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D.I.A Frequncy's

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i was woundering if anyone had some good frequncy's for when the planes are going to land like mabey Air 2 Air or Air 2 ground. right now i have like the security frequncy's and the bus. Thanks
 

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Duh!!!

Mick said:
I was just comming back to say i found them on radiorefrence site i was looking through the data base and came arcrossed them, but thank you for your links also i didnt know about the airnav site so i got something out of the post anyway.
 

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Most of the Major Airlines use ACARS to send a digital message saying their inbound. These are some local freqs...

123.0750 AIRLIFE
123.2500 AGI, Javelin Flight Test
125.3000 CO AVIATION INC. FBO
128.8250 Midwest Airlines
128.8500 MEXICANA AIR
128.8750 Tac Air Cent
128.9000 Air Wisconsin Airlines
128.9250 Great Lakes Air
129.1500 Cent OPS
129.2000 American
129.2250 AMERICAN AIRLINES
129.3250 AMERICAN EAGLE,INC. (C/S EAGLE)
129.4000 Sky West calling Denver ops
129.5500 AIR LIFE, PIKES PEAK
129.6000 Air Shuttle/SKY WEST
129.7250 Signature-Denver FBO
129.7300 Signature (FBO)
129.8000 Alegence air
129.9250 CONTINENTAL AIRLINE
129.9000 FRONTIER AIRLINES
130.0750 TAC Air (FBO)
130.0800 TAC Air (FBO)
130.1250 Jet Center Cent
130.1500 FLIGHT-4-LIFE
130.1750 AMERICA WEST
130.2000 AIR CANADA
130.2750 The Heliplex (HFBO)
130.3000 UPS
130.5000 COS contenital ops
130.5750 CO. JET CTR (FBO)
130.6750 Northwest Airlines @ KCOS
130.5800 DJC (FBO)
130.7250 Frontier Airlines
130.7500 Mesa Airlines
130.7750 shuttle craftc/s calling atlanta
130.8250 Airtron Air "Citrus C/S"
130.8500 SWA!
131.0500 Allegiant Air @ COS
131.0750 Sky West @ COS!
131.2000 HORIZON AIR
131.3000 DHL calling to San Fran
131.3250 GREAT LAKES, C/S LAKES AIR
131.3500 United Airlines/Air Canada
131.4000 Air Shuttle. Mesa airlines
131.4500 Skywest/Comm air DIA
131.5500 ACARS
131.6200 Stevens Aviation (Fuel)
131.7250 Mtn HQ. Cent
131.9250 Fedex
 

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The Aircraft band search function on your radio is your friend. You'd be surprised what you can log using it.

Phil.
 

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Yup, the hard part is figuring out who they all are???? I still have a crap load of UNKNOWNS... I wish flight schools would start teaching radio theory. VHF is line-of-sight!
 
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scanlist said:
The Aircraft band search function on your radio is your friend. You'd be surprised what you can log using it.

Phil.
How do i get my Pro-96 to do the AirCraft Band Search i was looking through the manual and i couldnt find it but i might have over looked it as well. Thanks
 

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Press Manual.

Press the search button and press again and again until it displays "Aircraft".

Up and down buttons for search up and search down.

Pause stops and starts the search.

There's a few other ranges preprogrammed into this radio as well.

Phil.
 

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You can also program a Limit Search to speed up your search or make the range smaller to search only a specific part of the AIR band.
 

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abqscan said:
Yup, the hard part is figuring out who they all are???? I still have a crap load of UNKNOWNS... I wish flight schools would start teaching radio theory. VHF is line-of-sight!

Erik the only thing the flight schools teach the new pilots is to do everything the can to keep that big fan on the front or wings of the aircraft working. Lol teaching them about radios might confuse them.
 

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Don't forget the other airports like Front Range, Jeffco, Centennial and Buckley-all of which are great fun to listen to. The towers are Front Range, 118.60, Centennial 118.90, Jeffco 120.200 and Buckley 121.00. Also listening to Denver Approach 128.450 often yields references to other frequencies. Adkad
 

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oops-right 118.6 is Jeffco and 120.2 is Front Range. Sorry about that. Adkad
 

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Thanks!!

adkad said:
Don't forget the other airports like Front Range, Jeffco, Centennial and Buckley-all of which are great fun to listen to. The towers are Front Range, 118.60, Centennial 118.90, Jeffco 120.200 and Buckley 121.00. Also listening to Denver Approach 128.450 often yields references to other frequencies. Adkad
I was out camping for a few days i havent been able to get to RR, but thank you for the freq's
 

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you're welcome. Another two are denver departure: 132.75 and 126.1. Adkad
 
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