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Altitude for landing clearance (ATC-SIM)

submitted by Broadway to /forum/atc-sim

From the instructions I read

Landing FlightID L [runway]

  • Arrivals must be within 3,000 ft of ground level to accept a landing clearance.

as well as

Landing clearances will only be accepted if the ACTUAL heading of the airplane is within +/- 60 degrees of the runway centerline (for 27R / 27L, this is 270) and the ACTUAL altitude is 2,000 ft (or close enough to this value to intercept the approach glide-slope).

What is correct - or is there a difference?

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jlink 0 points

Ah, sorry. It's within 3,000 ft of ground level. I'll get that sentence fixed.

Broadway 0 points

Ah ok fine, thank you!