"A climbing aircraft in 10 NM
should be way to high than an aircraft at 10 NM
on an approach.There are SID's(standart instrument departures) generally that the departing aircraft follows and SID's shouldn't bring departing and arriving aircraft into collision courses." WING, I Know what SIDs are STARs are WING. I'm a trainee private pilot(At Barton)
. Anyway what are "Standart Instrumental Departures"
Maybe No2 a/c was descending into another a/p.
Thanks for the comments anyway, Much appreciated. BTW The town of Wigan was named after a man who owned a barbers shop in the centre of town, Who made wings. I forget the whole of the story, Studied it in History one time!
Anyway can we get a list off all the A.net members who live near Atherton or Bolton(Gtr Manchester), Maybe we could have a meet at MAN
G-PATI-"G-PATI, Back inbound to Barton"MCT APR-"G-PATI, Continue, Keep lookout on VFR traffic"