Bryan Becker
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New Route For Planes?

Fri Mar 23, 2001 12:21 pm

Well I was fishing to day and i was looking to the sky cause i saw herd some planes on there way to Sky Harbor.they were on there way from the north of Arizona.I've never seen them on this route? how often do they change the Arrival route or you just use the one that is right for your Arrival.Do airports change there arrival charts or do they stay the same.And also some of the planes were low,and others were higher than some on the route why do the do that.I just find that realy wierd. Smile


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RE: New Route For Planes?

Fri Mar 23, 2001 1:56 pm

As far as I know ATC has different approach procedures for IFR aircraft depending on where they are coming from. Of course they may have just been vectored that way due to other reasons.

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