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Listener Forum / Re: Looking to bring back KTPA
« Last post by grapkoski on Today at 04:30:24 PM »
I feel like the TPA tower frequency is just off. I've only heard traffic and not the tower controllers.

Boeing 737 cargo jet has been recovered from a lake after overshooting the runway on landing in France, forcing officials to call in heavy recovery equipment and mobilize over 100 personnel. Nobody was hurt during the ordeal.The plane, operated by Spain's Swiftair for Swedish cargo airline West Atlantic, is reported to have been flying a domestic route in France from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to Montpellier Airport (MPL) early Saturday morning according to Aviation Source News. At 2:36 a.m., the Boeing 737-400F freighter exhausted the overshoot area at the end of Runway 12L during landing, coming to a stop with its nose in a body of water referred to as Gold Pond, according to a local press release. Flight Global reports the plane approached in misty, low-visibility conditions with a crosswind, though no official explanation for the crash has yet been offered.

A brigade of 60 emergency responders rushed to the scene, including water rescue specialists. The crew of three, however, were reportedly uninjured, and the cabin door appears to have remained above the waterline, simplifying the rescue. This left authorities only the plane's recovery to see through, which meant calling in earthmoving equipment and multiple heavy cranes. Montpellier Airport remained closed to air traffic during the recovery process, forcing Easyjet to cancel its route between Gatwick Airport (LGW) outside London, England, and France.
As of about 6:00 p.m. Sunday, the plane had been recovered from the lake without inflicting any additional damage to its airframe, according to a follow-up press release. Videos uploaded to Twitter show the aircraft being hauled away via heavy truck, likely for investigation, which is underway at the hands of French air safety officials. Operations at Montpellier Airport are planned to resume on Monday afternoon according to @airlivenet on Twitter.
Listener Forum / Re: Aircraft not on FR24
« Last post by datainmotion on September 26, 2022, 01:14:08 PM »
Anyone know why?

Try They don't block any aircraft.
Once on that page, if you click the "U" button, it will show only military aircraft.
Aviation News (General) / Re: NOAA49 Airborne over Tropical Storm Ian
« Last post by KB4TEZ on September 26, 2022, 06:34:59 AM »
Those of us who live here in South Fla, so respect them, they are truly life savers.
How would you like to have a job with this flight plan ?
God bless them all !!!
Your email had gone into spam. We will publish your feed shortly.
So, I've had KLGD's CTAF and Guard streaming successfully for a while now with a test setup. (Anyone can listen to it at or

What do I need to do to get this published? I tried replying to the setup email a week or two ago and tried filling out the contact us form. Haven't seen anything yet. I did try to search my email for anything in hopes I would find anything that went to spam.

Maybe a post here will work?
Listener Forum / New CYCG FSS/ATF/Guard/RDO feed
« Last post by JetScan1 on September 24, 2022, 11:10:01 PM »
Thanks for providing the new CYCG FSS/ATF/Guard/RDO Feed.

The feed isn't that busy so just wondering if the Vancouver Center frequency 134.200 could be added ? Should be able to hear the controller as the RCAG is located there. (Ideally a separate feed).

Also FYI there is no mention of an ATF 123.200 (It's 122.100 same as RDO) and Pacific Radio (FSS) is 125.850 (not 126.700).
Feed Outage/Status Reports / YHZ & CYAW both down - Power Outage - Fiona *Now up*
« Last post by blacktop on September 24, 2022, 12:34:39 AM »
*Have to physically get to site to restart the computers connected to scanners. SDRs are working though. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Both sites are down due to power loss as a result of Hurricane Fiona. As of 0430Z Sept 24 there are slightly over 2000 power outages and 1/4 of the population of Nova Scotia is without power (250k). Hurricane to hit land around 0900Z, so sites may possibly be down for an extended period.
(I've attached the initial report audio)

The aircraft performing flight #UA149 from Newark to Sao Paulo was seen with sparks coming from the landing gear compartiment on takeoff from runway 22L.  The Boeing 777-200ER (reg. N787UA) climbed to 24,000ft over the sea and started to dump fuel in order to loose weight.

Pilots reported a problem with hydraulics, causing sparks and falling debris.

The flight returned to Newark Airport for a safe landing 1h30 later
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