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Is there a solution to radio interference?

I don't know if this exists in aviation radios, and it would not help if both operators keyed at precisely the same time, but on many amateur radio transceivers (even $35 Baofengs), there is a feature ...
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Is the green route on the airport chart drawn correctly according to the pilot-tower conversations? I do not think so

It is missing punctuation. "CONTINUE UNTIL LEFT HOLD SHORT FOR M29" should be "CONTINUE UNTIL LEFT-HOLD-SHORT FOR M29" It is a reminder to watch for the holding intersection on the ...
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What does "Except" mean in this ATC request?

It is a typo. That is supposed to say EXPECT FLIGHT LEVEL 280 IN 10 MINUTES. This means Atlasjet 123 is not yet cleared to the new altitude of FL280, but they can expect this clearance in 10 minutes. ...
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How is expected approach time phrased in ATC communications?

In the U.S., ATC would likely use the phraseology "Expect Further Clearance (time)" as opposed to "Expect Approach Clearance" or "Expected Approach Time..." as you say in ...
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How is expected approach time phrased in ATC communications?

An expected approach time shall be transmitted to the pilot in case holding/delay in excess of 10 minutes is expected. Phraseology: a) No delay expected b) Expected approach time (time) c) Revised ...
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How is expected approach time phrased in ATC communications?

One of our controllers may give a better answer, but if an aircraft was expecting to commence an approach on arrival but is instead given holding instructions by ATC, an expected approach time, or ...
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