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 on: April 18, 2014, 01:01:34 PM 
Started by MIAMIATC - Last post by dave

 on: April 18, 2014, 11:49:56 AM 
Started by pre7 - Last post by pre7

 on: April 18, 2014, 09:54:27 AM 
Started by ktn7306 - Last post by kylesquawk
BVI feed is up!

Thanks to Dave and LiveATC.net for the help and support.  KBVI is a training airport for professional pilot and Terminal Air Traffic Control students from the Community College of Beaver County.  CCBC is part of the FAA's Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) program.

For those who listen in you're hearing the future of aviation training real time!  All CCBC aviation students whether they're in the Professional Pilot Program or ATC Enroute/Terminal Programs must at least obtain a Private/Recreational certificate.  The tower is staffed and managed by FAA Certified air traffic controllers, many of whom are retired KPIT controllers.  ATC students cycle in and out of the tower every hour or so and work Local, Ground, and Flight Data positions.  Third semester students train on ground and flight data, fourth semester is Local control.  Each position is also staffed with actual controllers/instructors, so if you listen carefully you'll hear them occasionally key up which overrides the students mic.

I hope everyone enjoys the feed!

 on: April 18, 2014, 06:24:26 AM 
Started by soo601 - Last post by soo601
While the power company replaces a transformer.  Should be back to normal by noon local.

 on: April 18, 2014, 04:02:42 AM 
Started by nickn - Last post by nickn
Was listening to ZOA 35/40/41 at 2200Z and heard center trying to get a hold of N657EZ. I couldnt get the whole clip on the archives. The controller lost comm and radar contact. He was asking other aircraft if they saw smoke on his last position.

 on: April 17, 2014, 07:59:42 PM 
Started by Steeler Country USA - Last post by Steeler Country USA
Hello to Everyone,

Just getting started with KPIT Pittsburgh PA.  I can't  wait for it to go live!!!
My name is Brian (N3SGU), I live in Pittsburgh PA.  been a Ham for a few years, I enjoy listening to Public
Safety and  Aviation. I work for a Local Govt. and part time as a Geek Squad Agent at Best Buy.  I have a feed on RR that is Pittsburgh Police. I have been feeding that for over a year. My Equipment for the KPIT feed consists of BCT15 Uniden Scanner, a 6 element yagi, Comcast for super fast internet(yawn) and a Dell PC with Windows 7. 
If I can help with anything let me know!!


Other equipment BCD996 ,  BCD396, A second BCT15, RS Pro 163, RS Pro 97(x3), Kenwood TM-241

 on: April 17, 2014, 02:52:11 PM 
Started by av8tor172 - Last post by av8tor172
Sometime ago I caught this comm between 2 pilots flying F-15's over the Orlando FL area flying a CAP (Combat Air Patrol) mission.  They were talking about how to keep food cold or hot while flying a CAP mission.  1 pilot actually opens a can of Coke and you can hear it over the radio...interesting and funny.


 on: April 17, 2014, 12:50:58 PM 
Started by pre7 - Last post by MIAMIATC
124.55 to 134.5 is the frequency chain for that one out of BWI

 on: April 17, 2014, 12:48:56 PM 
Started by MIAMIATC - Last post by MIAMIATC
The feed up in Traverse City Michigan lists a HIGH ALT. frequency of 125.825.  This frequency is no longer in use and its proper frequency should be 132.425 which coverd FL240-FL600. If the feed operator or someone can advise to change the huigh from 125.825 to 132.252.

Thank You

 on: April 17, 2014, 10:32:34 AM 
Started by geemiesif - Last post by Gadya
They are called english language proficiency requrements from level 1 up to level 6. But ICAO established minimum level 4 for all  aviation specialists. So, you are supposed to get level 4 not less to consider you being proficient:)

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