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Most* class B airports are surprisingly GA friendly if you are prepared. Martin Pauly has many YouTube videos of flying into class B airports all over the country in his Bonanza. However, there are several challenges your primary training probably didn’t cover or prepare you for. Radio skills As a student, you aren’t even allowed into class B airspace (...


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Short answer; Basically all of them, but for the 7 landing slot airports you might need to pre-arrange your arrival. It really depends what is going on at the airport, how willing you are to pay the fees, and if you feel confident handling the radio chatter as well as some possibly complicated taxi instructions. Pretty much all airports support some kind of ...


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What works for me (and by no means suggests optimality) is having a card close on hand (in this case in our fire truck) with the names in alphabetical order. While talking on the radio it’s easy to refer to the card when necessary, and having read the words out aloud in context they tend to stick. That said, we’re volunteers and don’t get a great deal of ...


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This answer could be viewed as much like this other answer to the same question, but taken one step further. The other answer said Make drawings (it doesn't matter how good you can draw). Use whatever comes to your mind first. For example: for Charly I think of Charly Brown. Well, when I was a kid in middle school, and already quite obsessed with aviation, ...


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The best way is by listening and having software score you. I wrote just such a page here: http://www.qa76.net/npa It's free. No gimicks. It's just something I wrote for fun because I couldn't find anything like it. It has a leaderboard, you can speed it up or slow it down. You can ask for short or long messages. I like to use it during boring meetings ...


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