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Sebastien Bartosz

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  1. TCAS RA will always override ATC instructions. The Uberlingen crash in 2002 where 2 aircraft collided mid-air actually highlighted this exact question.
  2. Exactly. And the ''zzzz'' can apply to lots of things. Lets say your aicraft doesnt have an ICAO identifier, you would put ZZZZ in that field with a remark in a similar fashion.
  3. Same in NY area. Lots of routes below 10000 (JFK-PHL for example)
  4. Luckily you can still use the free text editor for FPL validation on the NOP public site.
  5. France low sectors: https://www.cypouz.com/sites/default/files/styles/large/public/article/aeronautique_-_secteurs_de_controle_-_acc.jpg?itok=yWByQZZX France high sectors: https://www.cypouz.com/sites/default/files/styles/large/public/article/aeronautique_-_secteurs_de_controle_-_uac.jpg?itok=PqYMHLjM And from VATFrance: http://www.vatfrance.org/images/image_forum_vatfrance_1546536107_SoP_UIR.jpg
  6. Maybe Pierre ! You might be right After all it was very late! It just seems like that’s a lot of work for just an April 1st joke
  7. NAT High Level Airspace is from FL285-FL420 in this region Check the Transport Canada AIM, there is an entire NAT section. Also includes stuff on polar ops. https://www.tc.gc.ca/media/docomeents/ca-publications/AIM_2018-2_EN-ACCESS.pdf
  8. https://ops.group/blog/tag/clipperton-fir/ http://dca.clipperton-gov.co/
  9. Yes, the ideal would be that everyone has the same winds. (It would help ATC a lot during events). The reality is that users can choose to fly with whatever weather they want, so naturally, you're going to have that discrepancy.
  10. If you look at the top left of the list, there are some buttons for settings where you can define how many in the list you can see
  11. Yea I'm not a fan of the word "transition" in this case for the reasons you stated, I do believe it is US phraseology though. (I'd have to check the 7110.65)
  12. I'll usually say "Maintain Mach .78, 300 knots in the transition" or whatever the speed instruction may be. Unfortunately though, many VATSIM pilots dont understand what that means. Good on you for catching it and asking the question!
  13. Yep same here. Be careful though... this is VATSIM.. people get their pantys in a bunch when you criticize the poor quality of pilots.
  14. Also pay attention to what other people are saying. Id have pilots tell me my mic is garbage, and when asking the other pilots on frequency how I sound, they all said just fine. So it could be on your end too.
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