Well done to whoever was approach at O’Hare tonight brilliant job and take my hat off to them they was really busy and still kept everything moving! 10/10 well done!
Good job well done my IFATC!
APP was amazing, but I think for realism, controllers (including myself (not IFATC, but soon)) should do a little research on the airport they are controlling
For Example at KORD this is realistically what happens
-28C Heavy Arrivals/Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals
-28R Intersection departures (All Aircraft)
-27L Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals
-27R Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals
-22L Narrow Body Departures/Regional Departures
-10R Offset Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals
-10C Heavy Arrivals/Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals
-10L Intersection departures (All Aircraft)
-09R Narrow Body Arrivals/Regional Arrivals/Narrow Body Departures/Regional Departures
-09L Narrow Body Departures/Regional Departures
-04L Overflow (rarely used) Narrow Body Departures/Regional Departures
well done @JTV !
Earlier today over at Meigs IFATC Ash threw down a good session. Hats off.
As cool as it would be to follow something like this, we just can’t accommodate these types of procedures given the sometimes unrealistic amount of traffic we deal with. When controlling, we just work with whatever is the quickest, smoothest and most efficient way to get everyone off the ground and landing, based on traffic, weather, etc.
Yes you’re right! @sk28 KORD has so many different rwy to use…but it’s nearly impossible to check the aircrafttype and then to decide which rwy I’m going to to use for this aircraft. So we have to keep it simple; especially if there are more than 20 arrivals! We try our best! ;)
Last night you was the man ;) next time your doing approach tag me please would love to do that again with you sometime!
Exactly, especially because there is no real way to tell people to have an intersection departure, so I totally understand.
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