edit - Added new Phonetic Alphabet section.

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