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Old 08-23-2014, 8:57 AM
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Default 2014 Cleveland National Airshow

For those looking for frequency information,

Just a reminder that there's a wiki page dedicated to the Cleveland National Airshow:
Cleveland National Air Show - The RadioReference Wiki

Let's try to keep it updated over the weekend for those attending the airshow on its later days.
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Old 08-25-2014, 9:24 PM
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Added a 2014 section with BA frequencies from my other post.
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Old 08-26-2014, 7:43 AM
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...and undid this, added then wrong freqs. Kept the section open.
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Default Air Show related traffic at Burke

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For those looking for frequency information,

Just a reminder that there's a wiki page dedicated to the Cleveland National Airshow:
Cleveland National Air Show - The RadioReference Wiki

Let's try to keep it updated over the weekend for those attending the airshow on its later days.
Heard traffic on one of the Burke UHF freq's this evening. Around 6:00 pm I caught the last part of a conversation regarding an engine issue "flying to Pensacola to pick up another, should be back later tonight".

Also monitored several aircraft making passes over Burke (on Burke Tower Freq) then landing on 6 (right I think). One was referred to as a Canfor (Canadian Air Force?) aircraft.
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Old 08-31-2014, 10:33 AM
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Default Cleveland Airshow Frequencies?

Does anyone have any current frequencies for the airshow? Air boss, operational freqs on the ground, airshow acts? I may be going tomorrow.
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Old 08-31-2014, 10:44 AM
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com-1 123.150
com-2 122.475
com-3 125.850
blue angels solo 237.800
blue angels diamond 275.350
com-2 ch-16 284.250
grounds 346.500
com bravo 139.8125
com alpha 142.6125
relay 132.400
air port main ops 451.625
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Old 08-31-2014, 1:47 PM
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Here are links to two other forum threads on the airshow:
2014 Cleveland National Airshow

Blue Angels practice time?
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"Cleveland Airshow Frequencies" thread moved to this existing thread on the same topic.

Please remember to check for existing threads before starting a new one; the knowledge you seek might already be found elsewhere.
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Airboss is 127.950.
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Link to the Airshow website.
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