Come on by for some patterns, it’s very quiet here right now :)
I’ll come along in a E-170.
I’ll come fly a few patterns
Omg I’m so sorry I thought you said Runway 27… I should’ve probably gotten more sleep :/
@Zachary_Meir_Tish sorry about holding you, didn’t want to risk an accident ;-;
No worries. I left because I had some things to take care of and I didn’t want to forget and cause traffic. For EGLC, my suggestion, whenever you can, just use 27. It’s so much easier when it comes to back taxies. Nice work, but use sequencing. Didn’t see any. Also, if you can, use on side, not left and right. Makes it harder to sequence if they’re at different speeds, and even harder if you don’t sequence. PM me if you want any more help or training! Happy controlling!
Thanks for that, that was fun. My landing was really hard at the end, I forgot to flare 😳
I was back taxiing and generated lift…
Henrik told me not to sequence for patterns :)
I saw, viewed everyone’s landings with the free cam ;)
I also had really bad calibration issues on my downwind, I hope you didn’t see that. Also why no sequencing?
I hope no one broke their backs… That would be so funny if I was flying a Ryanair at that time
Sequence always. He may have been referring to a different scenario, but for pretty much every situation, sequence. It’s best for pilots to always know who they’re following. Makes it so much easier on everyone
Oh wait, he just told not to do Pattern entries, and always sequence…
Yep. That would make more sense. Some people use pattern entry for sequencing, but it’s just a pattern entry, which allows you to add a sequencing onto it in one command to keep the frequency less crazy and Siri shuts up faster. Always sequence :)
Love it when that happens 😂
Everyone does. Probably even Siri
@Bulba I said right traffic ._.
I’ll come in a minute