Composing with navaid idents

I need to reward (and re-word) myself with a bit of silliness, after roughing in the first navaid pages on OurAirports, so here is a sentence made up entirely of valid navaid identifiers, with one small cheat at the end:

BUT IT IS ART, AS ANY OLD CAT OR DOG CAN SEA.

Does anyone have any better ones?

(This would be more fun with fixes and airport idents as well. Maybe in a future posting …)

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2 Responses to Composing with navaid idents

  1. Paul Tomblin says:

    How about the RNAV-16 approach into Pease in Portsmouth NH: ITAWT ITAWA PUDYE TATT, with missed approach fix IDEED.

  2. Julien says:

    In Australia they did it the other way around: Waltzing Matilda was used for naming a series of waypoints off the coast of Western Australia. I made a post about it here.

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