You and all of your co-altitude
traffic will still be flying at a pressure altitude of 30,000 feet.
I asked Flight Lead if he had the guy 45 right at 6 nm, co-altitude
Reach also was co-altitude
, which wasn't surprising.
It was co-altitude
with us at about a mile and a hale The pilot slammed the throttles forward and pulled back on the yoke, as I yelled, "Climb, climb, climb
Flying at 27,500 feet, the top of their block of 27,000 to 28,000 feet, the B-1 lead immediately stepped down 500 feet, putting the two aircraft co-altitude
Had we been co-altitude
, we probably would have collided.