Ok. Thanks for all the help and tips!
Here is an awesome guide to creating your own tracking thread! They are a very helpful tool when looking to become IFATC.
Unfortunately, when you get people’s elephant don’t listen, there isn’t much you can do about it
Here are some suggestions: if you go to the miscellaneous menu in air traffic control you’ll usually find a button that says disregard flight plan, please follow ATC instructions. Depending on the scenario that button works a lot for me. If it doesn’t work there’s not really much you can do except for reporting the user name to the infinite flight community.
Thanks for the help everyone! I think I will be opening up at PSP soon! :)
Feel free to tag me when you open and I’ll try to stop by. Best of luck to you with the your recruitment!
Ok thank you! I will practice for these next few days before applying.
It’s actually recommended to start the recruitment process before opening up a tracking thread. You don’t have to immediately take any tests, allowing you to practice a lot first.
ok. Maybe i’ll apply later today
Awesome, hope to see you in the expert server control tower soon! The thing is — when you take a test or are just controlling in general, don’t be scared. Even if you’re calm and focused, you make mistakes. But if you’re scared of making mistakes, you’re going to make more mistakes. Don’t be worried or scared, and take it easy, because mistakes are how we learn things — your whole career won’t be over because of one slip-up. So go out there, make some mistakes, you’ll be better than if you were perfect from the beginning. Also, remember to practice and train — get help if you need it. It’ll help you be the best controller you can be.
Thank you! I am currently opened up at PSP rn!
I won’t be able to come this time, but next time you open up I’ll see if I can come. Feel free to tag me next time!
ok. Sounds good. Thanks for all the help.
No problem, anytime!
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