Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk

Episode 059: Wrong Way on a Windy Day

February 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 59
Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk
Episode 059: Wrong Way on a Windy Day
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Opposing Bases: Air Traffic Talk
Episode 059: Wrong Way on a Windy Day
Feb 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 59
Air Traffic Talk
RH and AG discuss runway selection, runway use programs, and listener questions.
Show Notes

Episode 59 Show Notes

Topic of the show: Runway selection considerations.  Captain Nick from the Airline Pilot Guy show sent in audio feedback that inspired today’s topic.  Thank you, Captain Nick!  A special thank you to our anonymous source at Boston Tower that helped give me some clues regarding runway selection on the day Captain Nick arrived!  RH loves BOS, loved flying there as a pilot, and has fond memories of that airport.  We really appreciate your help!

 Timely Feedback: 

1. KM responded to Episode 058 “The Voice That Puts Out Fires”.  

2. CK offered a tour at the Carolina Aviation Museum.

3. “Tango Tango the C-40 Pilot” left feedback about fix names and “The Voice”.

4.  BL used a creative clearance to avoid an unfortunate accident in his aircraft.  What’s MARSA?

Feedback

1.  Bravo Juliet sent in a question concerning lost communications.  Thank you, BJ!

2. MD sent in feedback about EAA Air Venture in Oshkosh, WI.  Thank you, MD! Fisk arrival video.

Question of the Week/Month

What is your dream airplane?  An A340, a B747, an MD80?  Do you dream of piloting a Piper Cub in Alaska?  Tell us about your aviation bucket list items!

The photos of A340, B747, MD80 and Piper Cub are links to Airliners.net.  We do not own these photos and do not claim credit for them.

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Have a great week and thanks for listening!