I received a communications from Denver Tower stating I was flying in an active air space. They told me to contact them on 124.30. I don’t show that as an option as I’m too far from Denver Airport.
How do I contact Denver Tower if the option isn’t there.
I don’t want to get a violation. Right now, it doesn’t show Approach Operator, only Ground Operator.
Sounds like you are on the Training Server. If I’m correct take it for what it is as the controller probably logged off. If you are inbound ensure you call out your positions on Unicom and be considerate of traffic in the area.
Thanks. That appears to be what happened. I just didn’t want to get a violation for something I couldn’t respond to. Thanks for the quick reply.
If you are on the Training Server you won’t receive a violation from a controller however the speed rules and guidelines still apply on this server. These are under the control of Infinite Flight rather than the controller. Once you make it to the Expert Server, ATC has the ability to enforce a ghosting if the pilot doesn’t follow commands. Hope this helps ;)
The only time you can get ghosted is on Expert. TS controllers don’t have the power to ghost.
I wasn’t in bound, in fact I was pretty far away at flying at FL310. So I was really confused. Again, to communicate properly, the airport or approach tower has to show up as one of my options to select, correct?
That is absolutely correct. Good controllers on TS and all controllers on Expert Server will know when you are in their radar. Sorry for that inconvenience!
If the frequency is active (manned) by a controller then yes you will be able to contact said frequency whether it be Approach, departure or Tower etc… if there’s no controller then you will only see Unicom for that airspace.
That’s what I thought, it just got to me when I was contacted but I couldn’t respond. Thanks so much for responding. Yes, I was on training server and yes, the controllers are gone now.
That’s the first time I’ve ever been contacted and couldn’t respond. Again, thanks much.
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