GalaxyFlyer wrote:While that’s the correct answer, there have been enroute wake incidents, including loss of control, where foreknowledge of “heavy” converging with light or medium wake category planes might have alerted the pilots to offset. Even in a C-5 passing an opposite direction 747 once caused me a memorable roll.
e. When in radio communications with "Air Force One" or "Air Force Two", do not add the heavy designator to the call sign. State only the call sign "Air Force One/Two" regardless of the type aircraft.
TWA772LR wrote:I watched Air Force One land and had Live ATC going. They actually did use "Air Force One heavy" as the call sign; it was the VC-25.
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