A Traffic Service provides the pilot with surveillance derived traffic information on conflicting aircraft. No deconfliction advice is passed and the pilot is responsible for collision avoidance.
A Traffic Service contains the information available in a Basic Service. In addition, controllers provide surveillance derived traffic information on relevant conflicting traffic.
In this example video Farnborough Radar gives detailed information about two inbound to London City with a further conflict arising a few minutes after with a similar altitude PA28 whilst in and out of IMC.
More on Traffic Service – Chapter 3 in CAP774.
Oversight & YouTube –
I hope the route I am taking is going to make me a better pilot, and to share with you all the new skills that I hope to learn. Whilst this will be a long road to having the Instrument Rating; I hope I can provide you with an oversight of my progression and as I develop my skill set and airmanship in exclusive videos on my YouTube channel.
I hope to share with you guys in a unique editorial style with me breaking down thoroughly and honestly everything that went wrong from pre-flight, to landing to debrief, what I have learnt from it and what steps I am putting in place to make me a safer pilot in the future. I’ll be using the reference material above along with Standards Document 01 (A) to assist in my endeavours.
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