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 on: September 18, 2014, 02:38:02 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by Chananya Freedman
Check CBS LA on twitter or Facebook.

 on: September 18, 2014, 02:27:56 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by swa4678

Someone really just wanted an excuse to do some pattern work in an A320.

RE: audio clip, I was going to start digging through the archives and putting something together now, unless someone else is working on it.

EDIT: Quote from LA Times article...

No injuries were reported, according to a statement from JetBlue.

 on: September 18, 2014, 02:25:24 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by Chananya Freedman
I think it is 4 injured, not 14.  Is anyone putting together an audio clip to post in the audio clip section?  Or do we not even have a Long Beach feed at the moment?

 on: September 18, 2014, 02:13:42 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by Chananya Freedman
I've posted a post in the Aviation Incident Accident news board.  Look there for further info on the actual incident.

 on: September 18, 2014, 02:10:00 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by Chananya Freedman
Received info from KNX 1070 news radio that 14 people were injured in an emergency landing of a Jet Blue flight at Long Beach airport KLGB.

 on: September 18, 2014, 01:53:39 PM 
Started by Chananya Freedman - Last post by Chananya Freedman
I need to give you a little background before I tell the interesting thing I found.  Not only am I an ATC freak, I am also into emergency communications and I get emergency alert emails from various websites.  I just received an email that said the Long Beach California FD and the Bowling FD was staging for a Jet Blue flight making an emergency landing.  I had no idea that Bowling had a small FD, interesting.

 on: September 17, 2014, 12:49:23 PM 
Started by masterkeymaster - Last post by jermscentral
Out of curiosity, are those in the 02 code block for you, too? If not, do they at least start with 0?

Yep, 02## are our local ARTS codes. If you want to handoff someone to the Center, you have to give them one from the FDIO.

The FAA Private Pilot Written Exam asks a question about when it is most appropriate to request flight following. At a towered airport, it is when on the ground. The idea is so the controller can, in fact, type in a VFR flight plan for the radar controller. Most towers have that capability nowadays, but you'll know if they don't -- they'll simply tell you what frequency to use to request VFR FF.

I figured something was up with that, because at SUS, we had people request it with their initial call. In Class B, you're going to get it at least through the airspace, and we'll ask you if you want FF with STL approach before giving a frequency change. The ones at smaller facilities that don't enter the flight plan are probably just being lazy. We also had some that just said that since there was no directive saying they had to enter a flight plan, they wouldn't do it.

 on: September 17, 2014, 12:10:42 PM 
Started by captkel - Last post by captkel

and another:


and another:


and another:


Here was the first arrival:


 on: September 17, 2014, 09:25:45 AM 
Started by jbadger10 - Last post by jbadger10
Thanks for putting it all together!

I am well traveled and have the utmost respect for other cultures. I am not ethnocentric and am not one of those that believes everyone should speak English, etc. However, when it comes to ATC, if the worldwide standard is English, controllers should have a greater proficiency than what was heard on this recording re: Tokyo Control. There was so much back and forth between RJTT Control and AA182 that was unnecessary due to language barriers. If the situation was more dire, or if it was during a period of critical flight, that could have been an issue.

Again, I'm not suggesting that everyone in the world has to speak perfect English - nor am I saying that these Controllers also have to speak perfect English. But, there has to be some sort of minimum standard. The confusion and back and forth was very concerning.

 on: September 17, 2014, 01:43:25 AM 
Started by zarrina - Last post by zarrina
Dear Guys,
Need your help urgently!
In my country If a flight crew has a coffin of deadman on board they call it Cargo 200.
What about yours? huh

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