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Live ATC

Live ATC
Help Wanted Feeder Site Volunteers If you are within listening range of an airport and have a police scanner or any airband-capable receiver, please consider becoming a LiveATC air traffic control feeder site. Besides the scanner, you need: - an always-on Internet connection - an external or attic antenna (for optimum reception) - audio cable to connect scanner to PC sound card - PC running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux - free software we provide and help you set up Note: We sell pre-configured Raspberry Pi feed systems - inquire Contact us for further info. Help Spread the Word!

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Cours MTO Tout d’abord, on peut dire qu’il y a deux types de turbulences : celles qu’on voit et celles qu’on ne voit pas. C’est évidemment les secondes les plus ennuyeuses.J’entends par « les turbulences qu’on voit » celles qui sont accompagnées de nuages ou de phénomènes visibles. Par exemple, si vous vous promenez à côté d’un cunimb, d’une averse, ou encore sous une couche de cumulus en formation, vous pouvez vous attendre à vous faire secouer. Rien d’étonnant à cela. Par contre, ça paraît beaucoup plus difficile de s’attendre à une turbulence invisible. RunwayFinder - Aeronautical Charts - Flight Planning Live Flight Tracker Click to change ClassicEarth ViewAviation SectionalIFR High En RouteIFR Low En Route Sunlit EarthWeather RadarTFRsNearby Airports

MET'MAP Unable to refresh Data.Please check your internet connection. How Air Traffic Control Works" Durin­g peak air travel times in the United States, there are about 5,000 airplanes in the sky every hour. This translates to approximately 50,000 aircraft operating in our skies each day. How do these aircraft keep from colliding with each other? How does air traffic move into and out of an airport or across the country? The task of ensuring safe operations of commercial and private aircraft falls on air traffic controllers. They must coordinate the movements of thousands of aircraft, keep them at ­safe distances from each other, direct them during takeoff and landing from airports, direct them around bad weather and ensure that traffic flows smoothly with minimal delays.