What radio frequency do airports use?
Spectrum Engineering & Policy – Radio Frequency Bands Supporting Aviation
|118 – 137 MHz||VHF Air / Ground Communications|
|138 – 150.8 & 162 – 174 MHz||Fixed, Mobil|
|225 – 328.6 & 335.4 – 400 MHz||UHF Air / Ground Communications (U.S. Military)|
|328.6 – 335.4 MHz||ILS Glide Slope|
What is the control tower frequency?
Section 1. Services Available to Pilots
|Airports without an operating control tower.||122.700 122.725 122.800 122.975 123.000 123.050 123.075|
|(MULTICOM FREQUENCY) Activities of a temporary, seasonal, emergency nature or search and rescue, as well as, airports with no tower, FSS, or UNICOM.||122.900|
How can I listen to my ATC flight?
The best way to find these recordings is through LiveATC.net, a site where you can listen, as the URL suggests, to real-time air traffic control audio from around the world. You can do this on your computer (might need to download Flash first).
How can I listen to airplane communication?
If you’ve got nothing better to do on one night, visit LiveATC.net, where anyone with a computer or smartphone and a passing interest in aviation can listen to control towers live, worldwide, and in full action. Student pilots use it to listen to their local airport to get accustomed to the myriad radio calls required.
Can I listen to aviation radio?
Anyone can use an aviation scanner to hear what’s going on in their area. Public airwaves in the US are free to listen to. A few states have restrictions about listening in your vehicle, you can read more about scanner laws in the US.
How do you listen to commercial airplanes?
How do I listen to Control Tower?
How do I listen to airport towers?
What is the frequency range of the airport?
At nontowered airports, a unicom frequency is used. Typical unicom frequencies are 122.7, 122.72, 122.8, 122.97, 123.0. 123.05, and 123.07 MHz. At controlled airports, ground frequencies are likely 121.3, 121.5, 121.7, and 121.9.
What are the frequencies at Seattle-Tacoma Airport?
Seattle-Tacoma Intl Airport Frequencies. Streaming air traffic control feeds powered by. Seattle Tower. 119.9 RY 16L/34R, 16C/34C (EAST) 120.95 RY 16R/34L (WEST) 239.3 16L/34R, 16C/34C (EAST) 239.3 16R/34L (WEST) Seattle Ground. 121.7.
What is the CTAF frequency of an airport?
If the airport has a control tower but the tower is closed for the night, the tower frequency usually becomes the CTAF. At nontowered airports, a unicom frequency is used. Typical unicom frequencies are 122.7, 122.72, 122.8, 122.97, 123.0. 123.05, and 123.07 MHz. At controlled airports, ground frequencies are likely 121.3, 121.5, 121.7, and 121.9.
What are the channels in an airport control tower?
Most airports large enough to have control towers have the following types of channels: ATIS (Automatic Terminal Information Service)- Weather, equipment failures, closed runways and taxiways, current operating runways, special notes, and NOTAM’s.