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 11 
 on: February 27, 2015, 11:42:09 AM 
Started by FrankC72 - Last post by FrankC72
Flight schedule to land at DFW, Pilot declared an emergency on approach to DFW, requested diversion to Austin with Slat Failure.

JBU215 is currently in the air.

 12 
 on: February 26, 2015, 10:20:23 AM 
Started by bugalou - Last post by bugalou
Still planing on making the antennae adjustment if it ever warms up here on the east coast! I will be sure to update this thread then.

 13 
 on: February 26, 2015, 09:32:26 AM 
Started by philip - Last post by philip
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZUhh9rbMqU

 14 
 on: February 25, 2015, 08:57:04 PM 
Started by srepetsk - Last post by davolijj
The controller working this incident, along with 13 other controllers from around the country, will be honored at NATCA's 11th Annual Archie League Awards banquet on March 4th.  You can watch the ceremony, along with the entire Communicating for Safety Conference via live webcast at http://www.natca.org.

 15 
 on: February 25, 2015, 08:10:38 PM 
Started by hayek - Last post by hayek
The KSQL archive files seem to be silent.

 16 
 on: February 25, 2015, 05:35:14 PM 
Started by kb0wsw - Last post by kb0wsw
Edited for space. King Air 50VP departure from KFSD in Sioux Falls, SD on 2-25-2015 at about 1918GMT returns for emergency landing due to shattered windshield. Stereo feed so Approach/Departure on left, Tower and Center on right. Then, separated radio traffic also edited. Traffic inbound re-sequenced. Emergency vehicles sent to aircraft off runaway. No injuries reported.

 17 
 on: February 24, 2015, 11:23:46 PM 
Started by Danscobou - Last post by frcabot
Maybe if the FAA weren't so hard up about going after GA pilots and investigating every emergency declaration with a view towards license suspension, GA pilots would be less reluctant about declaring.

I declared a pan pan once for a stuck gear (turns out the emergency gear lever got displaced preventing the gear from retracting), got a call from the fsdo the following day wanting to check my maintenance records.

 18 
 on: February 24, 2015, 05:52:16 PM 
Started by bri2k1 - Last post by bri2k1
Wow, back up now! Hooray!  I think 10 hours might be the longest outage for this feed in a very long time. Overall a very high quality service guys. I paid for the Android app and am very pleased with it.

 19 
 on: February 24, 2015, 05:08:51 PM 
Started by bri2k1 - Last post by bri2k1
Since I can't post in feed status. Didn't see anything on Twitter or FB.

 20 
 on: February 24, 2015, 01:02:34 PM 
Started by Danscobou - Last post by swa4678
Unrelated note... this situation made me think back to other threads (and what seems to be a bit of a pattern) of declaring/handling emergencies by ATPs vs. GA pilots.

The ATPs seem quick on jumping to emergency declarations and shedding workloads. Rather than attempt to juggle comms, the FO here milked ATC for as much assistance as was needed - from a METAR readout to a phone call to his own company to relay the nature of the situation.

Contrast that to some (many?) GA pilots who seem reluctant to use or even convey the dreaded "E" word - emergency - over the air. It's almost as if some (many?) of them think declaring an emergency equates to "I've already exhausted all possible options I can think of, leaving me at the end of my rope and desperately in need of ATC's divine intervention."

Perhaps this is just a biased observation based on too small a sample size?

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