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Twocky61
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« Reply #375 on: March 21, 2014, 04:37:43 AM »

Live ATC Net is probably the best airband streaming site on line

There are many interesting ATC audio files including the whole fifteen minute audio from the Hudson River landing whereas elsewhere you only hear the main audio from Captain Sully to ATC

One file I have yet to find is the 1hr 30min audio from 9-11 where Cleveland Centre lose contact with the American Airlines flight which subsequently strikes WTC - The entire audio is available on YouTube and the typed transcript running to 45 A4 sheets is available on another site - also on YT is FDNY's audio but obviously that is not ATC related

So a big cheer for LiveATC Net - Thankyou for such a briiliant site

Not to forget the live ATC feeds, I notice Shannon & Dublin Eire are available to stream but no airport in the uk such as London Heathrow or London Gatwick for example - Is the reason this that uk ATC do not release their feeds for online streaming?

Thankyou again for providing Live ATC Net for aviation geeks such as me grin

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« Reply #376 on: March 25, 2014, 05:38:20 PM »

It is technically illegal to listen to UK ATC. However, it is one of those laws rarely or perhaps never enforced judging by the hundreds of spotters who use their airband scanners for personal use. Of course, the authorities would take action if there was a single entity live-streaming transmissions over the 'net.
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« Reply #377 on: April 28, 2014, 12:13:05 AM »

Pilot here.  Not for a living, just privately for my own enjoyment (and money pit...)

This is by far the best site out there for students to learn ATC comm procedures with.  I used it extensively when I was a student.  I listened to Houston approach and Houston Hobby tower if I remember correctly, for hours and hours and hours when I was working on my PPL a few years back.

Thanks!
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« Reply #378 on: May 02, 2014, 04:20:22 PM »



I am a pilot's son - couldn't become a pilot as I am colorblind and can not pass the tests but I am interested in ATC. I listen to KLAS mostly  because I am also interested in Vegas  cool
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« Reply #379 on: June 28, 2014, 02:36:02 AM »

 Hello to all. I'm Jim and new to the site. I'm not involved in the Aviation Industry but have always been interested in it. I've flown quite a bit commercial and military as a passenger when I was younger. I have a brother that has his private pilot's license and a cousin who is a retired Navy pilot.
 I live in the Memphis, TN area and am a casual scanner listener to air traffic control, public safety and some others. I'm a retired stationary engineer of 35 years.
 I look forward to reading here and learning. I probably won't have much to offer or to say unless I have a question, eyes and ears open, mouth shut  smiley. Thanks for having me and y'all take care.
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« Reply #380 on: July 16, 2014, 11:00:03 AM »

I have been an FSS for 19 years now, partially an IFR fan. It always interests me to know how IFR controllers do their shift changes, manage, split/combine their workloads. Also, different FSS stations with varied levels of service and the meteorology aspect too. Once a year if possible, I listen to my own feeds from visiting the adjacent sector and follow the controllers' rotations. That's all for now.


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« Reply #381 on: July 30, 2014, 03:56:04 PM »

I'm the relative of a former (retired) employee at the NTSB.  I find the different ways pilots verbally deal with the stress of emergency situations interesting.
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« Reply #382 on: August 01, 2014, 02:22:23 AM »

Currently a Operations Coordinator for Jetblue airways at their Station Operations Control Center at John F Kennedy International Airport in Terminal 5.  Majored in Aviation/Air Traffic Management.
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« Reply #383 on: August 12, 2014, 10:17:38 PM »

Hi all!
Tell you about myself....retired USAF F-4 crew chief Almost 20 years ago (God, I am old). Did 17 years working the bent wing bug sucker. Just a fan of all you folks, pilots and controllers. I am slowly going through the archives to catch up on all the different situations that have happened and find the discussions very informative. Although, I must admit, when some of you really start with the technical stuff, I am lost. which is ok with me. I will not embarrass myself by asking a dumb question unless it would be relevant embarassed. Unfortunately, almost all of the older stuff, videos and links to the NTSB and FAA and other sites are no longer available to read or watch  cry
I am in Las Vegas, so I listen to KLAS tower and approach and have Flight Aware set to KLAS, but with a 8 to 10 minute delay on the visual depictions and actual ATC audio sucks but I understand the need for security ie the time lag. But is great to watch the landing and departure patterns.
Back in the early 70's, when I was living in Hawaii, I wanted to get my PPL but unfortunately, money was short due to a baby. Got 9 hours on a Cessna 150. Back then it was great doing touch and goes on Ford Island. Ah well, so it goes. Now I am 60 and still have the urge to learn flying but physically can't do it. So I do little flight sims and such.
So safe flying to all and to the controllers, WOW I have a much better understanding what you do and the stress you are under. Hats off to you. Much thanks to LiveATC.net for providing such a great site.
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« Reply #384 on: August 27, 2014, 01:06:05 PM »

I was looking back at the voting options and saw "nervous flyer" and I thought "...the only thing I'm nervous about is missing my flight...and getting airsick."  I'm never getting on plane with rear-mounted engines again...especially if my seat is in the back of the plane.  Sorry, had to say it.
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