Unknown aircraft (Easy 1 2 3) in EGLC

I would like to make an apology to who,ever was at EGLC right now in what appeared to be a Cessna. I couldn’t respond to you and eventually got kicked out of my session. Please understand I wanted to respond to you I just couldn’t. Thank you for maintaining a mature and official attitude and just continuing and landing.

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“I hope you could tell by this statement I was acknowledging your presence.”

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is this expert?

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What the hell was that?

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Thank you

Jeff

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Colonel your first comment made me chortle because of the way it is written 😂😂
And yes this was in expert about five minutes ago

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Maybe an aircraft that flew from a region to another? Once you leave a region and fly to another your automatcly seen as “Unknown” to ATC.

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Well it contacted me and everything was normal. Then it vanished and reappeared a minute later like that

Hmmmmmm… I don’t really know then.

It surprised me

To update you guys, that is a server bug. Viewed from a different device, it is normal. You can log out and back in, but that doesn’t always fix it. Best way to do it is to either ghost them or let them do what they need to. If they send a message, click on the flight strip so you don’t get kicked out of the session. That’s put in place to prevent you leaving your device mid-controlling, because there’s no other way to kick you out. If you ghost them, you’ll probably get a complaint. Take a screenshot, so you can remember. The ghost gets reversed and it’s over. That’s all :)

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Thank you @Zachary_Meir_Tish

Treat it like a 7600 sqwauk. Give em room and let them come in.

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That’s something that some controllers do, like me, but even if you do, as soon as they do something they shouldn’t, you have no control, and you have to ghost

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Yeah my plan is to move all traffic out of their way and let them takeoff/land without having to worry.

It happened to me once too. Thankfully, it didn’t interfere with traffic.

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The problem is only solved by ATC working around them.

That’s basically what I did

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