This is just some advice for the pilots who may not understand the ATC commands.
1.) When the controller says “Line up and wait,” you are to line up with the centerline on the runway, not the hold short line on the taxiway. The point in you lining up on the runway is to speed up the process of your takeoff. The aircraft in front of you may not be fast enough for you to immediately take off, so the controllers line you up on the runway to get you ready for takeoff.
2.) When you are in line on the taxiway waiting to be cleared for takeoff, please don’t request to takeoff until you are the next in line and waiting at the hold short line. Trust me, the controllers do see you on the radar and on the taxiway. By requesting to takeoff when you are 5th in line, you jam up the frequency and it becomes more difficult, therefore taking longer to get you in the air.
3.) If the controller tells you that a frequency change is approved, please change frequencies so you are no longer on their aircraft list. (As you can imagine, the list just grows and grows when pilots don’t change frequencies.)
4.) When you are inbound for landing and there is another aircraft close by, slow down as much as possible so that there is adequate separation between your aircraft and the one in close proximity to you. This will allow for smoot operation at the airport and will make it easier on the controller.
5.) Avoid sending dulicate messages. If you are letting the controller know that you are inbound, let them know once. When you continuously send the message, you jam up communications when there is no need for it. Please be patient and continue inbound. Wait for clearance before landing and everything will work out.
If you understand these points and follow them, you will be on your way to fly in the expert server. It’s important to practice good habits on the training server so that they carry over to the expert server. The controllers on the expert server expect you to know these things. If you have any questions, feel free to message me and I should be able to help. If not, I can point you in the right direction.