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 on: Today at 03:00:37 PM 
Started by JetScan1 - Last post by Rob K
Interested in this also.  Keep us updated jetscan1.  I only tune in to the NYC ARINC feed if I've missed a selcal on HF as the VHF opr usually asks them for it so it's rare I listen but interesting to know about the freq assignments for OXANA (ZZTOP) and PAEPR (SAUCR) and the extended VHF range.  Do you know where to find the freq assignments for L451 and M326 out of JAINS?  They've been using 6586 a lot recently through the daytime for that SW corner of WATRS (rather than the usual 8918) but a while back I found the southbound stuff for L451/2 was on 8918 but they were putting the northbounds on the same routes at LETON and LNHOM on 11396 which was annoying.

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 on: Today at 02:51:47 PM 
Started by chrislawton - Last post by Rob K
Best listening site for Shanwick and Santa Maria is the G8JNJ SDR on www.sdr.hu.  Is based in the Southwest UK somewhere but has a monster antenna and has no problem pulling in Gander on 8 and 11 MHz through the UK day time too which is generally unheard of, particularly for 8 MHz.

Current daytime Shanwick freqs are 5649 6547 6595 6622 6667 8879 and occasionally 10021 if the conditions are rough.  8879 and 10021 nearly exclusively used for eastbounds at 30W and the northbounds coming up T9 and T16 from the Canaries and Portugal.

Maria is always on 8825 and 8906.

Gander current daytime freqs are 8831 8864 11279 and occasionally 8891.  They were using 11336 instead of 8831 up to 11 November but have swapped back down to 8831.

Gander night time freqs are currently 2899 3476 5616 and 8891.

 3 
 on: Today at 02:02:09 PM 
Started by KL591 - Last post by tyketto
Hey,

"Regardless, you should also verify that ATC services in the UK are taxpayer funded. If they are, then you may have a right to listen to those services; again, this doesn't provide info on if to provide a feed for those services requires a license. All of those questions are for OFCOM and possibly a telecom lawyer to answer."

Unfortunately the provision of Air Traffic Services within the UK is not publicly funded. Certainly not directly. There are many different ANSPs within the UK, all are essentially private apart from Nats, which is a Public Private Partnership.

Rgds,

C

Can you elaborate on "public Private Partnership"? That implies that if the public is involved, then they have a say in the matter.

BL.

 4 
 on: Today at 08:32:57 AM 
Started by GeoffSM1 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Hop Embraer ERJ-170 at Oslo on 3 Dec, slat problem

Details here -
https://www.aeroinside.com/item/8704/hop-e170-at-oslo-on-dec-3rd-2016-slat-problem

 5 
 on: Today at 06:42:19 AM 
Started by KL591 - Last post by Casper87
Hey,

"Regardless, you should also verify that ATC services in the UK are taxpayer funded. If they are, then you may have a right to listen to those services; again, this doesn't provide info on if to provide a feed for those services requires a license. All of those questions are for OFCOM and possibly a telecom lawyer to answer."

Unfortunately the provision of Air Traffic Services within the UK is not publicly funded. Certainly not directly. There are many different ANSPs within the UK, all are essentially private apart from Nats, which is a Public Private Partnership.

Rgds,

C

 6 
 on: December 07, 2016, 01:42:18 PM 
Started by dave - Last post by dave
The KBTV Burlington VT feed has been shut down as of today.

The KBTV feed needs to be moved to a new location. Some equipment is available to loan to a suitable volunteer within radio range of KBTV. If you live within relative line of sight of the airport or within 7 miles of KBTV please contact us:

http://www.liveatc.net/ct/fcontact.php




 7 
 on: December 07, 2016, 01:19:47 PM 
Started by Paulbc - Last post by Paulbc
HB-LSD Piper Pa-34 EuroAirport/Basel crash during go-around in fog while attempting to land at BSL, Wednesday 7th December 2016.
BA A320 holding reported the "aircraft passed right in front of our flight deck so he was not on the centreline".

 8 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:20:18 AM 
Started by mynameisbs - Last post by RonR

What airport did you fly into?  What day and about what time did you fly into this airport?

Ron

 9 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:10:56 AM 
Started by dave - Last post by dave
Incident accident description:
http://avherald.com/h?article=4a1c2ee4&opt=0

Regarding PK-661 (PIA Flight 661)...the attached audio was received.

Reception is intermittent due to terrain effects and communication appears to have been lost around 1120 UTC.

PK-661 is heard checking in with Islamabad Approach and being issued a squawk code (2022). PK-661 is then heard requesting a lower altitude and asking permission to turn on transponder for a short while. PK661 is then heard responding "climbing to 45" and then all communication appears to have been lost, possibly due to terrain blockage or PK-661 not having made any more transmissions. After 1120 UTC some other airborne flights (one being Shaheen 122) tried to relay communications to PK-661 - one communication being "cleared to land Runway 12 or 30, both are available" but there appears to have been no response from PK-661 as it probably had impacted terrain already.



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 on: December 07, 2016, 12:58:04 AM 
Started by mynameisbs - Last post by mynameisbs
Hi everyone, I've listened to streams here before but this is my first time on the forums.

I recently flew into an airport which is streamed here, but when I went back to find the recordings in the archives of when I was there, I couldn't hear them. I know the frequency I was on gets picked up, because I recognize some of the traffic and calls from when I was there. I know that flying low or out of range of the scanner will cause transmissions to not be picked up, but I can't hear the tower's calls either. I can only hear them for aircraft higher up, not the aircraft closer to my altitude.

Any help or insight is appreciated, thanks!

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