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Feed Setup Pictures / KPDX Feed Photos
« Last post by Brad on July 11, 2020, 08:56:52 PM »
Just stumbled upon the photos of the KPDX feeder site last year after the upgrade, totally forgot about posting them!  4 BC355N's and one SDR running the 5 feeds from this site!

Brad
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Listener Forum / ZDC 124.025
« Last post by AeroBill on July 11, 2020, 04:36:41 PM »
Hi,
Noticed that ZDC 124.025\260.15  both listed under KILM, but not under ZDC.  However, 126.025\133.525 ZNY do appear under both KILM
and ZNY.

Could ZDC 124.025\260.15 be listed also under ZDC?

Thanks,
Bill

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Listener Forum / Boston TRACON South Area Frequencies
« Last post by Lynch_Christopher on July 11, 2020, 11:14:50 AM »
Good Morning,

I found a list of old Cape TRACON sectors on Wikipedia and was wondering if they kept the sectors the same when they moved to the Boston TRACON back in 2018 and was wondering if anybody happened to have the frequencies for the corresponding sectors. I also heard that BCT went from Boston and Manchester areas to Boston North and South with shared common sectors of Initial Departure and Lincoln.

OTIS ARRIVAL (O scope):
CAPE NORTH ARRIVAL (N scope):
CAPE SOUTH ARRIVAL (S scope)
MARTHA'S VINEYARD ARRIVAL (Y scope):

NANTUCKET ARRIVAL (D scope)
NANTUCKET DEPARTURE (K scope)

Thanks
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Listener Forum / Re: Donations welcome
« Last post by Cpt-Maersk on July 10, 2020, 10:02:56 PM »
The site is taking a hit in bandwidth today, which will likely cost far more than our average month.

Donations are always welcome, however small.  If you enjoy the site, please do contribute.

PayPal here:
http://www.liveatc.net/donations.php

or if you prefer to mail a check (made out to me):

Dave Pascoe
P.O. Box 178
Amherst, NH 03031-0178

Thanks,
Dave

Hey Dave,

I'm more than happy to donate to this site you run but what are you doing about getting Shannon (Ireland) High Level back up with a new feeder?

Thanks

Cpt-Maersk
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Listener Forum / Re: CYBW no feed...
« Last post by twinpratts on July 09, 2020, 01:11:18 PM »
It looks like it's up today :)
Thx
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Feed Outage/Status Reports / Re: KEMT sick hardware
« Last post by Unbeliever on July 09, 2020, 12:39:01 PM »
KEMT back up.
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Feed Outage/Status Reports / KEMT sick hardware
« Last post by Unbeliever on July 09, 2020, 11:19:40 AM »
The Audio Adapter seems to have lost it's mojo for KEMT.  Another adapter on order.
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Listener Forum / Re: No KEWR for the past few days
« Last post by dave on July 09, 2020, 07:42:25 AM »
We hope to have it back soon. Power supply failure during a thunderstorm. Stuff happens.  :-)

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Listener Forum / No KEWR for the past few days
« Last post by compressorStall on July 09, 2020, 07:39:36 AM »
The main one at kewr2_twr has the really loud tone/RFI issue again, and the backup kewr_twr is down.
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https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20200707/hail-crushes-jetrsquos-nose-cone-in-flight-from-west-palm-beach-to-new-york?utm_campaign=snd-autopilot&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=ghf-palmbeach-main


Airline officials first thought a bird had collided with its jet on its way to New York, but now they’re not so sure.

A routine Delta flight from West Palm Beach to LaGuardia Airport faces a federal investigation after it was forced to land at nearby JFK International Airport with a crushed nose cone.

The flight, 1076 with 43 passengers aboard, landed safely at about 6:35 p.m. Monday despite a massive indentation in the nose.A Delta spokesman said it was initially thought that a bird collided with the Airbus 319. The airline confirmed damage to the nose cone but did not release images Tuesday.

A photo was posted to social media by ABC News transportation correspondent Gio Benitez and a local New York TV news station.

Delta backpeddled the bird theory on Tuesday, saying the nose cone was damaged by hail.

The flight was diverted “out of an abundance of caution following a mechanical issue” said spokeswoman Maria Moraitakis. “The flight landed safely and without incident.”

There were violent thunderstorms in northern New Jersey and New York near the airports late Monday afternoon and into early evening that triggered warnings from the Upton, N.Y. office of the National Weather Service.

John Murray, lead meteorologist for the NWS in Upton, said one warning issued for northern New Jersey through to Queens predicted ping pong ball-size hail and 60 mph wind gusts.


Hailstones as big as 1.75 inches in diameter were reported in Bergen County, N.J., which is northwest of the airports.

“It’s just hard to pinpoint the entire extent of the hail because we are relying on spotters and photographs,” Murray said.The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the incident, said spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen. Bergen said the flight was diverted after it reported problems with its navigation equipment.

If hail is responsible for the damage, it won’t be the first time an Airbus 319 aircraft experienced severe damage after flying through a dangerous thunderstorm complex.

The Washington Post reported in 2018 that an American Airlines jet flew through a storm where hail cracked the plane’s windshield and mangled its nosecone.

No injuries were reported but The Post wrote that “eyewitnesses reported multiple sick passengers because of severe turbulence.”
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