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SCOTTISH CONTROL

Postby Dieselguzzler » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:12 am

Guys,

Can you please see below and advise on freq descriptions for all ???
Please point out any errors / typos in all other freqs, and is this all scottish control freqs?

I seem to be getting a lot of differing answers on searches online.

118.775 ???
119.525 ???
119.875 D/CROSS INFO?
121.500 ???
121.325 HUMBER
121.375 ???
123.775 ANTRIM
124.500 TAY
124.825 GALLOWAY
126.300 TALLA
127.275 WEST
128.050 WALLASEY
128.675 ???
129.100 RAITHLIN
129.225 MORAY
130.975 ???
132.4916 ???
132.725 CENTRAL
133.675 HEBRIDES
133.875 ???
133.050 ISLE OF MAN
133.200 ???
133.800 EAST
134.425 STAFFA
134.775 TYNE
134.850 ???
135.525 D/CROSS S
135.850 D/CROSS N
136.575 ???
125.675 ???
125.950 ???
126.925 MONTROSE

Cheers all :thumbup:
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Re: SCOTTISH CONTROL

Postby Minus1 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:43 am

This is definitive source, produce by NATS for pilots, not us, so takes some time and effort to understand:

http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/in ... id=11.html

ENR 2.1 list all sectors with frequencies

ENR 3.1 and 3.2 list all routes with frequencies (so you can compare where an aircraft is heading with what freq it is likely to be on.
(Don't forget that airspace is three dimensional, not two, so freq will often vary with altitude.)

Lots of maps in ENR 6 section.

Not helped by the fact that Scottish do not use numbered sectors, and names are often vague and do not relate precisely to the area they cover :rolleyes:
I reserve the right to ignore people who have made no attempt to the read the manual, and expect others to do it for them.
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Re: SCOTTISH CONTROL

Postby m0lsx » Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:12 am

Although not as accurate as Minus1's link, you could search here too.
And yes, this sites own search box is useless, but you can search here using a google search if you want to see the best results for what is here. I think it was Kimmy JS19 who set it up, but who ever it was it makes searching this site really easy & very productive.
I put the link on my signature as like Kimmy's database, it answers the most common questions we get here.

https://cse.google.com/cse/home?cx=partner-pub-6291336405621919:2662881632
Buy a database from Kimmy JS19 via http://ukscanningdirectory.co.uk/
Or do Google search of this forum via https://cse.google.com/cse/publicurl?cx=017721449704518888595:wswa65nq4ww
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