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LiveATC.net

Originally launched LiveATC.net as a small place on the web to share live air traffic communications from Boston's Logan Airport. Since then it has grown rapidly and become a popular resource for those who enjoy listening to and talking about Air Traffic Control (ATC)...aviation enthusiasts, student pilots, student air traffic controllers, flight simulation enthusiasts, FBO operators, airline operators, and just about anyone with an interest in aviation communications. It's even used by nervous flyers who want to simply get a peek into a world they don't normally get to experience (unless they're flying on United Airlines and listening to Channel 9).

LiveATC.net, a listener- and advertising-supported site, is growing rapidly and is obsessed with providing live ATC radio traffic from every corner of the world. We are always looking for volunteers to put new locations on the air (see the Help Wanted section) - if you have a scanner sitting idle why not join the network?

LiveATC.Net was the first site to provide both live and recorded ATC audio transmissions with instant archive retrieval.

Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy listening in as much as we do! Don't forget to tell a friend about us!

LiveATC.net Feeds

 

Feed Rank Airport Feed Location Tune In
1 KJFK - JFK Tower
2 KLAX - Los Angeles, CA
3 KATL - Atlanta Approach/Center
4 EHAM - Amsterdam
5 KBOS - Boston Tower
6 EHAM #2 - Amsterdam
7 EIDW - Dublin, Ireland
8 CYYZ - Toronto Pearson Int'l
9 KIAD - Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C.
10 KLAS - Las Vegas, NV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feeds are Courtesy of LiveATC.net. @ www.liveatc.net

Spot Satellite Personal Tracker

It could save your life


By Bill Stein


Spot Satellite Personal TrackerMy first exposure to the Spot Satellite Messenger came on a rainy March afternoon when air show pilot Gene Soucy arrived at the NAS Meridian Air Show in Meridian, Miss., where we were both performing. Gene got out of his Showcat biplane, shook my hand and said, “hello,” then pulled a little orange device out of his pocket and hit a button. He explained that he had just checked in with his coperformer, Theresa Stokes, by sending her a message that he had arrived safely. I asked the obvious question, and he said, “It’s a Spot, man, you need to get a Spot.”

 

 

 

FREEDOM Wireless™ Headset

Avcomm International Inc., the nation's leading manufacturer and distributor of state of the art noise reduction headsets, intercoms, radios and communications systems for Aviation, Safety, Racing and Industrial applications, is proud to announce the innovative FREEDOM Wireless™ Headset.

Freedom Wireless

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