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Offline Lynch_Christopher

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Atlanta TRACON
« on: September 08, 2008, 09:37:52 PM »
I was wondering if anyone happened to have the frequencies for the altanta tracon. I am flying from tpa to HPN and have a layover in atlanta for about 2 hours on saturday. If anyone has those frequencies I would greatly appreciate it.



Offline Bob2

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2008, 07:34:04 PM »
It looks like they use every frequency known to man!  These are from last year's charts but are likely still current.

ARR ATIS 119.65, DEP ATIS 125.55
CLNC 118.1
RAMP CONTROL 1/131.45, 2/131.85, 3/129.27, 4/130.07, 5/129.37, 6/131.37
GROUND  121.9 8s/26s, 121.75 9s/27s, 121.65 10/28
TOWER  119.1 8L/26R, 125.32 8R/26L, 119.3 9R/27L, 123.85 9L/27R, 119.5 10/28
DEP 125.7 8s/26s, 135.7 9s/27s, 135.37 10/28
APP 127.9 SE-SW, 126.9 NW, 128.0 NE
Possible APP/SATELLITE 118.35, 119.8, 121.0, 125.0, 125.9, 127.25
Center (not sure of transmitter locations):
119.37 22/H, 121.35 49/L, 124.32 23/U, 133.1 38/L 134.8 18/L

Bob

Offline jimm1909

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2009, 02:14:12 AM »
It looks like they use every frequency known to man!  These are from last year's charts but are likely still current.

ARR ATIS 119.65, DEP ATIS 125.55
CLNC 118.1
RAMP CONTROL 1/131.45, 2/131.85, 3/129.27, 4/130.07, 5/129.37, 6/131.37
GROUND  121.9 8s/26s, 121.75 9s/27s, 121.65 10/28
TOWER  119.1 8L/26R, 125.32 8R/26L, 119.3 9R/27L, 123.85 9L/27R, 119.5 10/28
DEP 125.7 8s/26s, 135.7 9s/27s, 135.37 10/28
APP 127.9 SE-SW, 126.9 NW, 128.0 NE
Possible APP/SATELLITE 118.35, 119.8, 121.0, 125.0, 125.9, 127.25
Center (not sure of transmitter locations):
119.37 22/H, 121.35 49/L, 124.32 23/U, 133.1 38/L 134.8 18/L

Bob


Bob-

Thanks, i have been looking for this information also.. hopefully its still current
Jim Mason - Atlanta Hotels Operator

Offline byoungblood

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2009, 03:36:20 PM »
Let's see...

Satellite:
121.0 (NW)
126.975 (NE)
119.8 (SW)
128.57(SE)
127.5 (Outlying NE, GVL, AHN)
124.2 (MCN Approach, part of A80)
125.5 (CSG Approach, part of A80)

KATL approach/departure frequencies:
128.0 (NW Arrival)
128.52 (NE Arrival)
127.9 (S Arrival)

127.25 (8/26 L/R Final)
124.6 (9/27 L/R Final)
118.35 (10/28 Final)

125.7 (8/26 L/R Departure)
135.7 (9/27 L/R Departure)
135.37 (10/28 Departure)


Others of interest:
125.9 McCollum Tower
120.9 DeKalb Peachtree Tower
118.45 Fulton County Tower
124.1 Briscoe Tower
120.75 Dobbins Tower

134.120, 138.4 Dobbins GCA (listen to PAR approaches)

The center frequencies look to be correct. You can receive 133.1, 134.8, and 121.35 fairly well on the north side of Atlanta. They all share the same remote transmitter site on Mt Oglethorpe NNW of Atlanta.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2009, 03:39:34 PM by byoungblood »

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Offline MIAMIATC

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2009, 11:47:40 PM »
From my vantage ATL arrivals from ATL ARTCC are

121.35-from the NE
132.05-from the NW
123.95-from the SE
120.45-from the SW

Departures are as follows

124.45-to the NE/E
134.5-to the S
134.95-to the W/NW
133.1-to the N

Offline MIAMIATC

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #5 on: May 08, 2009, 08:39:37 AM »
Here comes some Sector Charts and Frequencies for High Altitude

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #6 on: May 08, 2009, 08:44:12 AM »
Sorry Gang These are the ones with the Frequencies written in

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2009, 08:36:45 AM »
Very cool...do you have the low altitude map?

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2009, 05:07:27 PM »
Here You Go

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Re: Atlanta TRACON
« Reply #9 on: May 10, 2009, 09:04:09 PM »
Circled frequencies are primary ones designated in the sectors. Multiple frequencies in depicted sectors are sometimes switched around.