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Listener Forum / Re: KBGR No Transmissions Again
« Last post by dave on February 17, 2023, 09:11:05 AM »
Still waiting on the host to check on the antenna and coax. I will pull the feeds down for now to avoid confusion.
Listener Forum / Re: KBGR No Transmissions Again
« Last post by BoxhillBob on February 17, 2023, 09:09:48 AM »
Hi Dave
Any news on when this feed is going to be fixed  :-(
Aviation Audio Clips / KHSV TN ANG UH-60 Crash 2023-02-15
« Last post by ke4ahr on February 16, 2023, 11:32:23 AM »

Local news stations are WHNT 19, WAAY 31, WAFF 48, and WZDX 54.

Some aircraft transmissions removed from audio and silence removed. Incident happened off airport. TN ANG UH-60 crashed. Links in post above from ADSB Exchange, etc.

Clay County Fire Rescue responded to the scene of a downed plane in the area of the 7100 block of County Road 214 Wednesday.

A report from Florida Highway Patrol says the plane was attempting to land at the Keystone Airport in Starke.

The pilot said looking at GPS, he thought the runway was below him, but as he was landing he saw cows, the FHP report said.

He began braking to avoid colliding with the cows, but skidded on landing and overturned.

The aircraft came to a final rest overturned on its roof.

No injuries occurred in the collision.

Induction ceremony and luncheon set for Friday, April 21, 2023.

(HOUSTON, Texas) - The Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM) is pleased to announce the selection of four new
inductees into the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. The TAHOF selection committee has named Daniel Baker, Major
General Joe H. Engle (ret.), Rod Lewis and Edna Gardner Whyte (posthumously), to the Texas Aviation Hall of
Fame Class of 2023.
This esteemed group will be officially inducted on Friday, April 21 at the 2023 Texas Aviation Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony and luncheon at the Lone Star Flight Museum located at Houston’s Ellington Airport.
The Texas Aviation Hall of Fame was established in 1995 through a resolution by the 74th Texas Legislature and
signed by then Gov. George W. Bush to honor and recognize Texans and Texas companies or organizations that
have made significant and lasting contributions to the advancement of aviation. There are currently 84 individuals
and groups in the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, in four categories which include trailblazers and explorers, wartime
aviators, leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators. The 2023 Texas Aviation Hall of Fame inductees join an
impressive list of past inductees representing trailblazers and explorers such as Bessie Coleman and Wiley Post;
leaders such as Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush; World War II aviators
Tex Hill, the Doolittle Raiders, Tuskegee Airmen and Women Airforce Service Pilots; astronauts Eileen Collins, John
Young and Gene Cernan; and entrepreneurs Howard Hughes and Gordon Bethune.
Daniel Baker
Born in Houston, Texas, Daniel Baker, founded FlightAware in 2005 as a side project for the then 22-year-old. As
a young pilot, Baker combined his passion for flying, and his career in software development and e-commerce,
along with the evolution of the Internet, to create software that pilots and loved ones could use to easily track
their flights. FlightAware quickly moved from a labor of love and became a successful startup as a free flight
tracking service for private, commercial and military air traffic.
Over the coming years, FlightAware became a global leader in aviation data services. Baker served as FlightAware
CEO from its inception until 2021 when the industry-changing company was sold to Collins Aerospace. Today,
FlightAware is the world's largest flight tracking data company and provides critical flight data solutions to airlines
and private aircraft operators around the globe, as well as flight tracking to millions of travelers. FlightAware
currently has offices in Houston, New York, London and Singapore.
With more than 25 years of experience in aviation and technology, Daniel Baker now serves as a strategic advisor
to FlightAware, helping to define the future of digital aviation.
From an eye witness:

Jet landed on Sunday at about 5:13pm. It’s one that has been operating at the airport for over a year (before the 11th circuit court ruling was rendered). Unknown what happened, luckily no injuries or harm. Scot did some good research! We could hope there is an investigation with the NTSB. The plane was sunk into the ground and has to be lifted up from what I understand. We can assume that repairs and air testing will therefore also occur here at LNA… I saw it approach for landing and thought it was coming in very fast, low and extremely noisy.

Aviation News (General) / Re: City Council votes to close Santa Monica Airport
« Last post by KB4TEZ on February 15, 2023, 09:06:46 AM »
Wow, just wow !
Aviation News (General) / Rough night for go-arounds for American ORD/Milwaukee
« Last post by KB4TEZ on February 15, 2023, 07:33:50 AM »
Guess the Windy City was just that last night.
If you need to kill some time today, I bet all the audio around this will be "chipper"
Have at it !


The plane experienced mechanical failure and was forced to land on a road full of commuters.
Traffic was heavy on the Bangerter Highway in Salt Lake City Tuesday night after a small single-engine plane landed on the northbound ramp.

The plane was reportedly experiencing a mechanical failure when it was forced down at approximately 5:30 p.m., shocking rush-hour commuters along the roadway, according to KSLTV.

Two men between the ages of 30 and 40 were on board, according to police. The pilot reported engine trouble and, realizing he couldn’t make it, put it down on the highway.

Miraculously, no one was hurt during the touchdown and no damage was done. Lt. Matt Pennington of the South Jordan Police Department told KUTV the incident “could have been a lot worse.”

The landing was caught on security cameras by author Jesse Stay, who posted the footage on social media.

“I think a plane just crash landed in front of my house,” he writes in one video post.
Stay told The Daily Beast he was at home when he saw lights and sirens on the highway. “Initially I thought it was just an automobile accident, but looking over where all the police and ambulances were, I noticed whatever it was looked like it had wings. That’s when I realized it was a plane.”

The plane, a Cirrus commuter aircraft, had reportedly departed from Tucson, Arizona, and was en route to the Ogden airport when it experienced an engine failure. “I think the pilot is OK. He was up and moving around the plane,” Stay said.

Crews were towing the plane to the airport overnight.
Aviation Audio Clips / Air Canada Cowling Open YYZ
« Last post by KB4TEZ on February 15, 2023, 06:59:41 AM »
While I was looking for the pan-pan of a different Air Canada, I had pulled the timeslot for the previous day mistakenly.
Turned out to be an interesting find with a cowling issue.
That controller at YYZ is one of my fav's too.

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