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« Reply #15 on: February 18, 2010, 10:02:47 PM »

You guys are awesome! i was wondering about 132.4, the ATIS? will it be broadcast at all?

I'm not sure if the ATIS will be worth it. It completely depends on the wind and the velocity of the wind to determine runway configuration. As there are 6 of them, with #1 and #3 used the most (save the summer), it's easier to call the ATIS.

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We generally do not broadcast ATIS, especially for airports where the ATIS or AWOS can be called via telephone.  If a volunteer really wants to do it, we carry it, no problem.
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« Reply #16 on: February 22, 2010, 03:26:06 AM »

You guys are awesome! i was wondering about 132.4, the ATIS? will it be broadcast at all?

I'm not sure if the ATIS will be worth it. It completely depends on the wind and the velocity of the wind to determine runway configuration. As there are 6 of them, with #1 and #3 used the most (save the summer), it's easier to call the ATIS.

BL.

Oh, my. I didn't even know I could call LAS' ATIS. Thanks for the tip.  grin
We generally do not broadcast ATIS, especially for airports where the ATIS or AWOS can be called via telephone.  If a volunteer really wants to do it, we carry it, no problem.
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