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Aviation Audio Clips / Lancair gear issue landing Huntsville
« Last post by KB4TEZ on April 01, 2024, 02:45:45 PM »
With the set up, a bit tricky to put together, but this pilot has ice water in the veins.
Lots of cooperation with this one from him, ATC, and the Crash crews.
and all ok (the last 5 seconds of the clip tell you how cool this pilot is)

Date:   30-MAR-24
Time:   17:35:00Z
Regis#:   N222MA
Aircraft Make:   LANCAIR
Aircraft Model:   LANCAIR IV
Event Type:   INCIDENT
Highest Injury:   NONE
Aircraft Missing:   No
Damage:   MINOR
State:   ALABAMA

By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, Mar 31st 2024 16:55Z, last updated Sunday, Mar 31st 2024 16:58Z

A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration N8329B performing flight WN-3371 from Oakland,CA to Baltimore,MD (USA), landed on Baltimore's runway 33L and was rolling out when tower advised he observed flames from the right hand engine (CFM56) just prior to touch down, the crew advised they knew it was just short short final. Tower subsequently advised the crew they were rolling the emergency trucks and instructed the aircraft to vacate the runway. The crew subsequently advised they had no indications of an engine malfunction, everything is good, they wanted the services to check the outside to be sure everything was good.

A passenger reported just seconds before touchdown in rainy conditions there was a loud bang from the right hand side. Emergency services met the aircraft midfield. The captain announced they likely had experienced an engine stall but there was no smoke or fire. The aircraft taxied to the apron on own power.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Baltimore about 14 hours after landing.
Listener Forum / Re: ZOA Sector 29
« Last post by RonR on March 31, 2024, 09:03:40 AM »
Unfortunately, there could be a number of reasons why that feed is gone.  The provider of that feed may have moved, he may have decided not to provide the feed anymore, etc.  A vast number of LiveATC feeds are provided by volunteers and LiveATC knows when a feed goes down.  In a case like this, it will probably require another volunteer to get that ZOA feed back up.

If you or someone you know can help provide a feed, more information can be found here:

I hope this helps.

And a huge thanks to you for doing the climb!
LiveATC/ADSB feeder site

Antenna elevation ≈ 300' AGL, 750' MSL

The LiveATC pi is powered by a POE splitter

The ADSB feeder pi is powered with a POE+ HAT

A huge thank you to Dave for suppling the LiveATC feeder equipment.

Photos Attached
Panorama of the view at the top
Inside the enclosure
VHF and ADSB antennae

Please pardon the clutter inside the enclosure - started to run out of room.  :|

small note - the case in the corner of the enclosure is just a shell for a pi that Dave provided. I didn't want to lose it incase he wants it back in the future.

Listener Forum / ZOA Sector 29
« Last post by bumman2 on March 29, 2024, 09:52:43 PM »
Do we know if 119.750 will be coming back? It showed down for a long time and now is gone from the list.  It leaves a dead spot for eastbound departures out of SFO.  You basically lose them when NORCAL switches them over.   
Aviation Audio Clips / Gear Collapse New Richmond Wisconsin
« Last post by KB4TEZ on March 29, 2024, 12:20:29 PM »
Date:   28-MAR-24
Time:   18:20:00Z
Regis#:   N122AM
Aircraft Make:   CESSNA
Aircraft Model:   310
Event Type:   INCIDENT
Highest Injury:   NONE
Aircraft Missing:   No
Damage:   UNKNOWN
Aviation Audio Clips / Plane forced landing on nudist beach Darwin, AU
« Last post by KB4TEZ on March 29, 2024, 09:09:23 AM »
A Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six performed an emergency landing at Casuarina Beach, Darwin, following an engine failure. There were no personal injuries.

Darwin nudists were given a little fright for Good Friday when a light plane was forced to make an emergency landing on the beach. Emergency Services received reports of an aircraft crash on the nudist section of Casuarina Beach just after 11am on Friday.
Aviation Audio Clips / Rejected Take Off at Sky Harbor
« Last post by KB4TEZ on March 29, 2024, 05:46:50 AM »

Never did hear the reason for the rejection.

PHOENIX (AZFamily) — A Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport runaway is shut down after a jet went off the runway on Thursday afternoon.

Airport officials said it was a corporate jet and no one was hurt.

Pilots can use the north and center runways but the south runway is temporarily closed until the jet can be removed, an airport spokesman said.

It’s unclear what led up to the incident. An investigation is underway.

Aviation Audio Clips / Two Delta planes clip wings on taxi and push
« Last post by KB4TEZ on March 29, 2024, 05:23:24 AM »
Seemed to be a bit of confusion, along with a ground controller change at the same time,
both taxi back after the wings clip.

Delta Air Lines flight DL1460 , an Airbus A320-212 (N344NW), was taxiing when its wingtip struck Delta Air Lines Flight 1104, an Airbus A320 (N345NW), which was pushing back from its gate at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport.

Both Airbus A320s returned to their gates.
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