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In The Beginning.....

"With the development of commercial air services (and radio) in the 1930s came the need for a supporting ground organisation.

This need was reinforced by the tragic losses of the first ANA's Avro X Southern Cloud in 1931, Airlines of Australia's Stinson VH-UHH in 1937 and the second ANA's DC3 Kyeema in 1938.

At first marine radio stations were used for communication with aircraft, but soon a dedicated air traffic services organisation was established, one that continues to play a vital role in safe air transport today."

..courtesy of the Airways Museum Website


LATEST NEWS ........

Morse versus Texting

This warms the heart. Click HERE

Website Administrator

Where Are They Now???

This new section is now operational. Sign in and click through to the Main Menu. You will see the Where Are They Now tab on the left hand side of the top menu items.

Please, please make this new addition to Listening Watch work.

Send your present whereabouts (and what you are doing) to admin@listeningwatch.org. Also include a story about your experience in FS/ATC/Com. Your story could be a funny episode or experience in your career, or a story that showed FS/ATC/Com were a valuable service back in your day.

Damien Brennan
Website Administrator

New Book by Doug Whitfield

This is my latest book, though not about aviation, I tried a different angle and it seems to have worked.

Click here

Cheers,
Doug Whitfield.

Aeroplane windsock - The Quaal Windsock - Sundance Wyoming

I thought that this may be of interest? I was quite taken with it! An antique Beechcraft airplane serves as a giant windsock for people driving through the blustery open country of eastern Wyoming.

Click here

Cheers,
Doug Whitfield.

RECENT PASSINGS

It is with sadness we report the following recent passings :

Kerry Rorison -- Dave McDonell -- Russell Chalmers
Warren Tulk -- Jack Kleinhanss -- Wayne Hedges
Robin Bridger -- Tom Crogan -- Terry Hine
Steve Mahoney -- Barry Hayward -- Graham "Sandy" McNab
Steve Aiberti -- Lawrence Passmore -- Alec Lee
Trevor Schwarz -- Sid Goodwin -- Fred Kluth
Ron Foale -- John Birt -- Alan Pedersen
Alan Clayton --- John Cooper --- Kevin Coomber
Bob Taylor --- Mike Roberts --- Keith Bebbington
Noel Jackson --- Robert Whitecross --- Clive Norfolk
David Turnbull --- Allan Kirk --- Steve Royal
Les Quilliam --- Bill Parkin --- Martin Melkus
Bruce Gow --- Peter Cope --- Jack Shave
Dave Holmes --- Peter Hull --- Allen Nutton
John 'Gino' Cooper

Details are available in the RIP Section.