Greetings for everyone…
I realized some users including me sometimes complain about the ATC for ghosting for an action we did not commit. Maybe that’s what we think…
So I would love for the ATC to mention the most common mistakes they see that piolts are not aware of. I think this will help me and help others to increase the awareness of the correct procedure.
I hope this topic is helpful.
Thanks in advance for the replies :)
I think you would find this tutorial to be helpful, it has the most common reasons we send send the “CHP” (“check tutorials on the forum for assistance using ATC instructions”) command:
Please check tutorials on the forum for assistance using ATC instructions….
If you are reading this post, because the IFATC referred you to #tutorials great! I do hope you find your answer.
Pilots flying in Expert server, are expected to know how to behave and read and apply the tutorials. If an IFATC sees a pilot making an error, which we don’t expect to see on Expert, she or he will refer the pilot to help pages. And we then hope this pilot actually goes away and does exactly this.
If there is any one member of this community and IFATC that could provide such information, it would be Tim B. A search through his activity would likely yield a plethora of examples due to his experience and his unabashed ability to articulate and identify exactly what flaws may exist, and also provide knowledge to remedy virtually all common mistakes made by new pilots. Good job Tim.
What this is: With long-haul flights bringing more and more pilots to Expert quicker, a simple list of habits picked up on TS that should be left behind.
What this is not: A thread to rehash every nuisance encountered on TS; every picture of a plane passing through another, etc.; a tutorial (those should, however, be read if you’d don’t want your first and second sessions on Expert to be a week apart; as always, this is not a callout thread or a roll call of who ‘does it right’.
Check this link! Tons of great information.
@TheWalkingFruit @lurker @CyLyric @Will_A
Thank you all. This is really helpful 👍
I’m glad you are looking to improve! Its good to see pilots trying their best to become better, especially with Expert Server etiquette!
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