Do you have experience working with radar control? It appears you already fly out of a controlled airfield so if you haven't yet radar control is no biggie. Upon initial contact, give approach control your altitude and reference to a ground checkpoint (thing on the sectional with the flag) along with the information you normally give to the controlling agency upon initial contact, and they'll probably first give you a squawk code then ask you to ident. When they ident you they'll ask you to verify altitude hoping you read it within 300' of theirs. If not they'll simply ask you to stop altitude squawk and ask you for altitudes when there might be impending traffic or whenever they feel necessary. Other than that, just expect to fly headings and stay above altitudes they give you, then when they hand you off to CT
, I found it's just like operating in D airspace. They'll pretty much sequence you and tell you how to enter the traffic pattern and land. If on the ATIS they tell you to use clearance delivery as a VFR aircraft (provided you're stopping to get fuel), call them up on the transceiver and inform them of destination airport and altitude, then they'll probably give you a squawk code, initial altitude, and dep. frequency. After that, contact ground and you'll pretty much be told what to do from there. Also, Y70 seems like a small airport so you should be up on your pilotage to find that airport. You could always cross-reference VOR's if you can't find the airport. I don't know if there's self-serve fuel there, but I found it a hassle to use it as opposed to having someone pump fuel from a truck. If possible, I'd suggest planning for fuel at KMBS unless you'd really like to save money. In that case, Y70 will do, just expect to bring a credit card. Other than that, there's really not much more on my head. Tell us how it goes after you make the trip
BTW, if any of my thoughts are screwed up, feel free to toss a brick at my head anyone
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