Almost a Bad Day at Teterboro


Some pilots blindly follow ATC clearances. Good pilots always question ATC clearances, especially those that make no sense. It pays to have some situational awareness.

And question Authority, always!

This pilot should have spoken up sooner if he had questions about the odd heading that was assigned. The next time, that erroneous 180 degree vector could be into the side of a mountain while in IMC conditions.

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2 Responses to Almost a Bad Day at Teterboro

  1. Reinhardt Cyphers says:

    Good Morning ­ Just checking in with you to say thanks for taking the time to write the blog posts! I learn a little every time I read them!

    Hope you have a great weekend.

    Reinhardt

    From: FlightBlog Reply-To: FlightBlog Date: Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 9:50 AM To: Reinhardt Cyphers Subject: [New post] Almost a Bad Day at Teterboro

    WordPress.com bonanza36 posted: “Some pilots blindly follow ATC clearances. Good pilots always question ATC clearances, especially those that make no sense. It pays to have some situational awareness. And question Authority, always! This pilot should have spoken up sooner if he had quest”

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