Read Dan Browns columns over Avweb.com This is not a new problem has existed for a while.
i didn't think it was anything new...just funny...the ghosts of meigs past...
Yeah, maybe they can't find anywhere to land.
the chicago triangl
Ever read the book TRACON? Besides being mostly fake, the book talked about "ghost" airplanes....it is due to outdate equipment, crazy stuff really.
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false targets...that's just not a problem at Chicago, they're everywhere. I've dealt with them...it's from out of date equipment, weather...
I'm a little confused about this part-
"The radar complaints come as controllers raise concerns about the FAA’s plans to speed air traffic at O’Hare using controversial spacing and landing procedures. Under the plans, the FAA could resume testing a procedure as early as next month that stacks arriving planes vertically around O’Hare’s airspace. The planes would have to be at least 1,000 feet apart. Arrivals now are usually single-file."
Can somebody explain to me either in words or visually what that new FAA system is, as it sounds like an interesting concept.
Here's one from us on the East Coast.
Uh oh! *is scared*
lol, I bet it's the ghost of christm... meigs past. lol :P