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CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:06:26 PM
After I posted the audio from the F16, someone PM'd me asking about the ATC (air traffic control) frequencies in their area so they could listen.
If any of you guys want to do the same, post your location and I'll post the freq's so you can tune in.
Specify if you want the live internet feed or specific frequencies for your radio/scanner. :thumbsup:

Live Air Traffic Control Communications

Atlanta South Tower (mms://207.44.184.59/southatlantatower)
Atlanta North Tower (mms://207.44.184.59/northatlantatower)
Atlanta Approach (mms://207.44.184.59/approach)
Atlanta Center Enroute Control (mms://207.44.184.59/macey_talkingrock)
Bogota Tower/Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/skbo2.m3u)
BWI/Potomac Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kbwi.m3u)
Centennial Airport, Denver (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kapa.m3u)
Chicago O'Hare Ground/Tower/Approach (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kord.m3u) (needs work, too many scanned freq's)
Chicago Midway Tower/Approach/Departure/Center (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kmdw2.m3u)
DCA Tower/Approach (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kdca.m3u)
JFK Departure Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_dep.m3u)
JFK Final Approach Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_app_final.m3u)
Las Vegas Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/klas.m3u)
Los Angeles North and South Tower (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/klax.m3u)
Orlando Approach/Tower Cycling (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kmco.m3u)
Phoenix Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kphx.m3u)
Portland Tower (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kpdx_twr.m3u) (weak bandwidth, needs a few clicks)
Portland Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kpdx_app.m3u)
Rocky Mountain Airport, Denver (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kbjc.m3u)
Salt Lake City Tower/Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kslc.m3u)
San Diego Approach/Departure (http://www.scansandiego.net/cgi-bin/index.pl) (Center radio MP3 link)
Santa Ana, Orange County Tower/Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksna.m3u)
Seattle Tower/Approach/Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksea.m3u) (bandwidth weak, needs a few clicks, too many freq's)
SFO Tower (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_twr.m3u)
NORCAL Approach (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_app.m3u) (NORCAL covers San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose basically.)
NORCAL Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_dep.m3u)

Military/Civilian

Grissom AFB, Indiana (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kgus.m3u)
Travis AFB, California (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksuu.m3u)

Training

Embry-Riddle, Prescott, Arizona (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kprc.m3u)



Live Air Traffic Control Radar Depictions (The Atlanta screens are actual ATC screens, the others are overlays)

Atlanta Center Radar (http://atcmonitor.com/atlanta/screen.html)
Atlanta Airport Radar (http://atcmonitor.com/atlanta/screen.html)
Boca Raton (http://www4.passur.com/bct.html)
Boston (http://www4.passur.com/bos.html)
Burbank (http://www4.passur.com/bur.html)
Santa Ana (http://www4.passur.com/sna.html)
Van Nuys (http://www4.passur.com/vny.html)
Los Angeles (http://www4.passur.com/lax.html)
Ontario (http://www4.passur.com/ont.html)
San Diego (http://www4.passur.com/san.html)
San Francisco (http://live.airportnetwork.com/sfo/)
Nantucket (http://www4.passur.com/ack.html)
New Orleans (http://www4.passur.com/msy.html)
New York Kennedy (http://www4.passur.com/jfk.html)
New York La Guardia (http://www4.passur.com/lga.html)
New York Newark (http://www4.passur.com/ewr.html)
Teterboro (http://www4.passur.com/teb.html)
St.Petersburg (http://www4.passur.com/pie.html)
Westchester (http://www4.passur.com/hpn.html)

Sirius
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:07:20 PM
About 10 miles east of IAD. :thumbsup:

Cyrus
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:11:24 PM
Oooooh. Awesome post. I LOVE listening to the control towers on United.

I'm in Stamford, CT, about 30 miles NE of LGA and JFK.:thumbsup:

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:14:50 PM
About 10 miles east of IAD. :thumbsup:

Ha ha, DC is a congested mofo......here all all the areas and you can pick and choose.......:rofl2:

Frequency...Sector Area....Description
118.7500 Green Bay Low Discrete
118.8250 New Bern Ultra High
118.9250 Johnsonville High
120.6500 Linden Low Discrete
120.8500 White Sulphur Springs Low Approach Control
121.6750 Bucks Elbow High Discrete
123.8500 Whaleyville Low Discrete
124.0250 Wilmington High
124.0500 South Boston Low Discrete
124.7250 Manteo Low
124.7700 Cedar Lake Low/High
125.4500 Millville Low/High
127.0250 Ship Bottom High
127.4250 Whaleyville Ultra High
127.7000 Sea Isle Low Discrete
127.7500 Green Bay Low
127.9250 Buena Vista Low Discrete
128.5250 Cape Charles High
128.6000 Elkins Low Discrete
132.0250 Green Bay High
132.0500 Smyrna Low
132.2250 Rocky Mount High
132.2750 Martinsburg Ultra High
132.5250 Modena Low Discrete
132.5500 Snow Hill Low
132.7750 Falls Church High
133.0250 Buena Vista High
133.1200 Sea Isle High
133.2000 Bucks Elbow Low/High
133.5750 Lynchburg Ultra High
133.6500 Grantsville Low Discrete
133.7250 Green Bay High
133.8250 Whaleyville High
133.8500 Sampson Low Discrete
133.9000 Patuxent River Low Discrete
133.9700 Falls Church High
134.1500 Hagerstown Low/High Discrete
134.4000 Buena Vista Low Discrete
134.6250 Buena Vista High
134.6250 Roanoke High
135.2000 Johnsonville Low Discrete
135.3000 Rocky Mount Low Discrete
135.4000 Bucks Elbow Low Discrete
135.5000 New Bern Low Discrete
135.5250 Falls Church High
254.3000 Ship Bottom High
256.7000 New Bern High
256.8000 Snow Hill Low
258.1000 Whaleyville High
263.1000 Bucks Elbow Low Discrete
269.4000 Green Bay High
269.6500 Martinsburg Ultra High
270.3500 Lynchburg Ultra High
272.7500 New Bern Low Discrete
275.7000 Cape Charles High
277.4000 Smyrna Low
278.5000 Sea Isle High
281.4000 Patuxent River Low Discrete
282.2000 Bucks Elbow Low/High
284.7000 Bucks Elbow High Discrete
285.4000 Sea Isle Low Discrete
285.5000 Rocky Mount Low Discrete
285.6000 Grantsville Low Discrete
287.9000 Modena Low Discrete
288.0500 Sampson Low Discrete
290.5000 Wilmington High
296.7000 Whaleyville High Do Not Publish
307.0000 South Boston Low Discrete
317.7000 Buena Vista High
319.0000 Buena Vista High
319.1000 Linden Low Discrete
322.4500 Johnsonville High
323.0000 Whaleyville Low Discrete
327.8000 Whaleyville High
348.6500 Johnsonville Low Discrete
350.3500 Manteo Low
351.8000 Falls Church High
351.9000 Green Bay High
353.9000 Buena Vista Low Discrete
354.1000 Rocky Mount High
357.6000 Falls Church High
360.6500 New Bern Ultra High
362.3000 Cedar Lake Low/High
363.0000 Millville Low/High
371.9000 Bucks Elbow High
377.1000 Green Bay Low Discrete
377.2000 Roanoke High
377.2000 Buena Vista High
380.3000 Green Bay Low
381.5000 Falls Church High
385.4000 Hagerstown Low/High Discrete
387.0500 Whaleyville Ultra High
387.1000 Elkins Low Discrete
398.8500 Whaleyville Ultra High

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:20:21 PM
Oooooh. Awesome post. I LOVE listening to the control towers on United.
I'm in Stamford, CT, about 30 miles NE of LGA and JFK.:thumbsup:

You are right on the edge of the New York and Boston control centers, so I'll give you both :thumbsup:

New York

Frequency...Sector...Area Description
118.4500 North Mountain Low Discrete
118.9750 Colts Neck Low
121.1250 Nantucket High
121.3250 North Mountain High
124.9000 Williamsport Low
125.3250 Matawan High Discrete
125.9250 Barnstable High Oceanic
127.1750 Matawan High
128.5000 Elk Mountain Low
128.5750 North Mountain High
132.1000 Flint Hill Low
132.1500 Barnegat High Discrete
132.1750 Elk Mountain High
132.2000 Big Flat Low Discrete
132.5000 Joliet Low
132.6000 Huguenot Low
132.8750 Philipsburg High
133.0500 Ship Bottom Low
133.0500 Douglaston High
133.1500 Sparta Low
133.3500 Sayre Low Discrete
133.4750 Big Flat High
133.5000 North Mountain Low
133.6750 Joliet Low
134.3250 Millville High
134.3750 Douglaston High
134.4500 Elk Mountain Low Discrete
134.5500 Ship Bottom Low
134.6000 Flint Hill Low
134.8000 Philipsburg Low Discrete
135.4500 Modena Low
135.7500 Flint Hill Low
135.8000 Barnstable High Oceanic
239.0500 Joliet Low
269.1000 North Mountain High
270.3000 Big Flat High
272.7000 Philipsburg Low Discrete
273.6000 North Mountain High
278.3000 Flint Hill Low
282.3000 Matawan High Discrete
285.5000 Huguenot Low
290.2000 Flint Hill Low
290.4000 Elk Mountain Low
298.9000 Elk Mountain High
306.2000 Philipsburg High
307.8000 Ship Bottom Low
319.9000 North Mountain Low Discrete
322.4000 Big Flat Low Discrete
322.5000 Joliet Low
335.6000 Modena Low
339.8000 Flint Hill Low
343.9000 North Mountain Low
350.3000 Matawan High
353.5000 Ship Bottom Low
354.0000 Barnegat High Discrete
363.2000 Elk Mountain Low Discrete
364.8000 North Mountain High Do Not Publish
372.0000 Sayre Low Discrete
381.4500 Millville High
381.6000 Colts Neck Low
381.6000 Barnstable High Oceanic

Boston

Frequency...Sector...Area Description
118.4250 Woodstock High
118.5500 South Acton Low
119.2500 Melrose Low
120.2500 Saint Albans Low
120.2500 Houlton Low Discrete
120.3500 Turin High
120.3500 Burlington Low/High Discrete
121.3500 Lake George Low Discrete
121.5000 Caribou Low Discrete
123.7500 Gardner Low Discrete
123.8750 Turin High
124.1250 Utica High
124.2500 Saint Albans Low Discrete
124.5250 Calverton Low Discrete
124.7500 Caribou Low Discrete
124.8500 Woodstock Low Discrete
125.5750 Shelton High Oceanic
126.4750 Rockdale High
127.6500 Woodstock Low
128.0500 Houlton Oceanic Control
128.0500 Saint Albans High
128.0500 Millinocket High
128.1000 Shelton Low
128.2000 South Acton Low Discrete
128.2000 Portland Low
128.2000 South Acton Low Discrete
128.3250 Lake George High
128.3250 Concord Low Discrete
128.7500 Barnstable Low
132.3000 Islip Low Discrete
132.6500 Cummington Low Discrete
132.9000 Barnstable Low
133.2500 Rockdale Low
133.3250 Melrose Low
133.4250 Woodstock Low/High
133.4500 Hyannis Oceanic Control
133.4500 Bucks Harbor Low/High
133.6250 Lake George High
134.0000 Shelton Low Discrete
134.3000 Kingston Low
134.7000 Lebanon Low Discrete
134.9500 Augusta High
135.0750 Shelton Low
135.2500 Turin Low
135.3250 Lake George High
135.3250 Woodstock High
135.4750 Barnstable High
135.5500 Melrose Low Discrete
135.7000 Berlin Low/High
135.8000 Islip Low
232.4000 Utica High
239.0500 Caribou Low Discrete
243.0000 Caribou Low Discrete
256.9000 Kingston Low
259.1000 Islip Low
269.2000 Woodstock Low
269.3000 Bucks Harbor Low/High
277.4000 Woodstock High
279.5000 Turin Low Discrete
281.5000 Melrose Low
282.2000 Berlin Low/High
285.4000 South Acton Low
290.3000 Barnstable Low
290.5000 Saint Albans Low Discrete
306.3000 Shelton Low
307.0000 Augusta High
307.3000 Barnstable High
307.9000 Woodstock Low Discrete
317.7000 Shelton Low Discrete
319.1000 Millinocket High
321.3000 Barnstable High
322.4000 South Acton Low Discrete
323.0000 Turin High
338.2000 Gardner Low Discrete
343.8000 Shelton High Oceanic
346.3000 Islip Low Discrete
346.4000 Houlton Low Discrete
348.7000 Lake George High
351.7000 Shelton Low
353.7000 Melrose Low
354.1000 Lake George High
360.6000 Woodstock High
360.6000 Lake George High
370.9000 Melrose Low Discrete
370.9000 Barnstable High
377.1000 Turin Low/High
379.1000 Cummington Low Discrete
379.8500 Calverton Low Discrete
380.3000 Burlington Low/High Discrete
380.3000 Turin Low/High
381.4000 Lebanon Low Discrete
387.1000 Barnstable Low
388.8000 Rockdale High
393.3000 Lake George Low Discrete
398.9000 Woodstock Low

Cyrus
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:21:31 PM
Wow. Stupid question, but what kind of equipment to I need to pick this up?

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:21:55 PM
Oh yeah, forgot to mention, the 100's are civilian and the 200's/300's are mil.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:24:22 PM
Wow. Stupid question, but what kind of equipment to I need to pick this up?

There are no stupid questions.......pretty much....:rofl2:....
I'll post some up for you

Sirius
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 05:25:42 PM
Ha ha, DC is a congested mofo......here all all the areas and you can pick and choose.......:rofl2:


Holy hell, yes it is. What kind of radio do I need to get listen in on these?

There are two or three flight paths that air traffic uses to route incoming traffic to IAD which are almost directly over my house. I wonder if you have flown over me while I was washing my car... :hmm:

Some of the aircraft are low and large enough for me make out the detail on the tail... Lol.

Speaking of radio talk... are pilots trained to speak the way they do over the radio or do you pick it up?

///M3rcy
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 06:10:28 PM
Uniden 996 Scanner, and you can hear it.

its funny how many are in the VHF band Frequency's.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 06:17:22 PM
There are two or three flight paths that air traffic uses to route incoming traffic to IAD which are almost directly over my house. I wonder if you have flown over me while I was washing my car... :hmm:

Some of the aircraft are low and large enough for me make out the detail on the tail... Lol.

Speaking of radio talk... are pilots trained to speak the way they do over the radio or do you pick it up?

Probably have, I go through IAD about 3 times a month. (over 100 total so far)

Our talk is primarily picked up through getting your ratings.
Most pilots are pretty proficient by the end of their private license, and very proficient by the end of their instrument rating.
Some pick up additional experience through just what we're doing here, listening to radios.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 06:31:03 PM
This is a pretty cool little radio/scanner for $100.
You can either listen to the scanner, the radio or both with interupt mode.
You can listen to music etc., then the scanner cuts in with the communications when it happens,
then goes back to the AM/FM, if you want it that way.
Table Top AM/FM/Scanner (http://www.sportys.com/acb/showdetl.cfm?&did=19&product_id=6679)

If you want the same thing in a hand held for 50 bucks more.
Hand Held AM/FM/Scanner (http://www.sportys.com/acb/showdetl.cfm?&Product_ID=6201&DID=19)
The only downside to these scanners is that they lack weather channels.

If you want to add a little weather radio
Weather Radio (http://www.tagpilotsupply.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=64)

This is a cool little handheld scanner for $100 that includes weather.
Handheld Scanner (http://www.marvgolden.com/scanners/maycom.htm)
Its downsides are that it doesn't have AM/FM and it can't run off an AC adapter, so batteries will get expensive unless you use rechargeables.


I call this the "geek" scanner because it can be programmed by your PC and can listen to everything around you etc. for $220
Geek Scanner (http://www.marvgolden.com/scanners/icomr2.htm)

This scanner is great for someone who wants a do-it-all radio/scanner.
AM/FM/Clock/Alarm/Scanner/Mil. freq's/Weather etc. for $139.00.....this is prob. the best all-around scanner for under $200
The refurb'd one is $95.00 with the same warranty.
Uniden BC370CRS Do-It-All Scanner AM/FM Clock Radio (http://www.unidendirect.com/itemdetail.cfm?item=BC370CRS&tabid=1)

If you're on a budget, Unidendirect has great little refurb'd handheld scanners for $48.00 with a full warranty like new ones.
Refurb'd Handheld Scanner (http://www.unidendirect.com/itemdetail.cfm?item=BC72XLT&tabid=1)

KILO15
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:10:30 PM
Cool. What are the frequencies for miami.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:18:56 PM
Frequency....Sector Area....Description
124.7000 Miami Low/High Oceanic
125.0750 Vero Beach High
125.7000 Nassau Low Oceanic
126.5250 Avon Park High
127.2000 Avon Park Low Discrete
127.7000 Miami Low
128.2250 Sarasota High
128.6500 Melbourne High
132.1500 West Palm Beach Low Discrete
132.2000 Key West Low/High Discrete
132.2500 Vero Beach Low Discrete
132.3000 Grand Turk Low Oceanic
132.3500 Sarasota Low Discrete
132.4000 Miami Low Discrete
132.4500 Pahokee Low
132.7000 Key West Low/High Oceanic
132.9500 Miami Low
133.2000 Miami Low
133.2750 Fort Myers Low
133.4000 West Palm Beach Low
133.5000 OrlandoMwindemere Low
133.5500 Pahokee Low Discrete
133.8500 Miami Low Oceanic
133.9000 Sarasota High
134.2000 Grand Bahama Island Low
134.5500 Avon Park Low
134.7500 Fort Myers Low Discrete
134.8000 Nassau High Oceanic
135.0750 Melbourne High Oceanic
135.1750 West Palm Beach Low
135.2000 Grand Turk High Oceanic
135.2250 Miami High Oceanic
135.7000 Vero Beach Low
243.0000 Avon Park Low/High
256.7000 Avon Park Low Discrete
257.7000 Avon Park Low
263.1000 West Palm Beach Low
269.0500 Miami Low
269.3000 Melbourne Low Discrete
278.5000 West Palm Beach Low
281.4000 Key West Low/High
281.5000 Miami Low Discrete
285.5000 Avon Park High
291.6000 Pahokee Low Discrete
296.7000 Miami Low/High
298.9000 Nassau High Oceanic
306.9000 Key West Low/High Oceanic
307.1000 Pahokee Low
307.2000 Grand Turk Low Oceanic
307.3000 Sarasota High
307.9000 Nassau Low Oceanic
319.0000 Vero Beach High
319.1000 Miami Low Oceanic
322.4500 Avon Park Low
322.5000 Fort Myers Low Discrete
322.5500 OrlandoMwindemere Low
323.0000 Miami Low/High Oceanic
323.1000 Key West Low/High Discrete
323.2000 Brooksville High
327.0000 Grand Turk Low
335.5000 Fort Myers Low
343.7000 Melbourne High
348.7000 Melbourne High
349.0000 Avon Park Low Discrete
353.6000 West Palm Beach Low Discrete
353.9000 Miami Low
363.0500 Grand Bahama Island Low
363.1000 Sarasota High
363.2000 Miami Low/High Oceanic
370.9000 Vero Beach Low Discrete
377.1000 Sarasota Low Discrete
379.2500 Melbourne High Oceanic
381.4500 Miami High Oceanic
381.6000 Sarasota Low/High
398.9000 Vero Beach Low

Teso
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:19:27 PM
Cool. What are the frequencies for miami.

You're talking to CARVER, therefore is MIA, not Miami. :D

KILO15
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:20:06 PM
You're talking to CARVER, therefore is MIA, not Miami. :D

:banghead:

:beer: carver

Ninja K
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:20:20 PM
What digital scanner do you recommend?

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 09:53:05 PM
I like the BCD396T because you can take it with you, it has some cool features
and it gets military frequencies. $500 though.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 10:09:43 PM
For those of you that just want to hear ATC (air traffic control)
communications and procedures, I have linked you to JFK (New York Kennedy)
airport in real time, live communications, for free on your computer.......:thumbsup:

JFK Departure Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_dep.m3u)

JFK Final Approach Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_app_final.m3u)

Yes it is legal, you are not breaking the law.....:rofl2:
If you get an error on your media player, just click the link again, the bandwidth isn't the best in the world.

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 10:33:38 PM
For those of you that want more. and that isn't enough....lol

Atlanta South Tower (mms://207.44.184.59/southatlantatower)
Atlanta North Tower (mms://207.44.184.59/northatlantatower)
Atlanta Approach (mms://207.44.184.59/approach)
Atlanta Center Enroute Control (mms://207.44.184.59/macey_talkingrock)


Real time (1 min. update approx.) Atlanta Center Radar and Atlanta Airport Radar
Atlanta Center Radar (http://atcmonitor.com/atlanta/screen.html)
Atlanta Airport Radar (http://atcmonitor.com/atlanta/screen.html)

These are all live, real time links and visuals. :thumbsup:

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 10:41:02 PM
This is for you Trevor, DCA Tower/Approach cycling, live.

DCA Tower/Approach (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kdca.m3u)

suprauto
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 10:45:25 PM
There are two or three flight paths that air traffic uses to route incoming traffic to IAD which are almost directly over my house. I wonder if you have flown over me while I was washing my car... :hmm:

:haha:


For those of you that just want to hear ATC (air traffic control)
communications and procedures, I have linked you to JFK (New York Kennedy)
airport in real time, live communications, for free on your computer.......:thumbsup:

JFK Departure Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_dep.m3u)

JFK Final Approach Control (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kjfk_app_final.m3u)

Yes it is legal, you are not breaking the law.....:rofl2:
If you get an error on your media player, just click the link again, the bandwidth isn't the best in the world.

:agree: :roll:

Nice to turn the tables, once in awhile.

Let's call it, The Patriots ACT!! :roll:


So what's the frequency for AF1 .... :whistle:


:rofl2:

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 10:52:52 PM
Sorry Kilo, I tried to get you Miami, but the link is down right now.
Here's Orlando though
Orlando Approach/Tower Cycling (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kmco.m3u)

CARVER
Sat, Nov-17-2007, 11:03:34 PM
And for Teso.....Bogota!

Bogota (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/skbo2.m3u)

This one takes a few clicks to get fired up.......lol
It's also not very busy airspace so there's a bit of space between transmissions..

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 12:31:39 AM
And real time updating radar overlays for a few airports......give them about 1 minute to fully populate the moving maps and id's....
If you click on the acft, it will tell you their speed and altitude and type if entered.......
You can change the scale and look back in history if you like also...

Boca Raton (http://www4.passur.com/bct.html)
Boston (http://www4.passur.com/bos.html)
Burbank (http://www4.passur.com/bur.html)
Santa Ana (http://www4.passur.com/sna.html)
Van Nuys (http://www4.passur.com/vny.html)
Los Angeles (http://www4.passur.com/lax.html)
Ontario (http://www4.passur.com/ont.html)
San Diego (http://www4.passur.com/san.html)
San Francisco (http://live.airportnetwork.com/sfo/)
Nantucket (http://www4.passur.com/ack.html)
New Orleans (http://www4.passur.com/msy.html)
New York Kennedy (http://www4.passur.com/jfk.html)
New York La Guardia (http://www4.passur.com/lga.html)
New York Newark (http://www4.passur.com/ewr.html)
Teterboro (http://www4.passur.com/teb.html)
St.Petersburg (http://www4.passur.com/pie.html)
Westchester (http://www4.passur.com/hpn.html)

RONIN009
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 12:38:26 AM
Voted...one of the coolest threads eva!

bmwMpower1
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 12:44:37 AM
Can I has Jeffco airport in Colorado freq? kthx

RONIN009
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 12:48:29 AM
Can I has Jeffco airport in Colorado freq? kthx

:rofl2::rofl2::rofl2:

bmwMpower1
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 12:51:34 AM
Opps they changed their name to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
http://www.jeffco.us/airport/

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:00:44 AM
Can I has Jeffco airport in Colorado freq? kthx

You can has.....

Airport Frequencies:
ATIS: 126.25 mHz
Tower (1300 - 0500Z / 0600 - 2200L): 118.6 mHz
Ground: 121.7 mHz
Denver Air (fuel): 122.95 mHz
Stevens Aviation (fuel): 131.62 mHz
Traffic Pattern Altitude:
6458 MSL (Light)
6658 MSL (Heavy)
Denver Approach / Departure: 128.45 mHz
118.6 CTAF (Monitored by Denver Approach after ATCT closure)

bmwMpower1
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:03:34 AM
You can has.....

Airport Frequencies:
ATIS: 126.25 mHz
Tower (1300 - 0500Z / 0600 - 2200L): 118.6 mHz
Ground: 121.7 mHz
Denver Air (fuel): 122.95 mHz
Stevens Aviation (fuel): 131.62 mHz
Traffic Pattern Altitude:
6458 MSL (Light)
6658 MSL (Heavy)
Denver Approach / Departure: 128.45 mHz
118.6 CTAF (Monitored by Denver Approach after ATCT closure)

Thanks I try them out with a scanzor later. Listening to JFK now. :thumbsup:

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:05:05 AM
You can has more......

Centennial Airport live communications, Denver (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kapa.m3u)

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:08:03 AM
Ok, now I'm going to freak you out.......

Rocky Mountain Airport Communications (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kbjc.m3u)

:rofl2:

Don't anyone try to have a private conversation on your cell tonight,
I'm on a roll......lol

bmwMpower1
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:11:56 AM
Ok, now I'm going to freak you out.......

Rocky Mountain Airport Communications (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kbjc.m3u)

:rofl2:

Don't anyone try to have a private conversation on your cell tonight,
I'm on a roll......lol

NICE :beer:

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 01:28:56 AM
Voted...one of the coolest threads eva!

Hey thanks bro,

Having a hard time getting the Hawaii live feed to work (you are out there 2000+ miles in the Pacific Ocean....lol)
But here are the freq's if you have a scanner......

HAWAII
Honolulu Center

Hamakua - 126.6
Kokee - 119.9
Mt. Haleakala - 127.6 126.0 124.1 119.3
Mt. Kaala - 126.5
Waimanalo - 119.3
HDH - Dillingham Airfield & Gliderport, Oahu

123.0: Dillingham Unicom


HNL - Honolulu International Airport, Oahu

127.9, 279.4: Honolulu ATIS
121.4, 281.4: Honolulu Clearance Delivery
121.8 .......... Honolulu Ramp Control
121.9, 348.6: Honolulu Ground Control
118.1, 257.8: Honolulu Tower
118.3, 269.0: Honolulu Approach/Departure
119.1, 265.0: Honolulu Approach/Departure
124.8, 317.6: Honolulu East Departure (VFR Flights)


HNM - Hana Airport, Maui

122.9......... Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

ITO - General Lyman Field, Hilo International Airport, Hawaii

126.4........... Hilo ATIS
121.9........... Hilo Ground Control
118.1, 263.1: Hilo Tower
119.7, 269.2: Hilo Approach


JHM - Kapalua/West Maui Airport, Maui

122.7......... Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

JRF - Kalaeloa Airport (formerly Barbers Point NAS), Oahu

119.8............ Kalaeloa ATIS
121.7, 380.5: Kalaeloa Clearance Delivery
123.8, 336.4: Kalaeloa Ground (0600-2200)
132.6, 340.2: Kalaeloa Tower (0600-2200)
118.3........... Honolulu Approach/Departure
134.4, 305.2: Radar Advisories
299.6:......... Radar Advisories


KOA - Keahole/Kona International Airport, Hawaii

127.4.......... Kona ATIS
121.9.......... Kona Ground
120.3, 254.3: Kona Tower


LIH - Lihue Airport, Kauai

127.2.......... Lihue ATIS
121.9...........Lihue Ground
118.9, 263.1: Lihue Tower


LNY - Lanai Airport, Lanai

122.9........ Common Traffc Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

LUP - Kalaupapa Airport, Molokai

122.9........ Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

MKK - Molokai Airport, Molokai

128.2......... Molokai ATIS
121.9,.........Molokai Ground
125.7, 306.2: Molokai Tower


MUE - Waimea-Kohala Airport, Hawaii

122.9........ Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

OGG - Kahului International Airport, Maui

128.6........... Maui ATIS
120.6, 290.5: Maui Clearance Delivery
121.9, 348.6: Maui Ground
118.7, 279.6: Maui Tower
119.5, 343.8: Maui Approach/Departure South
120.2, 322.4: Maui Approach/Departure North
122.95......... Maui Unicom


PAK - Port Allen Airport, Kauai

122.9: Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories


UPP - Upolu Airport, Hawaii

122.9 Common Traffic Advisory Frequency/Radar Advisories

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 03:53:13 AM
For those who want to browse their areas,

Live Feed Listings (http://www.liveatc.net/feedindex.php)
Airport Information, Frequencies and Weather (http://www.fltplan.com/) (You don't need to register)
Enroute and High Altitude Frequencies (http://www.milaircomms.com/artcc_frequencies.html)
Real Time Airport Demand Stats (http://www.fly.faa.gov/Products/AADC/aadc.html)

Beowoulf
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 04:11:38 PM
Thanks Andrew, this is pretty darn cool. LAX looks like a hornets nest even at 8 AM.

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 04:31:05 PM
You're welcome Alex.
And you can see they are only landing 24R and departing 25L on that shot.
That means the traffic is 1/2 of capacity right now.
Also, they close 25R/24L on weekends to finish the connecting taxiways for the A380 clearances. So it is usually about twice what you see.

If you ever want to see the specific airport information ie. weather/closures/layout/charts/services etc.
Go to this link, enter the airport ("lax" in this case).
Then click on the "current weather for KLAX" for the ATIS and other weather.
This works for all airports.

Airport Information, Weather and NOTAMS (http://www.fltplan.com/AwMainToAirportSearch.exe?CRN10=1&CARRYUNAME=PILOT&MODE=SEARCH&end=end)
(notices to airmen)

In this shot, you can see the new runway, 25L, with its whiter appearance and added clearance from its adjacent runway, 25R.
Also notice the taxiway construction going on. All for the A380.....
http://www.viptracking.com/airportphotos/KLAX.jpg

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 04:47:36 PM
San Francisco now added to the radar displays on pg. 3, and,

SFO Tower (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_twr.m3u)
NORCAL Approach (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_app.m3u) (NORCAL covers San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose basically.)
NORCAL Departure (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksfo_dep.m3u)

CARVER
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 05:23:55 PM
The first post in the thread now has all of the direct communications/radar links for quick viewing any time you want to listen or see.
Post if you'd like another airport listed in the comm. section.
The radars are maxed out right now. :thumbsup:

tobes
Sun, Nov-18-2007, 05:55:58 PM
Probably have, I go through IAD about 3 times a month. (over 100 total so far)

Our talk is primarily picked up through getting your ratings.
Most pilots are pretty proficient by the end of their private license, and very proficient by the end of their instrument rating.
Some pick up additional experience through just what we're doing here, listening to radios.

not only that, but after a while you learn how to say hello and goodby in just about every language :D

CARVER
Mon, Nov-19-2007, 04:22:54 PM
True, true, but it also reminds of how language limited we are in the US....
Heh, knew there was a reason Rosetta Stone parked their stand in front of our ops at IAD....lol

sqpablo
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 12:10:09 AM
Do you have link for Albuquerque Center? 120.55?

Bents
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 12:35:21 AM
Gimme IAD!

CARVER
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 01:15:37 AM
sqpablo: ABQ is down sorry.....you should set up an antenna, scanner, interface and submit it as a server for everyone! :beer:

BCoffee: IAD is down but DCA is already on the list and here's BWI for you which will have some
IAD traffic comm. on it because it scans Potomac Approach/Departure....:thumbsup:

BWI/Potomac App/Dep (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kbwi.m3u)

Bents
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 01:26:06 AM
Nice, thanks!

CARVER
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 01:27:12 AM
:beer:

suprauto
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 03:08:36 AM
Thanks Andrew, this is pretty darn cool. LAX looks like a hornets nest even at 8 AM.

should probably quadruple, or so by Wednesday. :thumbsup:

CARVER
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 03:27:00 AM
Yup, it will be busy this week.

Hey Trev and BJ, if you guys happen to be up at 5:40 am tomorrow morning (Tues.), and want to check it out,
I'll be flying over your houses and talking on Potomac approach between 5:40 and 5:50 am EST.
Scheduled to land at IAD between 5:50-5:55 am.

The call sign will be "United 212 heavy"

On Tues. night at around 7:15 pm I'll be taking off and talking to Potomac departure at approx. 7:15-7:25 pm with the call sign "United 639"

The second call sign won't have "heavy" on the end because we're flying a 767 in, and a 757 out.

tobes
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 03:37:13 AM
Yup, it will be busy this week.

Hey Trev and BJ, if you guys happen to be up at 5:40 am tomorrow morning (Tues.), and want to check it out,
I'll be flying over your houses and talking on Potomac approach between 5:40 and 5:50 am EST.
Scheduled to land at IAD between 5:50-5:55 am.

The call sign will be "United 212 heavy"

On Tues. night at around 7:15 pm I'll be taking off and talking to Potomac departure at approx. 7:15-7:25 pm with the call sign "United 639"

The second call sign won't have "heavy" on the end because we're flying a 767 in, and a 757 out.

:D Talking to Potomac approach is a normal occurence here. Talked to them today, as a matter of fact. Fly safe :beer:

CARVER
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 03:48:23 AM
tobes, :thumbsup:
The funny thing is, you guys could listen to the LAX link at 10:30 PST (1:30 EST) and here us take off,
go to bed, get up at 5:40 am EST and here us coming over your houses......:rofl2:

tobes
Tue, Nov-20-2007, 04:51:19 AM
tobes, :thumbsup:
The funny thing is, you guys could listen to the LAX link at 10:30 PST (1:30 EST) and here us take off,
go to bed, get up at 5:40 am EST and here us coming over your houses......:rofl2:

mmmm.....the red-eye......Don't miss those night flight. Its nice to do most of the flying during the day unless we head to Europe or the Far East. :thumbsup:

CARVER
Wed, Nov-21-2007, 06:54:53 AM
Actually they're some of our best.
24 hr. total away from base, two days pay and you get home on a normal clock and
22 days off per month (if you don't count the 22:30-24:00 period), 88hrs. pay/mo. I love 'em.

CARVER
Wed, Nov-21-2007, 08:34:53 PM
Just realized I didn't post any military bases.
Understand that these mil. bases also work local approach and departure control for civilian traffic flying through their airspace.
So you'll hear civilian and mil. aircraft.

Grissom AFB, Indiana (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kgus.m3u)
Travis AFB, California (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/ksuu.m3u)

And an airport which primarily deals with students being trained.

Embry-Riddle, Prescott, Arizona (http://audio.liveatc.net:8012/kprc.m3u)

Challenger 800
Wed, Nov-21-2007, 08:44:30 PM
What does "heavy" mean ?? you have passengers on board maybe ??

CARVER you ever fly out of PBI ?? probly not I think. I imagine you goto MIA though.

I wouldnt want to live in any flightpath, the only places here in the areas around airports are the ghettos anyway..

HAHA Trev lives in the ghetto :)

When I was a kid my uncle would flash his landing lights as he flew past our house on his approach to PBI. He was flying a 707 for National btw. Talk about old school.

CARVER
Wed, Nov-21-2007, 08:55:49 PM
What does "heavy" mean ?? you have passengers on board maybe ??

300,000 lbs.+ aircraft....for wake turbulence awareness.........we leave a big wake.....:D

CARVER you ever fly out of PBI ?? probly not I think. I imagine you goto MIA though.

Yeah, exactly, go through MIA and MCO quite a bit.

I wouldnt want to live in any flightpath, the only places here in the areas around airports are the ghettos anyway..

HAHA Trev lives in the ghetto :)

I wonder if I woke those guys up Tuesday morning.....lol
Actually there are some 7-10 million dollar homes to the west here.
All depends where the sand and surf is....:D

CARVER
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 06:14:08 PM
When I was a kid my uncle would flash his landing lights as he flew past our house on his approach to PBI. He was flying a 707 for National btw. Talk about old school.

Sorry man, I missed that part before.
Hey, lol, we still do that.
That's a cool thing to do for the family and kids in the neighborhood.

Also have friends with transceivers who I'll shoot the breeze with enroute on open freqs.

A couple affordable, popular transceivers:

For people who think they might take lessons someday or want a little more power, spend the extra $35.00 and get the Nav/Comm.
It also gives you the ability to navigate via VOR stations while in flight.

Nav-Comm (http://www.marvgolden.com/transeivers/vxa300n.htm)

For people who just want a ground transceiver mainly for listening and only transmitting very infrequently, just get the Comm.

Comm only (http://www.marvgolden.com/transeivers/vxa220.htm)

These are great prices, and these also scan so for those that wanted a scanner, this is another great option.

Sirius
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 06:56:05 PM
Andrew, what do you guys do up in the flight deck on those 10+ hour long flights?

Sirius
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 06:57:30 PM
What does "heavy" mean ?? you have passengers on board maybe ??

CARVER you ever fly out of PBI ?? probly not I think. I imagine you goto MIA though.

I wouldnt want to live in any flightpath, the only places here in the areas around airports are the ghettos anyway..

HAHA Trev lives in the ghetto :)

When I was a kid my uncle would flash his landing lights as he flew past our house on his approach to PBI. He was flying a 707 for National btw. Talk about old school.

Lawl. Naw. I am about 10-12 miles away from the airfield. The planes are actually fairly quiet.

Sirius
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 07:11:55 PM
Yup, it will be busy this week.

Hey Trev and BJ, if you guys happen to be up at 5:40 am tomorrow morning (Tues.), and want to check it out,
I'll be flying over your houses and talking on Potomac approach between 5:40 and 5:50 am EST.
Scheduled to land at IAD between 5:50-5:55 am.

The call sign will be "United 212 heavy"

On Tues. night at around 7:15 pm I'll be taking off and talking to Potomac departure at approx. 7:15-7:25 pm with the call sign "United 639"

The second call sign won't have "heavy" on the end because we're flying a 767 in, and a 757 out.

:hmm:

I don't think that is near me. Here is an image from Google Earth. The blue arrows represent the most common flight path I see aircraft take (or about around there). The yellow flag is my house. What approach is that?

CARVER
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 07:12:30 PM
Andrew, what do you guys do up in the flight deck on those 10+ hour long flights?

Good question.

Anything sched. over 8hr. requires something called "augmentation".
That means a 3rd. pilot has to be rotated through the flight deck so that each pilot works less than 8hr. total.
The capt. will be there for the take off and landing and take a break in the middle while the other two guys (first officers)
will negotiate their break schedules.
On longer flights like Australia, Asia, etc., there will be 1 capt. and 3 first officers.
But it's still 7+ hours sometimes, so we're supposed to only do airplane related things, update charts, manuals etc.
Most guys bring reading materials from home or "cough, computers, cough" that plug
into the vacuum cleaner outlets for the ground cleaners....:D
I usually do my financial software stuff along with reading the latest developments in that area.
Others will also catch up on news, world events, various newspapers etc.
We're not supposed to take naps while in the seat, but let me put it this way.......
would you rather I rest while we're separated by 10+ mi. from other acft. and 7 mi. above the ground,
or when we're doing 250 mph close to the ground?

Many of these rules were written by guys sitting at desks at the FAA who don't live the life and
don't work day in, day out in the field in long haul acft. ops.

You do what you have to do. :thumbsup2:

CARVER
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 07:20:41 PM
:hmm:

I don't think that is near me. Here is an image from Google Earth. The blue arrows represent the most common flight path I see aircraft take (or about around there). The yellow flag is my house. What approach is that?

That's the common visual approach path they put us on during north operations (landing to the north)
when it's VMC (visual meteorological conditions)
That is a standard visual right traffic pattern (right turns)
During IMC (instrument meteorological conditions) they'll bring the east bound traffic (us coming from the west)
in for a left downwind (left turns) on the other side of the airport. If you see the perpendicular runway
pointing to the northwest (runway 30), that's what we usually take off on and head straight out to the west.

Sirius
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 07:38:02 PM
Good question.

Anything sched. over 8hr. requires something called "augmentation".
That means a 3rd. pilot has to be rotated through the flight deck so that each pilot works less than 8hr. total.
The capt. will be there for the take off and landing and take a break in the middle while the other two guys (first officers)
will negotiate their break schedules.
On longer flights like Australia, Asia, etc., there will be 1 capt. and 3 first officers.
But it's still 7+ hours sometimes, so we're supposed to only do airplane related things, update charts, manuals etc.
Most guys bring reading materials from home or "cough, computers, cough" that plug
into the vacuum cleaner outlets for the ground cleaners....:D
I usually do my financial software stuff along with reading the latest developments in that area.
Others will also catch up on news, world events, various newspapers etc.
We're not supposed to take naps while in the seat, but let me put it this way.......
would you rather I rest while we're separated by 10+ mi. from other acft. and 7 mi. above the ground,
or when we're doing 250 mph close to the ground?

Many of these rules were written by guys sitting at desks at the FAA who don't live the life and
don't work day in, day out in the field in long haul acft. ops.

You do what you have to do. :thumbsup2:

I hear ya. And yes, I would rather you nap high up and separated than down low in clutter.

That's the common visual approach path they put us on during north operations (landing to the north)
when it's VMC (visual meteorological conditions)
That is a standard visual right traffic pattern (right turns)
During IMC (instrument meteorological conditions) they'll bring the east bound traffic (us coming from the west)
in for a left downwind (left turns) on the other side of the airport. If you see the perpendicular runway
pointing to the northwest (runway 30), that's what we usually take off on and head straight out to the west.

Gotcha. I am used to taking off from runway 30 when I fly out west to visit family. I'll have to pay attention the next time I fly into Dulles to see which way we come in.

I have noticed that around here, especially when it's windy (like today) the plane will be flying extra low. My house is almost at the spot where a lot of pilots will deploy their landing gear.

Btw, I was probably up the other night when you flew over. :rofl3:

I'll have to get a scanner and listen for you next time then I'll signal you with my 1,000,000 candle power flashlight. ;)

(I did this once to a Police chopper who was hovering a few miles away from my house. I did it three times and then suddenly the chopper rotated towards me and a bright light came from it... they turned their spot light on me. :laughhard: I got scared and ran inside my house). Haha.

CARVER
Thu, Nov-22-2007, 08:06:11 PM
I have noticed that around here, especially when it's windy (like today) the plane will be flying extra low. My house is almost at the spot where a lot of pilots will deploy their landing gear.

Btw, I was probably up the other night when you flew over. :rofl3:

I'll have to get a scanner and listen for you next time then I'll signal you with my 1,000,000 candle power flashlight. ;)

(I did this once to a Police chopper who was hovering a few miles away from my house. I did it three times and then suddenly the chopper rotated towards me and a bright light came from it... they turned their spot light on me. :laughhard: I got scared and ran inside my house). Haha.

Yeah, when guys are doing the full ILS, they'll intercept the glide slope from below (lower altitude)
and drop their gear right before that point. It is usually
about 6-7 mile final when the gear is lowered at IAD 1R.
Runway 1R approach chart (http://www.airnav.com/depart?http://204.108.4.16/d-tpp/0712/05100IL1R.PDF)

Yeah, get a scanner or transceiver and check it out.

LOL at the police chopper....you interupted their donut break.....lol