I hear what you say. As long as people know the difference....
As an aside, I am not a fan of “land after” personally - as most read back cleared to land.
Josh wrote:setting a bottom line of how far you’re going to take the approach before throwing it away
You could always say 'judy' (fighter control speak)
chevvron wrote:flybymike wrote:“Land after” may be given by ATC with another aircraft still on the runway subject to certain conditions.
One condition is that the aircraft on the runway is also landing, not departing.
foxmoth wrote:if you have not made your call then he will be busy replying to the other guy and you may miss your opportunity to land/take off.