LiveATC Air Radio is brought to you by LiveATC.net PLEASE READ ***IMPORTANT NOTICE*** BELOW **BEFORE** PURCHASING This notice relates to countries not covered by the LiveATC.net system Stuck in the airport terminal and want to know why you're delayed? Live near an airport or enjoy plane-spotting and want to tune in to the pilots and the control tower? Have you always wondered what pilots talk to air traffic controllers about? Now you can stop wondering and tune in live! LiveATC Air Radio provides a quick and easy way to listen in on live conversations between pilots and air traffic controllers near many airports around the world. LiveATC Air Radio lets you easily browse by U.S. state, Canadian province, or by country to find an airport of interest. Once you find an interesting channel you just add it to your Favorites list for quick and easy access! You can also use the Nearby function to find airports near you. The LiveATC network (www.liveatc.net) is the world's largest network of streaming audio feeds focused solely on aviation-related communications, currently covering over 1,200 airports around the world with over 2,000 different audio feeds and growing weekly! *** IMPORTANT NOTICE *** Please check to see if your country, city and/or airports of interest are covered by LiveATC *BEFORE PURCHASING* - check at: http://liveatc.net . Note that we do not have coverage in the U.K., Belgium, Germany, Iceland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and other countries where streaming ATC communications seems to be prohibited by law. Available airports/channels are subject to change at any time - LiveATC owns and operates many of the receivers used in the network but many are provided by volunteers. Available airports can change, many times due to reasons beyond our control. For this reason there is no service guarantee - and there is no guarantee that any particular channel will be up 24/7, though we make our best effort to do so and have a good track record of uptime. Follow LiveATC for feed updates and breaking aviation and ATC-related news: Twitter: http://twitter.com/liveatc Facebook: http://facebook.com/liveatc
I’d love to be able to listen in on more airports, such as those who don’t have atc. I know it might be hard, but as a student pilot who flies out of an uncontrolled airport, I’d like the chance to be able to hear more on the uncontrolled airport side.
The app is terrible. You can’t make out much of what is being said. Much better to simply call the number.
Basically works only when it wants to, which is less often than it does work.
Straight up junk. Unable to get active frequency to work. May have been first but it is definitely junk in my book
I’m a student pilot and I was about to buy a radio transceiver to practice radio communication, but I’ve found this app that works great. You will not regret the purchase. Go for it
A few days ago the San Francisco (SFO) ATC reception decreased dramatically. You can hear planes but with static, but cannot hear tower or ATIS, even though they are listed as “up”. A week ago it was fine. What changed or failed? ———- 2/23/2020 -Bring back KSMF (Sacramento Int’l) Tower & Ground, App & Dep. hopefully with better reception.
Please add KAPF airport👊🏽💪🏽
When I’m done with the app on my iPad I swipe to close, yet the app will somehow turn on and connect to my headphones or car Bluetooth if my iPad signal is left on. This app for whatever reason just starts playing even though it isn’t loaded/opened. It’s quite annoying. Other than that the app works well though the radio are difficult to hear though that’s common in aviation anyway. Over all worth the money I just wish it only turned on when I told it to.
I bought this app to be able to listen to Lunken control tower. I’m getting only Cincinnati approach control . Should be able to enter specific frequency and get that communication.
This app is good! I was debating buying it because you can listen for free online but it is much easier and efficient on the app. One thing I think would make it easy 5 stars is to add some sort of comment section/discussion board where listeners can chat about the things they hear, I feel like most listeners are ATC or studying ATC so a discussion board can be a good place to communicate.