How do I listen to ATC recordings? was the first site to provide both live and recorded ATC audio transmissions with instant archive retrieval and it’s free to use. Just search the airport/ARTCC code or frequency or click on their world map and you’ll be tuned in and listening.

Can I listen to air traffic control online?

Online/App Live is the world’s most popular online and smartphone-based streaming service for listening to air traffic control. Volunteers, enthusiasts, companies, and the airports themselves install a radio receiver at their location and live stream the feed to LiveATC.

Who was controlling the planes in 9 11?

Ben Sliney

Benedict L. Sliney
Born 1945 (age 75–76)
Alma mater Dowling College (BS) St. John’s University School of Law (JD)
Occupation Air traffic controller and lawyer
Known for FAA National Operations Manager on September 11, 2001 who ordered closure of U.S. air space.

How do you replay ATC?

Air Traffic Control Replays

  1. ATC log. Press on the message to go to it in the timeline.
  2. Pause/play replay.
  3. Back 15 seconds.
  4. Forward 15 seconds.
  5. Take screenshot (see screenshot setting in settings menu)
  6. Show/hide radar.
  7. Change views.
  8. App menu.

What is the best frequency to listen to aircraft?

Very High Frequency (VHF) To support full VHF communications, the FAA recommends that all aircraft with older 360-channel systems should be retrofitted with a 760-channel piece of equipment with 25 kHz channel spacing which is capable of operating in the 118.000 to 136.975 MHz band.

How long are ATC recordings kept?

45 days
Retain the tapes or DATs for 45 days, and ensure the DALR .

What frequency do pilots use?

If you wish to talk to the pilot of another airplane, use the air-to-air frequency of 122.75 MHz. It is not considered good etiquette to fill other frequencies with pilot-to-pilot chats. VOR frequencies are between 108.0 and 117.975 MHz, immediately below aviation communication frequencies beginning at 118.0.

Are air band radios legal?

It is illegal to listen to all aeronautical transmissions. However as mentioned above, the authorities have tended to turn a blind eye to listening to airband.

What do pilots say before taking off?

There is an announcement like: “Flight attendants, prepare for take-off please.” “Cabin crew, please take your seats for take-off.” Within a minute after take-off, an announcement might be made reminding passengers to keep their seat belts fastened.

Is talking to ATC hard?

Talking too fast makes ATC’s job harder, especially when they have to ask for clarification because they simply couldn’t understand you. Worse yet, other airplanes nearby may need to hear your transmission for separation purposes. Finding a happy medium of speed and clarity is the best way to handle radio calls.