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Let's start this thread with this one:

19.06.2018 Denver Center:
Pilot: Tornado off our left
Controller: Thanks for the report, that is about 15 miles east of my house!

At SFO EVA-Air was unable to takeoff 28R but 28L was fine, which puzzled both controller and pilots.

28R is longer than 28L and even the obstructions should be a tiny bit better that is why it is a regular occurence for pilots to ask for 28R.
Not this time though and EVA-Air was lucky they were just closing 28R and opening 28L after some nightly repairs.
I guess they could have used a new METAR for the 28L calculation with slightly better winds and 1 degree celcius colder, but apart from that i have no idea.
Anyway i guess they were very heavy.

Pertinent METARs: (actual time of departure 0854Z, but this is what they would have based their calculations on)
SA   30/06/2018 07:56->   
METAR KSFO 300756Z 29007KT 10SM CLR 17/09 A2986 RMK AO2 SLP110
           T01720094 402610144=
SA   30/06/2018 06:56->   
METAR KSFO 300656Z 31008KT 10SM CLR 18/10 A2986 RMK AO2 SLP111

I love these. Please keep posting them.

A short clip from June 2018:

Melbourne ATC query SQ247 following an unapproved speed reduction on descent.

Recorded earlier this week:

A passenger presents with a medical issue onboard Jetstar 700 from Hobart to Melbourne.


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