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  3. Hello and welcome to everyone interested in the Ukraine Division of POSCON! I have created this forum to explore the possibility of releasing a division for Ukraine during beta testing. The only way we will release with this division is if enough people show interest, so get all your friends to join this club and make sure that they stay active! If there is enough interest and discussion, we will devote our resources to creating the necessary infrastructure. We are going to need your help though with sector file construction and writing procedures! If you have any interest in helping us write this material, please email [email protected] Привіт і ласкаво просимо до всіх зацікавлених в Україні відділення POSCON! Я створив цей форум, щоб вивчити можливість випуску поділу для України під час бета-тестування. Єдиний спосіб, який ми будемо випускати з цим підрозділом, - це, якщо достатньо людей проявляють інтерес, тому змусити всіх своїх друзів приєднатися до цього клубу і переконатися, що вони залишаться активними! Якщо буде достатньо інтересу та обговорення, ми приділятимемо наші ресурси створенню необхідної інфраструктури. Ми потребуватимемо вашої допомоги, незважаючи на процедуру побудови та написання файлів сектору! Якщо ви зацікавлені в допомозі в написанні цього матеріалу, будь ласка, напишіть нам на адресу [email protected]
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  6. I completely agree with you @Ryan S. and in my own personal sim flying I'll do a full readback of an IFR clearance every time, unless specifically requested not to by the controller. And I also completely agree that it's probably kind of a dumb idea not to do that, usually. However, the question posed above was what is actually required, and there is a distinction there.
  7. Tune into any clearance frequency and I doubt you'll hear 'Roger' as a pilot read back for clearance. You are correct, pilots SHOULD read back the 'numbers', they MAY acknowledge the instruction with 'roger'. (2-4-3a). The AIM says the same thing (4-4-7). The one restriction is altitudes specifically stated by the controller must be read back. It's more about clear communication than anything, and avoiding expectation bias as AJ mentions above.
  8. @Ryan S. is that "near'universal accepted best practice" or actually required by FARs? http://imgur.com/HJYFATT
  9. I've seen it where PDCs only require a squawk read back. For verbal read backs it usually either a full read back or an abbreviated one (as AJ mentions earlier), but never just the squawk (unless the controller tells you). (United States Operations)
  10. It is a written policy.
  11. Neither. Most places on VATSIM (including Canada where I control) will require a full readback unless explicitly stated otherwise.
  12. @Andrew Is that a written policy, or just something that as been unofficially adapted?
  13. At Least for VATSIM, they only require a squawk code readback, unless they amend your clearance - then a full readback is required.
  14. Minimum flaps for landing on an Airbus is 3, max flaps are rarely not used, and the aircraft is usually super light if the flaps are positioned at 3.
  15. Andrew H.

    ATC Software

    @Bryan V. That is not a possibility, sorry
  16. Bryan V.

    ATC Software

    is there a posibility to get the software to test the sector files?
  17. Andrew H.

    ATC Software

    @Alejandro O.
  18. Alejandro O.

    ATC Software

    What is the road map for poscon?
  19. Andrew H.

    ATC Software

    Custom software - derived from Euroscope though.
  20. Hey guys, found this on YT. I don't know what it's worth though:
  21. Hey onwijs leuk dat de groep aan het groeien is. Is er al een update of er meer gedaan gaat worden en zo ja wat er allemaal al klaar is? mvg Bryan V.
  22. Bryan V.

    ATC Software

    Dear Poscon, What sort of ATC software will be used for ATC in the network? Sincerely Bryan V.
  23. Hey man That is indeed a great idea, I believe this is already implemented within avaition. Here is the site of EASA which explains it: https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2009/08/easa-certifies-new-autopilot-flight-director-tcas-mode-for-a380.html Sincerely Bryan V.
  24. Ciao a tutti, all'FSEXPO 2019 è stato ufficialmente pubblicato una sorta di calendario, che il fondatore di POSCON, Andrew Heath, ha pubblicato a questo link. Cosa viene detto? Semplice. Il network dovrebbe partire effettivamente, secondo i piani previsti, approsivamente dopo 1 anno dalla fase 1 della Beta su invito. La fase 1, come detto nel topic a cui vi rimando, è prevista per il periodo fine autunno inverno di quest'anno. Coinvolgerà tra le 500 e 1000 persone, e vedrà effettuati i test molto probabilmente solo in alcune aree, visto che il topic originale riporta in merito alla copertura ATC, che sarà fatta solo sulle aree con dati raccolti a sufficienza. La fase 2 aumenterà il numero di utenti coinvolti nel test con un numero compreso tra le 1000 e 2000 persone. Vorrei sottolineare, che come da quanto riportato nel topic inglese, sia la fase 1 che la fase 2 sono indicate con lo status : Ciò significa che se lo sviluppo procede bene e anche prima del previsto, tali fasi saranno anticipate rispetto al periodo che vedete indicato sul forum. Ulteriori info saranno di sicuro rilasciate dallo staff del network. Vi aggiorneremo nel caso.
  25. Buon giorno a tutti, qua Andrea. Sto collaborando da tempo con altri utenti, allo sviluppo della divisione Italiana di Positive Control (POSCON). Tuttavia, vorrei informarvi che a causa di un cambiamento dei server, è stato notato dallo staff del network che alcuni utenti dovrebbero rifare la registrazione per confermare la loro appartenenza inserendo di nuovo la stessa mail che avete già usato in passato per iscrivervi al forum. Se vedete sul sito di poscon :Cliccate qua che nel rifare la registrazione, il sito vi riporta un errore e la mail è già stata usata, vuol dire che il vostro account non ha avuto conseguenze in merito; di conseguenza siete già dentro al database del network. Un topic in merito è stato rilasciato da Andrew Heath qua, potete leggere il topic originale qua.
  26. I think the A350 and B787 might already have this feature, not 100% sure though.
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