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The jet had departed from a runway at nearby Fulton County Airport-Brown Field and went down about 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) east of the airport shortly after noon, Bergen said.

So the frequencies named Atlanta Tower are for KATL (Heartsfield). You would need to check for the frequencies of that other airport. Probably not covered.
So how do I find the audio recordings of this crash? There are so many KATL towers. Would it be on a different one?
Listener Forum / Re: LGAV
« Last post by MIAMIATC on December 21, 2018, 08:54:40 AM »
Feed is Dead ....No Sound at all now after it was down and came back up .

ATLANTA — A Tennessee-bound business jet crashed Thursday, killing all four people aboard, when it plunged onto a football field at an Atlanta park, igniting its fuel and sending thick smoke over a nearby neighborhood, officials said.

A home behind the sports field was damaged, but no injuries on the ground were reported, Atlanta Fire Rescue Sgt. Cortez Stafford said.

The plane's wreckage was spread out on the field over about 100 yards (90 meters), he said.

Listener Forum / Interview with Kennedy Steve
« Last post by Flyingnut on December 20, 2018, 06:30:51 PM »

Unfortunately it is against the law to monitor the air band in the UK and other European countries. It's sad.

Gatwick is still closed as I'm writing this so I hope they catch the operator(s) soon!
Feed Setup Pictures / MIAMI Feed Setup
« Last post by captkel on December 20, 2018, 07:40:09 AM »
Hi guys & gals.  I recently moved from a house to a condo. I'm on the 4th floor that has a great view to the southeast. I can clearly see traffic landing and departing FXE...Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, about 2 miles away. Unfortunately my antenna CAN NOT see the Miami area so the ZMA Bimini & Key West feeds are off, at least for now.

Kel  :-D   
Listener Forum / EINN Feed Quality
« Last post by RianOHalloran on December 18, 2018, 01:00:42 PM »
Hi All,

I have noticed that the quality of the ATC feed for EINN_TWR/GND has been rather poor for some time now. It seems to only be an issue when the controller is transmitting. The pilots can usually be heard very clearly and everything said is legible on their end however at the best of times, the controllers can be slightly difficult to understand. There is usually a good amount of static noise in the background and the controllers themselves are often very quiet. The approach controllers and other higher level position all seem to be perfectly fine and you can understand them clearly. I understand this could be due to a number of reasons and perhaps some of them out of control of the person hosting the feed but I was just wondering if there is any way to improve the quality of the feed as the TWR/GND frequencies are not on par with other stations around the country. As a side note the higher level feeds have been down for almost 2 weeks now just wondering what has happened.   :|

Aviation Audio Clips / Oceana Virginia Beach - F/A-18 Crash Audio (2012)
« Last post by Fryy on December 15, 2018, 03:03:02 PM »
Tower comms from 2012 Virginia Beach crash.
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