"New day, new jet." That is an Air Force Instructor Pilot's standard statement that means the current training scenario is over, and a new one has begun. It is a line of demarcation that reminds student pilots it is time to move on to the next challenging scenario.
It's a new day here at ATCcommunication.com, and the new jet is a metaphor for everything that has changed. First and foremost the look and structure of the website has changed. You don't have to look any further than the homepage to notice the difference.
Looks, as they say, aren't everything. The substance of ATCcommunication.com has changed as well. It's now much easier to find what you are looking for.
If you have questions about a specific radio technique, type it into the search bar. If you are interested in a particular category of radio procedure, IFR or VFR, you'll find that in carefully organized articles and podcasts.
If you don't know what you are looking for, try clicking the green "Start Here" button. That will take you to a sorted menu of problems and their solutions. It's a quick method for finding the answer to a problem that you knew you had but didn't know how to describe.
New day, new jet.