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Old January 26th 15, 03:50 PM posted to rec.aviation.ifr
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Default Radio Protocol re "Flight Level"

We just got "climb and maintain 18000" yesterday, which is why I am here now. I content that a clearance to 18000 means using local altimeter, while FL180 would use 29.92.
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Old January 26th 15, 07:07 PM posted to rec.aviation.ifr
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Default Radio Protocol re "Flight Level"

In a previous article, said:
We just got "climb and maintain 18000" yesterday, which is why I am here
now. I content that a clearance to 18000 means using local altimeter,
while FL180 would use 29.92.


ATC is never supposed to assign 18,000'.

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