OK. I can't find an explanation for this either in the game manuals or interactive lessons with that comedian bloke Rod ;-) But I've posted the question here because it is a real-life question. I often hear a pilot say to ATC something along the lines : "Bankstown tower, Cessna Alpha Mike November with Hotel..."
Or another example: "Willy tower, Cessna Alpha Mike November with Whiskey requesting taxi for east departure".
What I don't understand are the "with Hotel" and "with Whiskey" bits. I think I've also heard just about every other letter of the phonetic alphabet used as well, Golf and Zulu seeming also to be a popular "choices".
OK, now I don't think for one moment these pilots are either travel industry entrpreneurs or drunk :-lol I'd like to know what these phrases mean and when and why they are used. I hope someone can put my curiosity to rest. Thanks!