HOLDING PATTERN & TEARDROP ENTRY REMARKABLY EXPLAINED

A holding pattern is nothing more than a big oval formed in a race-track shape that is designed to keep an aircraft in a specified space for a specified amount of time. A holding pattern can be published on either airway charts or terminal charts or can be unpublished, and specified by the air traffic controller. Watch the video (from 1’49 »):

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Heavily-striped pilot on enormous traffic pattern

…or how to learn with humor – watch the video:

Special thanks to DeltaDart48 for stumbling upon this video starring Paul Bertorelli in this « flying lesson ». By the way, who sells such stripes on E-bay?

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Navigation thanks to Los Angeles VHF omnidirectional range (LAX VOR)

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Let’s play on Valentine’s Day!

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COLORED PHRASES

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