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Aviation News (General) / Re: McCarran International Airport is no more.
« Last post by kyle172 on July 01, 2021, 07:27:27 PM »
They should of just left it as it was..
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Aviation News (General) / KTPA feed & connection issues
« Last post by kyle172 on July 01, 2021, 07:19:52 PM »
Feed is completely muted, has trouble connecting, No static, no human voices, thought I would pass this along
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Aviation Accidents/Incidents / Lamoni, Iowa plane crash this morning 7/1**Update**
« Last post by KB4TEZ on July 01, 2021, 01:28:18 PM »
Update - LAMONI, Iowa —
A preliminary report indicates two people were aboard when a small plane crashed near Lamoni along Interstate 35 Thursday morning.

The sheriff’s office said the incident happened just before 8 a.m. The plane crashed near the runway at the Lamoni Municipal Airport on airport property. Airport sources tell KCCI the plane was attempting to land when it crashed.
The Federal Aviation Administration said in a release that preliminary reports indicate two people were on board the single-engine Cirrus SR-22.

"The FAA will release the aircraft tail number after investigators verify it at the accident scene," FAA officials said in a news release. "The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate. The NTSB will be in charge of the investigation and will provide additional updates. Neither agency identifies people involved in aircraft accidents."

People working near the crash site tell KCCI they heard what sounded like an explosion.

No other details have been released, including any injuries or deaths in the crash.



https://www.weareiowa.com/article/travel/lamoni-municipal-airport-decatur-county-sheriff-investigating-plane-crash-national-traffic-safety-bureau-ntsb-cirrus-sr-22/524-0af38833-7a26-4039-a71d-8f5d08769d45

LAMONI, Iowa — Federal officials are headed to the site of a plane crash in southern Iowa.

The crash happened Thursday morning at the Lamoni Municipal Airport. According to a nearby business owner, he could see flames and smoke.

Decatur County Sheriff's deputies and officers with the Lamoni Police Department are on the scene of the crash. They are keeping media personnel away from the area.  According to the National Traffic Safety Bureau, an investigator is expected to arrive later Thursday.

The plane is a Cirrus SR22, which is a single-engine four or five-seat plane.
NTSB expected to arrive there this evening.

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Pilot/Controller Forum / Midwest/Ohio Valley/Northeast wet and windy
« Last post by KB4TEZ on July 01, 2021, 08:29:02 AM »
Scanning around this morning on the LiveATC app, lots of chatter about the weather today, and it turning severe later.
Everyone stay safe !
jw
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Listener Forum / Re: CZYZ Toronto Centre - East Low
« Last post by dave on June 30, 2021, 07:15:52 AM »
We have two sites near CYYZ, but both of them only have limited SDR coverage. We'll look at upgrades down the road.
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Pilot/Controller Forum / Sweet Home Chicago, a bit stormy, circle time
« Last post by KB4TEZ on June 29, 2021, 10:44:09 AM »
line of storms has ground stops for those headed to the Windy City, also a Stormy City this morning.
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thanks, yea, found that too, "bad" reception indeed.
couldn't find any other feeds on it.
jw
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You can hear him declare an emergency at about 21:00 , poor reception

https://archive.liveatc.net/kclt/KCLT-Twr-Jun-27-2021-1300Z.mp3
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Aviation News (General) / Turtles rescued after trekking to JFK Airport in Queens
« Last post by KB4TEZ on June 29, 2021, 07:18:19 AM »
https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/turtles-rescued-after-trekking-to-jfk-airport-in-queens/ar-AALsgdo?ocid=BingNewsSearch

Down here in South Florida, Iguanas are the pesky crawlers, but much faster than a turtle !

Year after year, turtles return to John F. Kennedy Airport -- but this year they needed a little rescuing.
It's nothing new. Each year, the Port Authority's wildlife team looks out for hundreds of female terrapin turtles that come in from Jamaica Bay to lay eggs at the end of the runway.
Since it's not good for anyone for a plane take off with a turtle crossing the runway, the wildlife teams keep busy remaining on the lookout for them.
The team collects the turtles and releases them in a safe place just outside the airport.

Turtles delay flights at JFK
By ABC13
Thursday, July 9, 2009
NEW YORK Grounds crews eventually rounded up the wayward reptiles and deposited them back in the brackish water farther from airport property, but not before the incident disrupted JFK's flight schedule and contributed to delays that reached nearly 1 1/2 hours.
"Apparently, this is something the tower has experienced before," said Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Jim Peters. "I guess it's the season for spawning."

The invasion began unfolding, slowly, at around 8:30 a.m., when an American Eagle flight crew reported seeing three turtles while taxiing out for departure. Before long, a chorus of pilots was radioing the tower to report turtles either on the end of a runway that juts out into the water, or approaching on the grass.

The FAA halted flights for about 12 minutes shortly before 9 a.m. while some of the turtles were cleared away, then quit using the runway entirely after getting new reports of "massive numbers" of turtles on the tarmac, Peters said.

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey spokesman John Kelly said airport crews gathered up the turtles in about 35 minutes.

He identified the turtles as Diamondback terrapins, a species common to Jamaica Bay, which surrounds the airport. The turtles appeared to be about 8 inches long and weigh 2 to 3 pounds each.

Jets hit turtles a few times each year at JFK, usually in the final days of June or earliest days in July, according to the FAA's wildlife strike database. There have been no recent reports of the strikes causing any damage to an airplane.
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(AVH)

Looking for the audio if any.

An American Airlines Airbus A321-200, registration N584UW performing flight AA-2275 from Charlotte,NC to Seattle,WA (USA) with 188 people on board, was in the initial climb out of Charlotte's runway 18C when the crew still on tower frequency declared emergency reporting the failure of the #1 engine (V2533, left hand). The aircraft climbed very slowly (average rate of climb less than 300 fpm) to 3000 feet reaching 3000 feet about 12 minutes after departure, positioned for an approach to runway 18C and landed safely about 30 minutes after departure.

A replacement A321-200 registration N917UY reached Seattle with a delay of 5:20 hours.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Charlotte about 31 hours after landing back.

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AAL2775/history/20210627/1311Z/KCLT/KSEA
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