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Listener Forum / Re: LSZH archive issue
« Last post by dave on May 04, 2023, 09:25:01 AM »
Thanks for the report.

That particular site is heavily loaded and has some tech issues. We will take another look but it may be as optimized as it can be already.
Listener Forum / LSZH archive issue
« Last post by Jutu87 on May 04, 2023, 09:16:23 AM »
When listening LSZH Tower and Apron feeds, those includes lot of small "jumps" which can be heard when ATC&Aircraft are talking - some words jumping over. It can be seen also total length of feed. Normal cases length are almost 32min but LSZH feed are 60-80sec shorter because of that jumping issue.

Listener Forum / Re: frequency
« Last post by RonR on May 04, 2023, 09:15:14 AM »
 119.500 is the correct tower/CTAF frequency for KSAF but there seems to be an issue with the scanner radio at the feed site, that's why there's no audio at the moment.  LiveATC is aware of the problem.  The feed might be removed temporarily until the issue is resolved.  Hopefully it won't take too long.
Aviation News (General) / FAA Air Traffic Controller Hiring Window Opening May 5
« Last post by RonR on May 03, 2023, 02:38:01 PM »
For any and all who are interested in becoming an air traffic controller, the FAA application window for 2023 will be opening up on May 5 and will run through May 8.  You can go here for more information:

Good luck!  Ron
Listener Forum / frequency
« Last post by on May 03, 2023, 02:24:18 PM »
LiveATC claims that KSAF tower is on 119.500 but there never seems to be any activity there?
Aviation Audio Clips / The end of an era✈️
« Last post by KB4TEZ on May 03, 2023, 01:46:09 PM »
Flew on many of them !!!

(from Endeavor Air)

On Sunday, April 30, Endeavor Air operated its final CRJ-200 flight, departing from Brunswick, GA, and arriving in Atlanta.
Our ATL team handed out t-shirts, cookies, cake and keychains to the passengers to celebrate the last flight.
Endeavor CEO Jim Graham and Endeavor COO Brian Darsow flew on the final turn and gave a warm welcome to the passengers.
Farewell to the 200!✌️
“It was exciting, and it was an honor to fly the last 200 flight; I don’t know how we got so lucky. I will definitely miss this aircraft.” -Captain Dana Rethmel
I really try to avoid doing any "cross posting" here, but on occasion one jumps out at me, and it's too good not to share.
Most of us have probably heard it before, but always a good re-run !
Enjoy ! Thanks Aviationgeekclub !
(youtube story in the link as well)

‘I asked the tower Would you like a flyby down the runway or down the ramp? The guy said Down the ramp! When I said okay, I sucked the gear up, pushed the power up. We started heading towards the ramp, towards the tower. As we were approaching it, I rolled the plane up away from the tower and lit the afterburners. We went around and made a pass. The tower controller said “Beautiful, beautiful, come back and do another one”. I said I better not, I’m gonna go to Beale. So, we went back to Beale and we landed.

‘As I mentioned it was a holiday weekend and Colonel Lonnie met us when we pulled in the hangar after we landed which was the normal procedure. I thought well that’s nice that he came out. As I came down the ladder from the aircraft, he looked at me and he said Maury, do we have any regulations that say we can’t make approaches at Sacramento Airport? I said No sir.
I want one on my desk at seven o’clock tomorrow morning.
Aviation Audio Clips / Helicopter loses skid at Van Nuys
« Last post by KB4TEZ on May 03, 2023, 10:12:19 AM »
Story from Aviation Accidents / This Day in History
(I attached the audio)
A Robinson R44 Raven II, registered Aggregate Materials Services LLC, N549TS, lost control while preforming hover work and made contact with the ground at Van Nuys Airport (VNY/KVNY), Van Nuys, California
The pilot and passenger were not injured.
- Flightaware:
- Flightradar:
Pilot/Controller Forum / Rolling Boundary Departure
« Last post by S0BS on May 02, 2023, 11:56:32 PM »
When requesting a release does anyone have any requirements after Approach says "Released"? I'd like to hear what other facilities say back via the direct line. Thank you in advanc. 
Aviation News (General) / New High Altitude Routes In Effect
« Last post by RonR on May 02, 2023, 08:57:47 AM »
The FAA has just launched new faster, high-altitude east coast routes in an effort to improve congestion.  Most of the changes are at FL180 or higher:
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