STARS

kenmohrhardt

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Has anyone seen STARS appearing on Flightradar24 or similar radar programs. I believe Link Centre can monitor on Sky Tracker but I have never seen them on Flightradar24 based on internet.
I live in Fort McMurray, and last week l noticed for the first time on Flightradar24 what I believe was our STARS out on call watched the helicopter
Fly southwest of town.
 

harryshute

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The one time I remembered to look at Flight Radar 24 after a STAR 3 dispatch I saw nothing. Then the Link Center told them that the flight wasn't showing up on Sky Tracker. They told them to do manual location reports. Edmonton area call.
 

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GLLS is the third H145, and was revealed in Saskatoon last week. LLS stands for Land of Living Skies.

 

VE6BRW

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Still trying to figure out how the flight crews are alerted?
I hear them being paged, but don't believe it's MD1200, sound are slow and rapid tones/beeps usually 2 sets of 4 or 5
 

robertmac

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They generally test their tones around 2100. I'm not into tones, but they do get some tones when they are alerted to a possible flight. Then a different set of tones when they are dispatched. First set of tones are slower than the dispatch tones [at least in Calgary].
 

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They generally test their tones around 2100. I'm not into tones, but they do get some tones when they are alerted to a possible flight. Then a different set of tones when they are dispatched. First set of tones are slower than the dispatch tones [at least in Calgary].
It’s the same in Edmonton as well.
 
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