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« on: May 16, 2005, 04:49:35 PM »

Im sure some of you have seen the feed is up, I ran this feed back in the fall 04'. It started in September, then I couldnt keep it up. So I decided to take it down, it's now up and should be a full- time feed now. There are a few changes now, I since have been able to pick up the PTW 92 and DQO 18. I will be working on my coax to improve the reception on the MXE 25 and DQO 18 sectors. If anyone wants to know the flows for these sectors just let me know and I'll post what each sector does.

I know one person will be thankful for this feed, Mike aka NYARTCCFAN. Isn't that right Mike  Cheesy

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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2005, 05:04:10 PM »

dont you know it Cheesy
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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2005, 05:39:29 PM »

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Im sure some of you have seen the feed is up, I ran this feed back in the fall 04'. It started in September, then I couldnt keep it up. So I decided to take it down, it's now up and should be a full- time feed now. There are a few changes now, I since have been able to pick up the PTW 92 and DQO 18. I will be working on my coax to improve the reception on the MXE 25 and DQO 18 sectors. If anyone wants to know the flows for these sectors just let me know and I'll post what each sector does.

I know one person will be thankful for this feed, Mike aka IndustrialScan. Isn't that right Mike  Cheesy

Enjoy,
      Ed


Glad to see it up Ed.  I'm glad I was able to help you get it all setup.  It's hard since many people have different sound cards and comp. setups in general...well after many hours of hard work we both got it up!  Cheesy

Let me know if ya need anything,

Jason (HN)
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« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2005, 10:16:53 AM »

I was wondering if you have a map of the ZNY sectors or know of a link to one. I've been looking all over the web for one with no luck. Thanks.

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« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2005, 11:59:16 AM »

Ok, I'll get one up then. FYI, I locked MXE 25/ DQO 18. I found that interference to be to much, sometime today I'm gonna re crimp my coax and those sectors should be better.
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« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2005, 02:36:51 PM »

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I locked MXE 25/ DQO 18.


This is a great feed, excellent reception on 134.60/132.10/124.625. Personally I think it would be better if you left MXE25/DQO18 locked out and only monitored 132.60/132.10/124.625. The traffic volume is quite high and by adding any more it just makes it impossible to follow the flow. They way you have it now, with just those 3 works out nice. Just my 2 cents.

Thanks for the feed !

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« Reply #6 on: May 17, 2005, 04:08:31 PM »

Well 135.45 is important because 132.1/ 134.6 deal with this sector alot for the BWI/IAD/DCA Arrivals, you'll hear 34.6 handing off to them alot. 132.52 isn't so important to ZNY's flow. Yet it's all the Dylin2 arrivals into EWR and sometimes Korry3 arrivals into LGA. However I will keep them locked as requested until I can get them to the same strenght as the other 3 sectors.

124.62 is good listening after 9pm EST. They group 134.8, 124.9, 133.5 along with 124.62. So he'll run any thing that's low altitude anywhere near the west along ZOB's border. And you'll hear Milton3 Arrivals into LGA, Willamsport1 Arrivals into EWR, Spuds/ Slatt 1 Arrivals into PHL (Always controls them). Among those flows a slew of late night arrivals/departures at Willamsport, State College, University Park, Allentown, Wilkes Barre etc...

134.6 is anything heading for J75, J230 for the south or west. Anything for the west or south out of the Kennedy 9 Dep, Brezy Point climb, heading to RBV deals with the ARD55 sector. Liberty Departure hands traffic off as they are climbing to 17000. Late at night this can be grouped with the JFK56 running CAMRN4 arrivals into kennedy, don't be surprised if you hear crossing restrictions, but not the pilot as they are on 125.325.

132.1 is all EWR departures for J6, J64, headin west to Eliot, Parke. Also handles southwest bound flows of IAD, DCA, BWI traffic. Anytime you hear European Heavies, they are on this freq descending on the Delro 1 into IAD. (i.e. AFR024, VIR021, BAW293/ 217, DLH414). After hours this is normally grouped with 134.6, but most of the time actually never used after hours.


EDIT: One thing I shall add, is that 132.1 is a birde freq in my scanner. Of course it has to be that one out of like 400 freqs that I can get. So you will hear a light static on that frequency. That will have to be until I get a base scanner.
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« Reply #7 on: May 17, 2005, 04:28:23 PM »

HAHA, the german lady is working ARD55. You may hear her once in a while, she is training in Area B. Sometimes you will hear a older man on the frequency, like if someone has a question about routing. You should hear her, she can get annoying.... "Rogah". "Comair two ah twenty one, climb and ah maintain ah Flight Level two two zero"
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« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2005, 07:24:58 PM »

Thanks for the info. I'm trying to put together a detailed database for as many sectors as I can.

This is what I have so far for 132.10/134.60/124.625

132.100 New York

EWR/LGA departures via ELIOT/PARKE climbing 11000-16500 for 17000 or at 17000
- via ELIOT.J80/PARKE.J6, direct LARRI/LRP, to FL300+, to 133.475 New York
- via ELIOT.J60, direct DIMMO, to FL300+, to 132.875 New York

IAD arrivals via J6.LRP descending FL340-FL310 for FL280 or at FL280
- HOUTN at FL200, (or 30N LRP at FL200), direct LRP/HOUTN, to 133.675 New York

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134.600 New York

JFK departures via RBV climbing 15000-16000 for 17000 or at 17000
- via RBV.J230, to FL280, to 134.325 New York
- via RBV.V276.HIKES.HOUTN, to FL180, to 132.100 New York = IAD

LGA/EWR departures via LANNA/BIGGY climbing 11000-16500 for 17000 or at 17000
- to FL300+, to 134.325 New York

BWI arrivals via J75.MXE at FL280
- to FL190, (or 10 north of MXE at FL190), to 135.450 New York

DCA arrivals via J75.MXE
- via CMK decending FL300-FL290 for FL280, direct MXE
- via BIGGY climbing 16000 for 17000, to FL220, direct COPES/MXE = LGA
- to 135.450 New York

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124.625 New York

PHL departures via PTW climbing 11500-12500 for 13000 or at 13000
- to 17000, to 132.875 New York
- to 16000, to 133.500 New York = ITH

PHL turboprop departures via PTW
- at 10000 = UNV

PHL arrivals via LVZ.SLATT1 descending 14000 for 12000
- SPUDS at 11000, to 128.400 Philadelphia Approach

AVP departures via LVZ.V106.SEG.PSB at 8000
to ?, to 133.500 New York = ATL

ABE departures via ETX at 8000
- to 17000, to 133.675 New York

ABE turboprop departures via ETX.V30.PSB at ?
- to ?, to 134.800 New York = PIT

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To go along with the above I also have a detailed route database. As an example this is what I have for EWR departures via ELIOT, to ...

MDW: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.GSH.GSH3.MDW FL300+
DEN: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.IOW.J10.LBF.SAYGE5.DEN FL300+ COA
LAS: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.BCE.GRNPA1.LAS FL300+
IND: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.EMPTY.DQN.CLANG5.IND FL260 BTA
PIT: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.VINSE.NESTO2.PIT FL260 BTA
CMH: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.AIR263.BREMN.CMH FL300 COA
MCI: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.CAP.BQS2.MCI FL300+ BTA
XNA: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.STL.J8.SGF.XNA FL300+ BTA
OKC: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.STL.J8.SGF.J98.TUL.TRUMP5.OKC FL300 BTA
PHX: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.SHB.COWES.ICT.LVS.ZUN.BUNTR1.PHX FL300+ BTA
LAX: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.CAP.ALS.PGS.MITTS2.LAX FL300+ COA

etc. etc. etc.

It's a work in progress and hardly complete. I don't know if anyone else is interested in such detail, but it would be handy to have a reference like the above for as many sectors as possible.

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« Reply #9 on: May 17, 2005, 08:00:36 PM »

Thats really good, here check this out. Download the Center SOP's at the bottom. http://www.nyartcc.org/atc/facility/menu.htm

BTW, I love those routes. Maybe you would be interested in helping vZNY get our preferred routings up to date.
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« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2005, 10:44:52 PM »

Go Ed tell em Ed   Excellent detail. Ed knows his sectors gang. I can vouch for that. Er Jetscan1 I mean but not to diminish your knowledge Ed. You rock
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« Reply #11 on: May 18, 2005, 09:49:55 PM »

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check this out. Download the Center SOP's at the bottom.


Thanks for the link !

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I love those routes. Maybe you would be interested in helping vZNY get our preferred routings up to date.


Sure, I'd be happy to send you what I have. I've been concentrating on those 3 sectors, 134.60/132.10/124.625. Below is an update on what I have so far. Still a work in progress.

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132.100 New York

EWR/LGA departures via ELIOT/PARKE climbing 14000-16900 for 17000 or at 17000
- via ELIOT.J60, direct DIMMO, to FL300+, to 132.875 New York = CLE,CAK,MDW,MSP,OMA,DEN,LAS,LAX
- via ELIOT.J80, direct ETX/LARRI, to FL300+, to 133.475 New York = IND,PIT,CMH,DAY,MCI,OKC,XNA,TUL,PHX,LAX
- via PARKE.J6, direct LRP, to FL300+, to 133.475 New York = IAD,CVG,BNA,MEM,DFW,LAS,LAX,SAN

IAD arrivals via J6.LRP/PARKE
- via PARKE.V457.LRP climbing 14000-16900 for 17000 or at 17000 = EWR,LGA
- via J6.LRP descending FL340-FL281 for FL280 or at FL280 = BDL,MHT,BTV,PWM,NAT
- to FL200 or HOUTN at FL200 or 30N LRP at FL200, direct LRP/HOUTN, to 133.675 New York

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134.600 New York

LGA/EWR departures via LANNA/BIGGY climbing 15000-16900 for 17000 or at 17000
- to FL300+, to 134.325 New York
- via LANNA.J48, direct PTW = BHM,HSV,MSY,HOU,IAH,AUS,SAT
- via BIGGY.J75, direct COPES/MXE = BWI,DCA,GSO,CLT,GSP,CAE,MSY,JAX,TPA,MCO,SRQ,RSW,MIA

JFK departures via RBV climbing 15000-16900 for 17000 or at 17000
- via RBV.J230.SAAME.J6, direct SAAME, to FL300+, to 134.325 New York = CVG,MEM,DFW
- via RBV.J230.BYRDD.J48, direct BYRDD, to FL300+, to 134.325 New York = ATL,IAH
- via RBV.J230.AIR, to FL300+, to 134.325 New York = IND,STL,SFO,LAX
- via RBV.COPES.J75, to FL300+, to 134.325 New York = MSY,TLH,MLB,MCO,RSW
- via RBV.J64, direct PSB, to 132.100/127.175(fast climbers) New York = SLC
- via RBV.V276.HIKES.HOUTN, to FL180/FL190, direct HIKES, to 132.100 New York = IAD

BWI arrivals via J75.MXE/BIGGY, to 135.450 New York
- via CMK.J75.MXE descending FL320-FL281 for FL280 or at FL280
- to FL190 or 10N MXE at FL190 or 20N MXE at FL180 or COPES at FL180 = ALB,BOS,MHT
- via BIGGY climbing 15000-16900 for 17000 or level 17000, to FL180 = EWR
- turboprop via BIGGY.V3.MXE climbing for 14000, to 16000 = LGA

DCA arrivals via J75.MXE/BIGGY, to 135.450 New York
- via CMK.J75.MXE decending FL315-FL281 for FL280, direct MXE, to 15N MXE at FL220 = BOS,MHT,ALB,BTV,PWM
- via BIGGY climbing 16000-16900 for 17000 or at 17000, to FL220, direct COPES/MXE = LGA

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124.625 New York

PHL departures via PTW climbing 12000-12900 for 13000 or at 13000
- via PTW.PTW320.J64, to 17000, to 132.875 New York = ERI,ROC,BUF,CLE,YYZ,DTW,GRR,ORD,MDW,SEA
- via PTW.PTW320.V499, to 16000, to 133.500 New York = ITH

PHL turboprop departures via PTW
- to UNV, at 10000, direct RAV, to 134.800 New York
- to AVP, at 10000
- to ELM, climbing 10400 for 12000, to 14000, to 128.500 New York
- to IPT, direct IPT

PHL arrivals via LVZ.SPUDS1/SLATT1 descending 14000-13500 for 12000
- SPUDS at 10000/11000, to 128.400 Philadelphia Approach = AVP,ITH,MHT,SYR,BTV,YOW,YUL
- holding: NW SPUDS 11000/12000 RT

ABE departures via PSB climbing 6000-7900 for 8000 or at 8000
- to 17000, to 133.675 New York = CVG

ABE turboprop departures
- via ETX.V30.PSB, to 10000, to 134.800 New York = PIT CJC(SF34)

ABE arrivals, to 124.450 Allentown Approach
- via ETG.J146.MIP.MIP117.KRAZE.FJC = CLE
- via HGR.V377.HAR.V162.DUMMR = ATL

AVP departures via LVZ.V106.SEG.PSB at 8000
- to 133.500 New York = ATL

AVP turboprop departures via PSB climbing 5500 for 8000
- = PIT

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Full Routings
- traffic transitioning above 3 sectors

LGA departures:

CLE: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.PSB.PSB292060.YNG.CXR.CLE FL300
CAK: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.PSB.PSB292060.YNG.V72.ACO.CAK FL300+ TRS
MSP: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.DJB.J34.CRL.PMM.J70.BAE.EAU8.MSP FL300 NWA
DEN: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.DJB.BVT.IRK.PWE.J130.MCK.HCT.PUB.LARKS5.DEN FL300+ UAL

PIT: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.VINSE.NESTO2.PIT FL260 USA
CMH: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.BREMN2.CMH FL260
IND: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.EMPTY.CLANG5.IND FL300+ CHQ/FLG
STL: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.VHP.VLA5.STL FL300+ AAL
MCI: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.CAP.BQS2.MCI FL300+ AAL

IAD: PARKE.V457.LRP.DELRO.HYPER1.IAD FL200 (FL190/ATC)
SDF: PARKE.J6.YOCKY.DARBY3.SDF FL300+ CHQ
MEM: PARKE.J6.BWG.WLDER4.MEM FL300+ NWA
XNA: PARKE.J6.HVQ.J78.PXV.RZC.XNA FL300+ EGF
DEN: PARKE.J6.HVQ.J78.PXV.VIH.HYS.J24.OATHE.DANDD5.DEN FL300+ UAL
DFW: PARKE.J6.LIT.BYP5.DFW FL300+ AAL

BHM: LANNA.J48.MOL.J22.VXV.VUZ.BHM FL280 COM
IAH: LANNA.J48.CSN.MOL.PSK.VUZ.JAN.AEX.DAS6.IAH FL300+ COA
HOU: LANNA.J48.MOL.J22.VUZ.JAN.AEX.ROKIT7.HOU FL300+ AAL
MSY: LANNA.J48.MOL.J22.MEI.RYTHM3.MSY FL300+ AAL

DCA: BIGGY.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA FL220
GSO: BIGGY.J75.GVE.LYH.HENBY2.GSO FL260/FL300 CHQ/COM
CAE: BIGGY.J75.CAE FL300+ COM
CLT: BIGGY.J75.GVE.LYH.MAJIC9.CLT FL300+ USA
MSY: BIGGY.J75.GVE.J37.SJI.SLIDD2.MSY FL300+ USA

EWR departures:

MDW: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.GSH.GSH3.MDW FL300+
OMA: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.IOW.J10.DSM.OVR.OMA FL300+ BTA
DEN: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.IOW.J10.LBF.SAYGE5.DEN FL300+ COA/FFT
LAS: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.BCE.GRNPA1.LAS FL300+
LAX: ELIOT.DIMMO.J60.DJB.BVT.IRK.J96.DRK.J231.TNP.PDZ4.LAX FL300+ UAL

IND: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.EMPTY.DQN.CLANG5.IND FL260 BTA
PIT: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.VINSE.NESTO2.PIT FL260 BTA
CMH: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.AIR263.BREMN.CMH FL300 COA
DAY: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.APE.DANEI1.DAY FL300+ BTA
MCI: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.CAP.BQS2.MCI FL300+ BTA
XNA: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.STL.J8.SGF.XNA FL300+ BTA
OKC: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.STL.J8.SGF.J98.TUL.TRUMP5.OKC FL300+ BTA
TUL: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.J110.STL.J8.SGF.VINTA2.TUL FL300+ BTA
PHX: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.SHB.COWES.ICT.LVS.ZUN.BUNTR1.PHX FL300+ BTA/AWE
PHX: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.VHP.BUM.LVS.ZUN.BUNTR1.PHX FL300+ COA
LAX: ELIOT.KIPPI.J80.AIR.CAP.ALS.PGS.MITTS2.LAX FL300+ COA

IAD: PARKE.V457.LRP.DELRO.HYPER1.IAD FL200 BTA
CVG: PARKE.J6.COLNS.J134.HNN.SWEED7.CVG FL300+
BNA: PARKE.J6.YOCKY.GUITR3.BNA FL300+ BTA
MEM: PARKE.J6.BWG.WLDER4.MEM FL300+ FDX
DFW: PARKE.J6.LIT.BYP5.DFW FL300+ COA
LAS: PARKE.J6.BWG.ARG.TUL.J78.ABQ.J72.PGS.TYSSN1.LAS FL300+ AWE
LAS: PARKE.J6.HVQ.J78.FAM.SGF.LBL.LVS.ZUN.DRK.J11.NAVHO.PGS.KADDY1.LAS FL300+ COA
LAX: PARKE.J6.HVQ.SGF.LVS.DRK.TNP.PDZ4.LAX FL300+ COA
SAN: PARKE.J6.HVQ.J78.FAM.J112.BUM.J19.LVS.J18.IPL.BARET4.SAN FL300+ COA

AVL: LANNA.J48.MOL.SUG.AVL FL280 BTA
ATL: LANNA.J48.MOL.MACEY2.ATL FL300+ DAL/COA
HSV: LANNA.J48.MOL.J22.VXV.RQZ.HSV FL300+ BTA
IAH: LANNA.J48.CSN.MOL.PSK.VUZ.JAN.AEX.DAS6.IAH FL300+
AUS: LANNA.J48.MOL.VUZ.JAN.LFK.AUS FL300+ COA
SAT: LANNA.J48.MOL.VUZ.JAN.LFK.MARCS7.SAT FL300+ COA

BWI: BIGGY.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI FL180 BTA
GSO: BIGGY.J75.GVE.LYH.HENBY2.GSO FL260 BTA
CLT: BIGGY.J75.GVE.LYH.MAJIC9.CLT FL300+ BTA
GSP: BIGGY.J75.GVE.J37.SPA.GSP FL300+ BTA
CAE: BIGGY.J75.CAE FL300+ BTA
JAX: BIGGY.J75.CAE.J51.SAV.SSI3.JAX FL300+ COA
TPA: BIGGY.J75.TAY.LZARD3.TPA FL300+ COA
SRQ: BIGGY.J75.TAY.LAL.SRQ FL300+ COA
RSW: BIGGY.J75.DUNKN.TAY.J75.KRNEL.PIE.SRQ5.RSW FL300+
MIA: BIGGY.J75.CAE.J51.SAV.J103.OMN.J79.VRB.HEATT6.MIA FL300+ AAL

JFK departures:

IAD: RBV.V276.HIKES.HOUTN.V457.LRP.DELRO.HYPER1.IAD FL180 (FL190/ATC)
CVG: RBV.J230.SAAME.J6.COLNS.J134.HNN.SWEED7.CVG FL300+ COM
DFW: RBV.J230.SAAME.J6.LIT.BYP5.DFW FL300+
SFO: RBV.J230.SAAME.J6.HVQ.J78.DRK.J6.AVE.BSR.BSR2.SFO FL300+ AAL
SFO: RBV.J230.SAAME.J6.COLNS.J134.BUM.J110.GCK.J28.MLF.J80.OAL.MOD2.SFO FL300+ AAL
MEM: RBV.J230.SAAME.J6.BWG.WLDER4.MEM FL300+ FDX
IND: RBV.J230.AIR.J80.EMPTY.CLANG5.IND FL300+ COM
STL: RBV.J230.AIR.J110.VHP.VLA5.STL FL300+ EGF
SFO: RBV.J230.AIR.APE.ROD.BVT.UIN.MCI.GLD.JNC.J80.MLF.OAL.MOD2.SFO FL300+ UAL
LAX: RBV.J230.AIR.J80.MCI.J24.SLN.J102.ALS.J44.RSK.J64.PGS.MITTS2.LAX FL300+ DAL
LAX: RBV.J230.AIR.J110.BUM.J19.LVS.J8.GUP.INW.DRK.J231.TNP.PDZ4.LAX FL300+ AAL
LAX: RBV.J230.AIR.J80.VHP.COU.FRACA.CIM.FLG.TNP.PDZ4.LAX FL300+ AWE
SAN: RBV.J230.AIR.J80.VHP.J110.STL.J19.LVS.J18.IPL.BARET4.SAN FL300+ JBU
ATL: RBV.J230.BYRDD.J48.MOL.MACEY2.ATL FL300+ CAA
IAH: RBV.J230.BYRDD.J48.MOL.J22.VUZ.JAN.AEX.DAS6.IAH FL300+ COA
MSY: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.GSO.J14.SPA.J37.SJI.SLIDD2.MSY FL300+ JBU
TLH: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.GVE.J37.SPA.J85.AMG.TLH FL300+
MLB: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.CAE.J51.SAV.J103.OMN.MLB FL300+ COM
MCO: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.CAE.J51.SAV.J103.OMN.BITHO7.MCO FL300+
RSW: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.KRNEL.PIE.SRQ5.RSW FL300+ JBU/DAL
MEX: RBV.J230.COPES.J75.GVE.J37.SJI.LEV.A649.COKER.UA649.PAZ.UJ102.PCA.V15.SLM.SLM1.MEX FL300+ AMX
SLC: RBV.J64.HLC.J80.FQF.J116.EKR.SPANE4.SLC FL300+ DAL

PHL departures:

AVP: PTW.PTW320.V499.DIANO.V106.LVZ.AVP 11000 ASH
ITH: PTW.PTW320.V499.CFB.V423.ITH 16000 JIA
BGM: PTW.PTW320.V499.CFB.BGM FL180 ASH
SYR: PTW.PTW320.V499.CFB.SYR 16000 USA

ERI: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.CIP.ERI FL180 ASH
ROC: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.RAV312.J227.ULW.V31.GIBBE.ROC FL220
BUF: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.RAV312.BUF162.BUF FL220 CHQ
CLE: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.YNG.CXR.CLE FL280 COA
YYZ: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.J61.BUF.YOUTH2.YYZ FL300+
DTW: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.J60.DJB.CETUS2.DTW FL280 ASH
GRR: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.J60.DJB.J34.GRR FL300+
SEA: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.PSB.J61.BUF.J531.SSM.J140.FAR.J36.MLP.GLASR6.SEA FL300+ USA
MDW: PTW.PTW320.J64.FWA.GSH3.MDW FL300+
ORD: PTW.PTW320.J64.FWA.OXI3.ORD FL300+ UAL

PHL turboprop departures:

AVP: PTW.PTW320.V499.DIANO.V106.LVZ.AVP 10000 PDT(DH8)
SWF: PTW.PTW320.V499.DIANO.V106.LHY.RUBER1.SWF 12000 PDT(DH8)
IPT: PTW.PTW320.V499.V164.FQM.IPT 16000 PDT(DH8)
BGM: PTW.PTW320.V499.CFB.BGM 14000 PDT(DH8)
ELM: PTW.PTW320.V499.DIANO.V164.FQM.ULW.ELM 14000 PDT(DH8)
UNV: PTW.PTW320.V276.RASHE.UNV 10000 PDT(DH8)
BTV: PTW.PTW320.J64.RAV.SEG.FQM.CFB.CAM.BTV FL250 PDT(DH8)

PHL arrivals:

AVP: AVP.LVZ.V147.SPUDS1.PHL 10000/12000 JIA/ASH
ITH: ITH.CFB.LVZ.SPUDS1.PHL 17000 JIA
BTV: ALB.DNY.DNY222.LVZ041.LVZ.SPUDS1.PHL FL280 JIA
MHT: CAM.ALB.DNY.DNY222.LVZ041.LVZ.SPUDS1.PHL FL260/FL280 USA
SYR: SYR.V35.ULW.LVZ.SPUDS1.PHL 17000 USA
YOW: V145.ART.J559.SYR.CFB.SPUDS1.PHL FL260
YUL: YUL.V282.J524.BUGSY.J570.ALB.DNY.SPUDS1.PHL FL300+

IAD arrivals:

EWR: PARKE.V457.LRP.LRP248.DELRO.DELRO1.IAD FL200 BTA
LGA: PARKE.V457.LRP.DELRO.HYPER1.IAD FL200 (FL190/ATC)
MHT: BAF.J77.SAX.J6.LRP.DELRO.HYPER1.IAD FL280
PWM: PSM.WITCH.GLYDE.BAF.J77.SAX.J6.LRP.HYPER1.IAD FL300 LOF
BTV: ALB.J6.LRP.HYPER1.IAD FL280 AWI
BDL: BDL.V405.PWL.SAX.J6.LRP.HYPER1.IAD FL260 LOF
NAT: TOPPS.ENE.BAF.J77.SAX.J6.PARKE.J6.LRP.HYPER1.IAD

DCA arrivals:

LGA: BIGGY.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA FL220 USA
BOS: NELIE.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA FL300 COM
MHT: PSM.WITCH.BOSOX.NELIE.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA
PWM: PSM.WITCH.BOSOX.NELIE.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA FL300 USA
ALB: ALB.PWL.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA FL300 USA
BTV: ALB.PWL.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.DCA
   
BWI arrivals:

EWR: BIGGY.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI FL180 BTA
BOS: NELIE.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI FL260/FL300+ EGF/TRS
MHT: MHT.PSM.WITCH.BOSOX.NELIE.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI FL300+ SWA
ALB: ALB.PWL.CMK.J75.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI FL280 SWA

BWI turboprop arrivals:

LGA: BIGGY.V3.MXE.V378.BAL.BWI 16000 PDT(DH8)

AVP departures:

PIT: AVP.LVZ.V106.SEG.PSB.V58.GRACE.PIT 16000 PDT(DH8)
ATL: AVP.LVZ.V106.SEG.PSB.J78.HVQ.ODF.MACEY2.ATL

ABE departures:

PIT: ETX.V30.PSB.V58.GRACE.PIT 10000/14000 CJC(SF34)
CVG: ETX.J80.KIPPI.J80.AIR.CINCE4.CVG FL300+ CAA/COM
CLT: ETX.LRP.EMI.GVE.LYH.MAJIC9.CLT FL260 CHQ
ATL: ETX.LRP.EMI.J48.MOL.WOMAC1.ATL FL300+ CAA

ABE arrivals:

CLE: ETG.J146.MIP.MIP117.KRAZE.FJC.ABE
CVG: JST.J152.HAR.V162.DUMMR.ABE FL230 COM
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« Reply #12 on: May 19, 2005, 11:19:27 AM »

All right Jetscan1 you are holding out on us !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You ar an air traffic controller righ ? wink Great work on the routings and frequencies(transmitter locations). You are a blessing to this board man. One question and I will leave you alone  is that before ABE arrivals get handed off to NY Center(134.Cool do you know what CLE Center frequency they are on ? I have been thinking is it 119.725 or 126.725.
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« Reply #13 on: May 19, 2005, 12:04:56 PM »

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You ar an air traffic controller righ ?


Not a controller, just a pilot with a keen interest in ATC and flight planning. If I wasn't flying (airline) I would probably doing something in ATC.

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One question and I will leave you alone is that before ABE arrivals get handed off to NY Center(134. do you know what CLE Center frequency they are on ? I have been thinking is it 119.725 or 126.725.


From the high sectors, ABE arrivals from ORD/DTW for example go from Cleveland on 119.725 to New York 132.875. I'm not that familiar with 132.875 but I presume after that they go to New York on 134.800 ? I've noticed ABE arrivals from CLE and ATL on New York 124.625 before handoff to approach on 124.450. I'm not familiar with the low Cleveland frequencies in that area (ie: PIT-ABE), so can't help you there.

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« Reply #14 on: May 19, 2005, 12:27:04 PM »

Gracias !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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