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Wittering Freqs

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spotting10
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Wittering Freqs

Post by spotting10 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 5:54 pm

Hi all

Has anyone for an up to date list of Freqs for Wintering?

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by ColintheCaterpillar » Sun Nov 22, 2015 6:36 pm

spotting10 wrote: Wintering?
It's not that cold yet!

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by EGVP » Sat Dec 05, 2015 2:58 pm

Tower: 372.335 / 127.975
Ground: 369.225 / 122.100
ATIS: 242.475
Zone: 278.450 / 119.675
Approach: 234.075
Talkdown: 275.325 / 244.550 / 135.200

Does anyone know what callsigns are in use please?

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by ColintheCaterpillar » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:10 pm

EGVP wrote:Tower: 372.335 / 127.975
Ground: 369.225 / 122.100
ATIS: 242.475
Zone: 278.450 / 119.675
Approach: 234.075
Talkdown: 275.325 / 244.550 / 135.200

Does anyone know what callsigns are in use please?
WIT (Wittering - "Wit-Ring)) for the EFT units. I can't remember the third letter of the "UA-" trigraph CUAS and ULAS use. Formation call signs have been carried across from Cranwell and Wyton for each unit.

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by C24 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 8:53 am

Thank you
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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by tazmin88 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 9:23 am

can any one confirm the Tower UHF as I have it as 372.225 which corresponds to the Airwaves publication listing


Edit also showing as 372.225 on a recent update of UK scanning guide and the latest PB photos page

Have just comfirmed myself TWR is on 372.225
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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by Gary » Wed Apr 27, 2016 10:30 am

Just been searching and 292.800 is one of Wittering interplane / A2A freqs. Cantab 1-3 working the freq
RAF Tornados left in service = 26 :( 286 ish days left in service
GR4 =23, GR4(T) =3

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by romeo bravo » Wed Apr 27, 2016 10:43 am

Gary wrote:Cantab 1-3 working the freq
That will be CUAS then.

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Re: Wittering Freqs

Post by Gary » Fri Sep 30, 2016 12:19 am

:thumb:

Was just doing a search to find the SAM flight and found Wittering Radar broadcasting on 123.925, saying the airfield is closed. VHF version of ATIS


Parent ICAO: EGXT
Start date/time: 24/08/2016 07:36 UTC
End date/time: 16/11/2016 17:30 UTC
Activity period: null
Lower height limit: 000
Upper height limit: 999

ATIS FREQ NOW VHF ONLY 123.925MHZ
RAF Tornados left in service = 26 :( 286 ish days left in service
GR4 =23, GR4(T) =3

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