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Old 05-27-2019, 08:20 PM   #21  
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Definitely made up, at no point does the controller call the aircraft multiple times before a response or warn about entering Class B airspace without a clearance.
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Old 05-27-2019, 08:57 PM   #22  
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A King Air?
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Old 05-27-2019, 09:49 PM   #23  
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My God, I hope the boxes aren't judging me as I wear a sweat shirt, and brush crumbs off my chest. Don't want to ruin the profession...
I was a good boy this month and wore my dress shoes instead of my black sneakers, and actually got a haircut. Still need to trim my nose hairs though... No wonder all the Delta pilots look at me when I walk around the DTW terminal... Guess it has nothing to do with the 747 pin on my zipper tie.
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Old 05-28-2019, 07:27 AM   #24  
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Id like to nominate NoLand3. Dude always tries pops in and brags about his cargo gig at Kallita. I dont know how much verification he needs from an anonymous online forum, but hes yet to find it.
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Old 05-28-2019, 08:00 AM   #25  
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My God, I hope the boxes aren't judging me as I wear a sweat shirt, and brush crumbs off my chest. Don't want to ruin the profession...
I was a good boy this month and wore my dress shoes instead of my black sneakers, and actually got a haircut. Still need to trim my nose hairs though... No wonder all the Delta pilots look at me when I walk around the DTW terminal... Guess it has nothing to do with the 747 pin on my zipper tie.
..... ummm.... what?
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My God, I hope the boxes aren't judging me as I wear a sweat shirt, and brush crumbs off my chest. Don't want to ruin the profession...
I was a good boy this month and wore my dress shoes instead of my black sneakers, and actually got a haircut. Still need to trim my nose hairs though... No wonder all the Delta pilots look at me when I walk around the DTW terminal... Guess it has nothing to do with the 747 pin on my zipper tie.
Black sneakers with a pilot uniform, huh? Classy.......
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Old 05-28-2019, 12:23 PM   #27  
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I sense CAP hate... and perhaps a made up story.
Huh? Is that a thing where you're from?

Speaking of irrational outrage, aren't you the guy who called the cops because you got some junk mail you didn't like?
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Definitely made up, at no point does the controller call the aircraft multiple times before a response or warn about entering Class B airspace without a clearance.
Huh? CAP Flt was already in Class B, on a clearance and under positive control and acknowledging clearances with instructions without a readback or a call sign. Was that not obvious? Honestly I was surprised that a controller never reminded them to use their callsign.

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A King Air?
So I looked up some background on this. When I was a young buck, I knew CAP flew lots of 172s and there was also a King Air that used to operate out of my local airport with a Cap Flt callsign. Not being familiar with CAPs fleet, I just assumed that was a normal thing. Turns out private aircraft can operate for CAP with a CAP Flt callsign with prior arrangement. Who knew?

The aircraft in question was cleared to 9000, not an altitude I'm used to hearing 172s at out in the flatlands. If I had to guess now, I'd bet it was a 182 or 206.
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Old 05-28-2019, 12:37 PM   #28  
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CAP has a great and helpful function.

Unfortunately Ive never heard a single one check on without saying with you.

Had a few pilots when I was a CFI come from CAP originally. The first few lessons were all taken up undoing the unprofessional habits taught there.
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Old 05-28-2019, 12:42 PM   #29  
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All tools at the Majors are already Major tools so why another thread?
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Huh? CAP Flt was already in Class B, on a clearance and under positive control and acknowledging clearances with instructions without a readback or a call sign. Was that not obvious? Honestly I was surprised that a controller never reminded them to use their callsign.
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