"Yield for Aircraft Ahead"

I believe this sounds professional than “Give way to aircraft ahead”.

What do you guys think? :)

  • Yes, sounds more professional
  • Undecided
  • No, keep the original
  • What does yield mean? (Reply below if you chose this)

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NORTH AMERICAN
give right of way to other traffic.
Google says its North American. I think more people understand give way than yield.

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Not everyone is a native english speaker. Keep it simple :)

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Most users don’t understand “line up” how would you expect them to understand such a complex command?

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“GIVE WAY TO” is the correct and professional terminology . Yield is not often used outside of North America and there are a few of us from out in the sticks you know…

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I agree with you the only way it would work is if it were only used on advanced but then what’s the point in that

As if people follow over there

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No no no. People at KLAX don’t know what “hold position” is…this will ruin it even more! :)

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Yield sounds like some sort of medieval Battle.

Yield your weapon

actually I might be confused

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You. Are. So. Right.

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You too dush!

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What do you mean, @gamingpilot?

LOL It’s “wield” 😂

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@dush19 this