Am I prepared for IFATC written test?

I read the ATC manual I took the practice test and I do ATC Tracking Threads everyday is this enough to be ready for the written test?

Only time will tell! :)

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Have you watched the YouTube videos produced by infinite flight?

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I can’t find them.

Have you taken the IFATC Practice Written Test?

Watched the ATC Tutorials?

Read The ATC User Guide? https://infiniteflight.com/guide/atc-manual


All of us are here to help you throughout the process! Study up and let us know the results afterwards! You got this dude!

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Any of the ATC videos will help quite a bit to see things more visually than just looking at words. I wish you luck, you can do it. Believe in yourself!

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I passed!

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Practice test I passed on.

All I can say is good luck, I’m in the same position as you are!

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Take the test whenever you feel ready! Take your time, and read carefully. Don’t be like me, I didn’t pass because I didn’t read very carefully.

I recommend you to draw the situations, this will help you a lot.


Great job on the practice! The practice test is more easy than the real one, but it’s very similar.


I wish you the best of luck! 😄

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I got one wrong and it was taxi operation ‘’Southwest 3400 has requested pushback as a taxing CRJ approaches behind and to their left. What is the most appropriate response.

A)Hold Position

B) Give way to aircraft to your left. Pushback approved (My answer)

C)Both A and B (Correct answer)

D) None of the above.

only take the written test when you can non stop get the practice test 100%
Believe me, from experience

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This is the most important part, if you can visualise in your head it’s even better (saves time). Just try to be in the situation.
Good luck :)

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Would you say in infinite flight both A and B?

Or is it wrong?

I would use hold position more because i think some pilots can get confused, but both are correct.

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You can give both, but I recommend you to give pushback clearance in such situations because often you can forget about them

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So you would say give way to aircraft on your left and pushback approved and hold position?

The pilot is at fault there, so don’t worry about it, pushback is a better option

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First give them “give way command” then clear them for pushback. No hold position required if you give them a clearance and give way command

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