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Listener Forum / PDX approach on different frequency?
« Last post by SEA-PAE on January 01, 2023, 07:42:03 PM »
Yesterday, December 31st, I drove to portland for the day. When I was there, the north approach sector was on 133.0 instead of 124.35. this was the frequency listed on old charts. (I don't know when that changed) but I was surprised that it is being used now, since all the current charts show this sector using 124.35. Does anyone know why they switched frequencies?

(If you want to provide a feed for this frequency, the ground transmissions come in clearly along I-5 north of the airport, so it may be transmitting from scappoose or the BTG VOR site)
Listener Forum / Happy New Year
« Last post by Fryy - Avocado Flight on January 01, 2023, 03:17:04 AM »
Happy New Year everyone!
Listener Forum / Re: PHOG Del/Grnd/Twr/Appr Feed up but not hearing any transmissions
« Last post by dave on December 31, 2022, 11:40:44 PM »
Thanks...we received your report. That is some of our equipment out there. We will look into it this week.
Listener Forum / PHOG Del/Grnd/Twr/Appr Feed up but not hearing any transmissions
« Last post by Eop34Rt on December 31, 2022, 10:31:59 PM »
I just noticed two days ago that this feed (shown in below screenshot) is not producing any transmissions,even though it is up, but its individual feeds stil are
Listener Forum / Re: KGPT feed is live
« Last post by KB4TEZ on December 29, 2022, 11:05:59 AM »
Sounds good when folks are transmitting, but where is that backround fuzz/unsquelched noise you hear and see in the backround when no one is talking coming from?


He was incredibly calm, nice job.

GREENVILLE, North Carolina - No one was injured when a single-engine plane made an emergency landing this afternoon at the Pitt-Greenville Airport.

The airport was notified shortly after 2:00 p.m. that an aircraft was en route with malfunctioning landing gear.

The Beechcraft A36 Bonanza made a “wheels up” landing about 30 minutes later.

The aircraft was on its belly, surrounded by emergency vehicles on the airport’s main runway.

Airport Director Bill Hopper said the plane, which was coming from Sanford, had a pilot and three passengers onboard.

The plane first made a pass over the airport, according to the airport director, to confirm that the landing gear was in fact not down.

He said no one was injured and those in the aircraft had friends come to Greenville and fly them on to Raleigh.

Hopper said their main runway was closed, but that planes were still landing on PGV’s second runway. The main runway was able to reopen about two hours later.

The FAA says the aircraft is owned by North State Aviators, LLC, in Cary.

glad all are ok

Seven people were injured after a tour helicopter crashed coming back from the Grand Canyon on Tuesday afternoon, Boulder City officials said.

According to officials, one pilot and six passengers were onboard the tour helicopter, returning from a routine trip to the Grand Canyon.

For reasons unknown at this time, the helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at the Boulder City Airport.

Caption: KSNV
The Boulder City Fire Department arrived and determined all seven people onboard suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were transported to Sunrise Hospital and Siena Hospital for treatment.

Officials said the National Transportation Safety Board has been contacted and will handle the investigation to follow protocol with aircraft incidents.

According to data from, Aer Lingus flight EI106 departed New York's JFK Airport at 21:54 local time, 44 minutes behind its scheduled time. However, things went wrong either during takeoff or minutes later, as the aircraft ascended to 5,300 feet and diverted to its origin airport just 19 minutes later, landing at 22:13 local time.  While sources online have indicated a right engine failure, we will only know more after an investigation has been carried out. In a statement, the carrier said.

There's also video out there that shows the fire as well, confirmed by the attached audio.
Aviation Audio Clips / Delta B752 near Nashville engine shut down in flight
« Last post by KB4TEZ on December 28, 2022, 06:36:57 AM »

A Delta Airlines Boeing 757-200, registration N6708D performing flight DL-356 from Atlanta,GA to Sacramento,CA (USA) with 202 people on board, was climbing through FL270 out of Atlanta when the crew stopped the climb reporting they had needed to shut an engine (PW2037) down. On approach to Nashville the crew advised they were in icing conditions and due to the nature of the engine shut down could not continue in icing conditions. The aircraft continued for a safe landing on Nashville's runway 20L about 30 minutes after stopping the climb.

A replacement Boeing 757-200 registration N6715C reached Sacramento with a delay of 6 hours.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Nashville about 27 hours after landing.

LIVERMORE -- Fire crews are at the scene of a small plane crash at a storage facility about a half a mile away from the Livermore Municipal Airport early Saturday evening, fire officials said.The Livermore Fire Department confirmed that fire crews were called out shortly before 5 p.m. to the scene  of the small plane crash at a storage building just east of Isabel Avenue.

Fire officials said the plane struck the storage facility, causing severe damage to the aircraft. However, no damage was done to the structure.

Livermore Fire crews were still in the process of extricating the one person inside -- presumably the pilot -- from the aircraft at 6 p.m. due to the severe damage to the plane. Fire officials said the victim was conscious and alert, but suffered injuries.
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