In part 3 of my aerodrome and radio telephony series, I demonstrate the procedures used when operating from an aerodrome in the UK with full ATC.
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I’ve been busy filming a new mini series, demonstrating aerodrome and radiotelephony procedures in the UK.
In part 2 of this series, I demonstrate the procedures and typical radiotelephony when operating from an AFISO aerodrome in the UK. I visit Wolverhampton Halfpenny Green aerodrome.
I’m pleased to release part 1 in my long-anticipated series which goes behind the scenes at UK aerodromes. In the four episodes, I give real-world examples of what’s involved with flying into and out of various types of aerodrome in the UK, and highlight the differences in procedures.
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