KPRC AIRINC Info

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#1
Anyone have an idea of what the AIRINC frequency is being used for the new SKYWEST/UNITED EXPRESS service at KPRC? It's 2 flights per day I tried 129.500 130.175 131.050 and 131.750 No luck so far.


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Bill Halpin
 

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These are ASRI frequencies licensed KPRC. Give these a try:

129.300 (active license)
129.400 (cancelled license)
131.325 (cancelled license) previously Great Lakes Airlines
131.625 (cancelled license)

Let us know what you find.
 

icemantim8

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Skywest

Hello Bill,

Not sure if this chart helps. It's for KCOS and has some frequencies related to your question. Plus a few others that might be of interest. I listen to them frequently and they are active:

131.4000 Skywest (air-to-ground)
460.650 141.3 PL Skywest Ops
129.325 American (air-to-ground)
131.925 FedEx (air-to -gound)
130.500 Delta (air-to-ground)

Tim
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Thanks for all the info about AIRINC Enroute services. But I'm looking for the Pilot to Station Dispatch AIRINC Frequency for SKYWEST/UNITED EXPRESS at KPRC.
Try searching 128.8-132 and 136-137 MHz and see if you hear them.

Searching FCC licenses for Aviation Spectrum Resources Inc. near that location shows only one active and several cancelled.
https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?action=fccProx&lat=34.65114&lon=-112.42156&r=2

Maybe they no longer have a VHF AM voice radio there.
 
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Do they have a pilot shop at the airport? Maybe an employee there can help answer your question, or find it for you if you explain you're a scanner listener and what exactly you're looking for.

John
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#12
Here's a few other freqs that have been associated with Skywest/United Express air to ground.

130.250
130.525
132.000
136.550

As suggested already, searching is probably the best thing to do. Start monitoring about a 1/2 hour before arrival. Contact will probably be closer to 10 mins out. It's possible that station ops may only have a handheld air radio with such a small operation. You may not hear Skywest PRC ops unless you are very close to the airport but should be able to hear the aircraft call while airborne.

Good luck.
 
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#13
A new license (WRCD886) was issued to Aviation Spectrum Resources, Inc on 9-6 at the airport. Look for ops to be on 131.400. Let me know what you hear.
 
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