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 71 
 on: April 15, 2016, 06:13:16 AM 
Started by 777lrf - Last post by dave
Shannon High is back online as of yesterday. There is also a new EINN feed for Tower/App - reception not as good as #1 but there is redundancy now.


 72 
 on: April 14, 2016, 05:14:53 PM 
Started by GeoffSM1 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Bellanca 7GCBC Citabria, N5046N: Fatal accident occurred April 08, 2016 at Mid-Way Regional Airport (KJWY), Midlothian/Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas
Aircraft crashed off the runway. 2 persons on board. 1 was fatally injured, the other sustained serious injuries.

A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman said a flight instructor and student were doing some kind of training exercise in a Bellanca Citabria aircraft when the plane went down at the airport at about 3:11 p.m.

The audio clip is edited from the  KJWY/CTAF/Unicom audio archive.

http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Two-Injured-in-Small-Plane-Crash_Dallas-Fort-Worth-375088381.html

 73 
 on: April 14, 2016, 08:54:11 AM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
I think FIY is also used?

Yep, you're right! And FIZ as well.

Those are three Australians I know for now wink wink

 74 
 on: April 14, 2016, 04:26:02 AM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by geodementia
Victor, I don't have specific registrations but in the U.S. the FAA's flights for this kinda thing use the callsign "FLC" which is announced as "Flight Check ###". If you go to FlightRadar24.com, and do an advanced search for the airline FLC, you can get a very limited history (not very useful but you can see some of the aircraft types they use).

From the controllers' reaction/questions it seems they had not been properly briefed.

Welcome to the life of an air traffic controller.
And down under we have VH-FIX as mentioned, I think FIY is also used? Callsign AUSCAL usually 3 or 4, ADSB prefix ADA.

 75 
 on: April 13, 2016, 06:06:12 PM 
Started by semperflyer797 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Here is the departure of the Texas Raiders B17 (see http://www.b17texasraiders.org/),Breitling 8 and other items (including a very animated controller). All within a 1 hour period.

 76 
 on: April 13, 2016, 04:58:32 PM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Well... thanks a lot to Isaac for the help. We need some more info about the US but here's a bit of what I could find.

FAA uses some different types of aircraft (Beechcraft B300/350 still be the most common) for the navaids checks. As Isaac said, their callsign is FLC (Flight check) ## (where ## is the registration number of the aircraft) Ex, FLC79 for aircraft N79

I have found some B300s with registration N66 to N84 (that's a total of 19 B300s)
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n70#94e5bed

Canadairs CL60 with registration N85 to N90 (that's a total of 6 CL60s)

I'll keep looking for some more. I'm sure some of those flights and ATC are so interesting. Imagine these operating in big airports... rolleyes


 77 
 on: April 13, 2016, 03:56:30 PM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Still searching for those US calibrators.

Meanwhile, I found some more from Sweden.

SE-LKY
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/se-lky#96089bd

SE-KDK
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/se-kdk#930cc15

 shocked shocked shocked

 78 
 on: April 13, 2016, 03:45:13 PM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Great Isaac, thanks!!!

I'll give it a try. Let's find some more calibrators!!  grin

 79 
 on: April 13, 2016, 02:33:40 PM 
Started by VictorAtienza94 - Last post by SirIsaac787
Victor, I don't have specific registrations but in the U.S. the FAA's flights for this kinda thing use the callsign "FLC" which is announced as "Flight Check ###". If you go to FlightRadar24.com, and do an advanced search for the airline FLC, you can get a very limited history (not very useful but you can see some of the aircraft types they use).

From the controllers' reaction/questions it seems they had not been properly briefed.

Welcome to the life of an air traffic controller.

 80 
 on: April 13, 2016, 10:34:37 AM 
Started by semperflyer797 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Not terribly exciting, or even particularly interesting, but at least it shows that things do go wrong - and its very short.

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