They’ll generate one for an emergency. We had a SWA make an emergency landing and a J-3 Cub that lost his engine land at Tyndall. It was quite amusing seeing the Cub parked next to F-15’s and F-22’s for a few days before he could leave.I guarantee they didn't have a a PPR number.
It actually "exists" now. For the longest time, it's ICAO was classified and not advertised. It was always in our INS database of the 117. KXTA.When you are fresh out of the military and missed out on all the red flag fun...
"Ah yes Nellis control I wish to divert to your non existent runway in the nevada test site due to weather in LAS"
Janet flys there in their 737 so they must have JP8... lol
Which one was that?You guys burned that bridge. Last time I gave a hint of a backstory you all got your panties in a huge wad
When people thought the girl in the tower at las was having a stroke and it turned out she wasn’t.Which one was that?
You can always PM it too.
It's more for interest than anything else. Because there's always a backstory to incidents like this. Could be something small, or something big, but there's always one.
There's really not. When LAS goes to crap because of WX, you better hope you have enough fuel to go to LAX. If not, you're either landing in Kingman, AZ or Nellis. It can actually be pretty sketchy when LAS starts giving out holding instructions...Man if only there was a suitable commercial airport nearby...
Ahhh I mean Laughlin is like 60 miles away. Sun country operates out of there from time to time so it’s not like it would be out of the ordinary to go there. Though I can’t say I’ve seen that happen too often.There's really not. When LAS goes to crap because of WX, you better hope you have enough fuel to go to LAX. If not, you're either landing in Kingman, AZ or Nellis. It can actually be pretty sketchy when LAS starts giving out holding instructions...