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Listener Forum / CZYZ Toronto Centre - East Low
« Last post by autodude145 on June 23, 2021, 01:40:07 AM »
Looking through many of the airports within the Toronto region I have been able to find a way to listen to 6 of the 7 controller specialties within the ACC, however the only one missing is East Low. If I recall it used to be up a year or so ago but it would be great if we could get 127.00 (Simcoe) or 124.92 (East Radar) somehow. Thanks!
Listener Forum / Re: CYYZ Arrival - Feed Seems OK but No Sound
« Last post by autodude145 on June 23, 2021, 01:33:27 AM »
The last year or so with the reduction of traffic, most of the time there has only been 1 controller for CYYZ ARR/DEP. When there is only one controller, the primary frequency is 128.00 (Departure). Depending on how the controller has it setup, they may cross-couple both frequencies, but most of the time will only open up 132.80 (Arrival) when they need a second controller.
Aviation Audio Clips / ENV4284 KMIA Rejected takeoff - Upset Passenger.
« Last post by Fryy on June 22, 2021, 07:27:27 PM »
'Man told American Airlines about a scary moment on a plane.."

Decided to pull the audio. Sounds like a pretty standard rto and taxi back.

Listener Forum / Re: Geneva frequencies missing
« Last post by dave on June 22, 2021, 07:42:21 AM »
Thanks, Tom! Hopefully a volunteer near Geneva will show up soon.
Listener Forum / Re: Geneva frequencies missing
« Last post by thowe on June 22, 2021, 07:41:14 AM »
I am not in the LSGG region but feeder at another airport in Switzerland. If I can support someone in setting up a LiveATC feed, I will be happy to do so. I have quite a lot of experience by now.

- Acceptable reception from ATC and aircraft (ideally also on the ground).
- Raspberry Pi 3 or 4
- Internet connection (cable or wifi)
- SDR dongle(s) (e.g. with a SDRPlay RSP1A you can cover several frequencies at the same time in a range of 7 MHz)

Listener Forum / EHVL feed down
« Last post by dummy on June 22, 2021, 05:35:30 AM »

i'm new to the forums but a long time listener. I always listen to the EHVL feed but since a few days it is down.
anyone an idea when i comes back online?

best regards,
« Last post by KB4TEZ on June 21, 2021, 10:43:56 AM »

This was from the nasty weather yesterday in/around Chicago.
if you have some time on your hands, and want to peruse the archives of O'Hare/Midway
I bet you'll hear some interesting chatter..

Atornado spotted west of the Chicago area and thunderstorms scattered across parts of the nation caused delays of up to an hour Tuesday afternoon and evening at O'Hare International and Midway Airports.

The weather-related slowdown started at mid-afternoon and led to a halt on departures at both airports for about 30 minutes due to a tornado warning that forced a partial evacuation of the Chicago Center in Aurora, a Federal Aviation Administration facility that routes planes over the Midwest.

An FAA spokesman said non-essential personnel, including some air-traffic controllers, were sent to the basement of Chicago Center between 4:30 and 5 p.m. after a tornado was sighted at Hinckley, near DeKalb. The ground stop on airline departures from Chicago was lifted after the tornado warning for the Aurora area was downgraded to a tornado watch.
Listener Forum / Re: KSAT approach - stuck on ATIS
« Last post by jjbiv on June 21, 2021, 10:28:38 AM »
All fixed now. Thank you!
(photos/video in the link)

British Airways Dreamliner 787 has been seen with its nose on the ground at Heathrow Airport this morning
Aircraft confirmed to have suffered a collapse to its front landing gear while having cargo loaded its stand
Flight operator said plane was transporting freight and had no passengers on board at the time
A source told MailOnline that flight crew were however on board and raised possibility of a safety issue

A British Airways plane has suffered a nose gear collapse on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport - seriously injuring a crew member - after an engineer 'failed to lock it out'.

Shocking photos show the Dreamliner 787-8 with its nose on the ground and broken landing gear while a stair car stands by.

Airport emergency crews rushed to the scene with the extent of the damage to the plane not yet known. Medics assessed two staff with one in need of hospital treatment.

Original Story

An aircraft plummeted into the waters of Long Beach Island, New Jersey, on Thursday afternoon, officials confirmed.he plane was carrying at least three people and landed 1 mile from the coastline, according to NBC New York, which cited information from local law enforcement.

The Coast Guard's Mid-Atlantic branch confirmed the development.

"We have received a report of a plane crash off Long Beach Island, NJ. Coast Guard has diverted a helo from Air Station Atlantic City and crews from Station Atlantic City and Station Barnegat Light," the branch tweeted. "Updates to follow."

Follow Up Story:

Reports that a plane traveling over New Jersey was down near Long Beach Island late Thursday morning are unfounded, according to local news outlets.
Ocean County Sheriff's Office officials confirmed to WPVI-TV that reports that a plane, possibly a small glider, had gone down in the area around 11:30 a.m. near Beach Haven's East 26th Street beach were unfounded. An earlier report said a plane carrying up to three people had gone down approximately 1 mile into the Atlantic Ocean.

The scare prompted responses from state and local law enforcement and the U.S. Coast Guard.

The Coast Guard's Mid-Atlantic district tweeted just before 12:30 p.m. that it had "received a report of a plane crash" and had diverted a helicopter and crews.

A spokesperson for the Long Beach Township Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for information. A spokesperson for the Ocean County Sheriff's Office would not comment.
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