Hey IFC! My name is BAK_UOV and I am an IFATC Specialist. I started radar training, and there are still many shortcomings. Feedback is always welcome
Every time it opens, I’ll give you runway information and the approach I want.
Downwind [ 200 - 210 IAS ]
Base [ 180 IAS ]
Always follow the instructions
Terrain bust: If it goes below 1000AGL, please write it in the comments
Separation bust: Remain 3nm horizontal, and 1,000ft vertical distance between other aircraft.
Issue intercepting: Should intercept before the ILS cone begins, at a heading of 30⁰ off or no less than 10⁰
My trainer approved @LesterXavier !
See you on the radar!
Comment if you want to be tag!
When does it open? because it’s kind of late for me
I don’t know exactly. I’ll tag you when I open
Feel free to tag me for your sessions, I’d be happy to help you out!
Hello! You can tag me or find me via discord and I’d be happy to help if it works out at that time for me! I will be applying soon for radar so this would also help me too! Have a great day!
Feedback from B-14CK
- Instructed turn heading that was opposite from runway heading
Although an great experience
Your welcome! See you tommoro!
Super tight initial vector which also came quite late, neared the minute mark with no traffic whatsoever. Instead of a tight 300 degree turn, perhaps you could do a 320 degree turn as i’m an ILS.
Tight crosswind meant that you kept me going on that initial vector, i recieved no downwind turn.
Intercept on my first approach was 10 degrees, it was poorly timed and it should have been 30 degrees. Intercept angle led me to being on the Glideslope which resulted me in calling a missed approach.
I prefer the missed approach vector to be less tight too, 20 degrees to the right would suffice so my downwind width can be standardised. Downwind width and vectors was inconsistent with what i saw today, giving better vectors can help you form a better downwind line.
Tight base turn, should have been 190/200 degrees. Intercept timing was better this time, but a 0 degree intercept. You must not give this intercept in any means, you could have gave me 30 degrees or had you timed it later you could have subsequently reversed me which would still be better than a 0 degree interception.
Handoff was nice.
What let you down was your vectors, they was inconsistent and often too tight. Downwind could not be established on either of my ILS attempts, i’d aim to give a 30/40 degree from the opposite runway for the crosswind turn, then use runway heading for the downwind turn. Using these helps standardise approach, making your life easier. Intercepts need work but you will establish this once you get through your training, remember your progressing. Thanks for having me!
Feedback from N1RK
- very tight downwind on my ILS approach. for ILS, tight downwind won’t be a good idea. why? because once i fully turned to base, i will be late for intercept.
my tips for this one is, loosen up my downwind so i have perfect downwind not too wide or too tight
(15:52:48) could’ve give me clarance on this one, so 130° + clearance instead of just heading
(15:54:12) 4000ft on my intercept was too high. 3000ft would’ve been more appropriate
In this case, when you realized i will be too high what action should you take? you should give another clearance. for example my first clearance is heading 070 + 4000. if you realize it i will be too high, you can give me the same heading clearance but with 1000ft lower (3000ft in this case)
Overall, practice makes perfect! Thanks!
@ItsablacklineYT I will not report you. not to be used here