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 on: August 13, 2014, 03:19:55 PM 
Started by cptbrw - Last post by cptbrw
I have no objection to putting the audio on your youtube channel but you might want to check with Dave to be sure.  I would think that, at the very least, attribution to LiveATC .NET would be appropriate if posted elsewhere.  The youtube video I attached in the later message is NOT my product and you would need to contact Boston Airliner Spotters for permission to repost.

 on: August 13, 2014, 03:09:01 PM 
Started by cptbrw - Last post by philip
Emirates Flight 237 (Boeing 777-300) had made an uneventful landing on runway 04R, was taxiing to the gate and had jut switched to the ground control frequency when they reported a fire in their number 1 engine.  Tower reported fire visible from the engine and the fire services were dispatched to attend the incident.  After the fire services were satisfied that the aircraft was safe it proceeded to the gate to deplane the passengers.


Clip edited for time and relevant transmissions.
hi, is it ok if i put it on my youtube directorphilip2? I can't beleive it, i even listened to the feed on liveatc but i couldn't find this part, i heard emirates on tower but he only said taxi to gate, i listened 20 mins before the scheduled landing and with flight radar 24

 on: August 13, 2014, 02:17:36 PM 
Started by trichorse - Last post by trichorse
I was wondering if anyone had any information on a plane, serving a flight from Baltimore to New Orleans, that was forced to make an emergency landing in Atlanta after suffering a pressurization problem and had to drop very rapidly to 10,000 feet.  The flight was cancled after it was determined that the plane could not be repaired, and several passengers decided to take a flight into Baton Rouge instead.  This second flight had to to contend with a hurricane hitting the area, and made a landing at Jackson to refuel, and to let passengers who decided to take a bus get off to do so.  This second flight made a landing at Baton Rouge, in a hurricane, at close to 2am, just prior to the airport closing.  The professionalism and courtesy showed by the crew on both flights, and the kindess of several passengers to a woman who was traveling with two young children (both under five and one of those an infant), impressed both me and my mother who were on both flights.

The information I was looking for was what caused the plane of the first flight to suffer the problem it did...no information was ever released that I recall, and it's something that's nipped my curiosity off and on through the years.  The pilot of the second flight might have been insane to attempt a landing in the conditions that existed at that time, but being successful I have to imagine he was a highly skilled and intuitive pilot who knew his plane like the back of his hand.

 on: August 13, 2014, 12:39:55 PM 
Started by Lukas123 - Last post by Lukas123
I wrote an article about the 125 best police scanner websites - what do you all think?

We're a bit thin in the 'Aviation' section and I'm hoping some of you can post any great sites or blogs here or in the discussion on the bottom of the article that we can add.

Here is the link:

PS - LiveATC shared this yesterday on Twitter and Facebook - THANK YOU! Nice to wake up and see traffic skyrocket. 

 on: August 12, 2014, 10:19:18 PM 
Started by dave - Last post by rustybugs11
Can't do a lot but 25.00 should help a little.

 on: August 12, 2014, 10:17:38 PM 
Started by dave - Last post by rustybugs11
Hi all!
Tell you about myself....retired USAF F-4 crew chief Almost 20 years ago (God, I am old). Did 17 years working the bent wing bug sucker. Just a fan of all you folks, pilots and controllers. I am slowly going through the archives to catch up on all the different situations that have happened and find the discussions very informative. Although, I must admit, when some of you really start with the technical stuff, I am lost. which is ok with me. I will not embarrass myself by asking a dumb question unless it would be relevant embarassed. Unfortunately, almost all of the older stuff, videos and links to the NTSB and FAA and other sites are no longer available to read or watch  cry
I am in Las Vegas, so I listen to KLAS tower and approach and have Flight Aware set to KLAS, but with a 8 to 10 minute delay on the visual depictions and actual ATC audio sucks but I understand the need for security ie the time lag. But is great to watch the landing and departure patterns.
Back in the early 70's, when I was living in Hawaii, I wanted to get my PPL but unfortunately, money was short due to a baby. Got 9 hours on a Cessna 150. Back then it was great doing touch and goes on Ford Island. Ah well, so it goes. Now I am 60 and still have the urge to learn flying but physically can't do it. So I do little flight sims and such.
So safe flying to all and to the controllers, WOW I have a much better understanding what you do and the stress you are under. Hats off to you. Much thanks to LiveATC.net for providing such a great site.

 on: August 12, 2014, 05:19:02 PM 
Started by MIAMIATC - Last post by QQATC
Not sure I fully understand your question, but aircraft departing KSAN to the northwest are most commonly on the Peble4 departure, and handed off to SOCAL TRACON, San Diego area- West sector on 119.6.

Does that answer your question?

 on: August 12, 2014, 03:00:34 PM 
Started by 777lrf - Last post by 777lrf
Usually the VHHH feed is a little low but you can hear the transmissions. Tonight it is full of static and I can barely hear anything, even if the volume is turned all the way up.

 on: August 12, 2014, 12:19:58 PM 
Started by Radiotrance - Last post by Radiotrance
Hello there.

Just wanted to let you know that here in Russia we're not only invading foreign countries, shooting down passenger airplanes and making other evil world-occupating stuff (all according to impeccable western media, of course), but has some sort of hobbies too. This is the handmade avia-antenna located 22km from airport Tolmachevo without actual radio visibility to it. Nevertheless, the quality of recieving is very good, exept for the planes on the ground. I'd like to raise the height of it, but unfortuanely this makes matters worse because of the intermods from FM Broadcast stations.

Will try discone antenna with the higher mast though. So far you can listen to the traffic here: http://mtl2.liveatc.net/unnt

 on: August 12, 2014, 03:29:45 AM 
Started by swimer - Last post by svoynick
Hi every controllers and pilot! I would like to have your opinion in case that the landing aircraft reported that he has experience bird strike at touchdown after landing. What would you do if there some landing aircraft behind that one in sequence? Promoted that there are 2 runway in acrive. Tks in advance!
Here's a thread with some Tower audio of a situation that is similar to what you are describing:

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