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 on: October 11, 2014, 11:43:18 PM 
Started by Kevin Meyers - Last post by Kevin Meyers
ATP Seminole is unfamiliar at IWA

 on: October 10, 2014, 10:10:13 AM 
Started by Sock Eating Golden - Last post by Sock Eating Golden
The KCAK feed has an issue where all the audio is "rushed." Everything sounds sped up and in nearly inaudible. It's on both Android devices and on the PC via VLC player.

Thanks for any help notifying the feed provider.

 on: October 10, 2014, 10:01:45 AM 
Started by W3MAT - Last post by RonR
Nice to have that one back Smiley Smiley

 on: October 10, 2014, 09:58:03 AM 
Started by RonR - Last post by RonR
Flights going northwest bound typically get handed off from ZNY 132.175 to ZOB 119.375 or 120.625.  I hope this answers your question.


 on: October 10, 2014, 09:19:21 AM 
Started by RonR - Last post by andy whitmore
hi all fellow atc airband radio guys
andy here from England uk
yes I was lisening to new York area 2 and the freq I was intrested in north west new York traffic is 132.175
its a good freq to tune in as all the traffic from Europe going into Atlanta and Washington use it
as well as stuff going to from jfk to asia like the Korean cathay asiana etc
anyone know the next freq north west going over Niagara falls Toronto high level
I there in Niagara falls Toronto next week loking out for over flights
if anyone could help please email direct to me andy
many thanks

 on: October 09, 2014, 07:37:25 PM 
Started by dave - Last post by danoriginie
I am a retired watchmaker. I solo'ed age 16 and had my SEL since 1976. The Vagabond Club in KDEC was great. As an EAA affiliated club we did our maintenance (mostly). The club had a 1947 Clipper, as I remember 125hp in cub yellow with VFR radios. I enjoyed many cross country trips in the USA in this aircraft. The club also had a 1946 Vagabond, no electric system in cub yellow. It was a real treat to hand prop and fly to a grass strip for lunch. The Vagabond was $11/hr-wet, and the Clipper was $18/hr-wet in 2005. I never got a fright or embarrassed myself, although once I was with someone that ground looped the Vagabond.
I have since retired and moved to Australia; YBSU on the Sunshine Coast. Currently I am wrapping my thoughts toward building an aircraft on a budget (plans built). I have an airframe and power plant license. It's now in the planning stage so I can start with confidence when I know what will take place. Once I start it will be just to build it, and not worry about flying so much because I love building things. I also had an electronics interest and want to build my own radios, nav/com, GPS, and engine instruments. Gliding is of interest and I fly out of Caboulture Aeorodrome, but mostly just plane watch at YBSU, Maroochydore.
The site was interesting me to me because I was always interested in radios, and as a kid I had a shortwave radio to listen to HF aircraft over the Pacific. Flying and electronics are at the top of my play days.

 on: October 09, 2014, 05:49:31 PM 
Started by W3MAT - Last post by dave
In the wishful thinking category: Maybe a 2nd Dave Pascoe will come along and apply the same passion and
dedication to a web site devoted exclusively to Enroute Centers. Listen in to Live ATC for your approach/airport
comms and/or listen to enroute comms on Live ARTCC. Best of both worlds for flight following.

We have tons of ARTCC feeds and more coming.  Whenever we add a site one of the "tests" is whether it can serve as both an airport area and ARTCC site.

But it's never enough.  smiley

 on: October 09, 2014, 05:48:06 PM 
Started by W3MAT - Last post by dave
We have a new ZNY North Mountain feed up now from our Williamsport receiver site.  It is a subset of the previous frequency set since the other feed was hopelessly overloaded.  Only the North Mountain RCAG frequencies are currently live.  The Philipsburg, PA transmitter is too far away with a bunch of hills in the way.



 on: October 08, 2014, 10:30:46 PM 
Started by masterkeymaster - Last post by blakepilot
I think you're talking about the advisory circular that defines private carriage and common carriage.  That's AC 120-12A.  Find it here: http://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Advisory_Circular/AC%20120-12A.pdf  Otherwise, the FAR's do a pretty good job addressing what's okay and what isn't.  That's FAR 119.1, found here: http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=ea9dec61efa209867844a2f35debf7cb&node=pt14.3.119&rgn=div5#se14.3.119_11

 on: October 08, 2014, 10:05:44 PM 
Started by CH2Tdriver - Last post by hayek
Had a similar issue come up recently.  I discovered that there is a difference of opinion about this within the FAA.
Four operations inspectors based at a local FSDO office were given this scenario and were queried as to their opinion regarding the meaning of "Resume Own Navigation."  Unanimously, all four inspectors felt that "Resume Own Navigation" allowed the pilot to determine their own appropriate VFR altitude.  Speaking to air traffic controllers, however, yielded an opposing view.  Their position is that an altitude restriction is valid until canceled verbally by them.

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