Guest Cralis Posted September 29, 2008 Share Posted September 29, 2008 On an flight on Saturday, coming into Caboolture, A radio call was made from a glider, saying that he was following the Tecnam (us) on the downwind. Fine. But then just before that, there was another call that there was no way in hell anyone could make out. It just got ignored (it seemed). Now, what if that was a call that would have resulted in a conflicting flight path to what we were on? If you hear a call, and can't make out what the broadcaster is saying - what is the mindset/procedure? There were a few that I battled to understand. Now, it's possible they were across at Redcliff, and that's why the quality of the call was so bad, but.. maybe they weren't. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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