Airports Radio Frequency List

In this page there are eBooks (PDF) with the frequencies assigned to the aeronautical mobile service (AMS) and to the aeronautical radionavigation service (NAVAID) active in the selected countries and bands. The informations are presented by location and also by frequency, making it easy to consult and search for individual radio emission. For each airport or installation, the geographical coordinates, the active frequencies, the service they perform (Tower, Approach, Ground services, Radio beacon, etc.) and the operational details (Airline, Sector, etc.) are provided.

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South Europe MILITARY
 

 

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Edition
2° (2020)
Price
9,99 EUR

The aeronautical radio stations that operate on VHF (118-137 and 137-144 MHz) and UHF (230-400 MHz) active on Military air routes. It includes frequencies of Military airports and joint Civil / Military airports in southern European countries. It therefore covers all types of radio communications, those needed for international flight operations as well as the frequencies assigned at local level.

Countries:
Portugal , Spain , Gibraltar , Italy , Malta , Greece

Military Airports and Heliports

Civil Airports with frequencies dedicated to Military flights

ACC/FIC Frequencies active in Military flights

Aeronautical radio communications take place in a multi-faceted and dynamic context in which Military operations must coexist with growing Civil aviation operations. For this reason the ability of the radio system to manage and control the airspace of interest is relevant. The role of guaranteeing a safe flow of military aircraft is entrusted to the Coordination and Control Services, operating at an interregional level, while local Airports make the frequencies active for all local operations. This eBook, with its own unique content, offers references for Military and Government radio communications. These are essential elements to follow the exchange between the pilots of airplanes / helicopters and the ground structures, whether they are Airports or Coordination and Control centers. This eBook shows the assignments to aeronautical stations sorted by Country / City by alphabetical order and also by frequency, making it easy to consult and search for individual emissions.

The military aeronautical radio network

The mobile aeronautical service (AMS) to better manage the communications between Military units and ground stations uses three distinct frequency bands. Two segments are on VHF and one segment is on UHF, each paying attention in this eBook. It should be noted that for logistical as well as administration reasons even some Civil airports are intermediate landing for Military units.

Military vehicles include very different types, both in terms of characteristics and use. There are in fact combat vehicles, transport units, technical support airplanes, units used by the police, vehicles dedicated to consular missions, and so on. Among the many vehicles flying over Southern Europe we mention the Eurofighter EF-2000 interceptor fighter, the F-35 fighter-bomber, the P-72 Surveyor maritime patrol boats equipped with an electro-optical turret for infrared tracking. There are also different types of training aircrafts, in-flight refueling units such as the Boeing KC-767, Alenia C-27J Spartan tactical transport aircraft, AgustaWestland HH-101 and HH-139 helicopters. Examples of a very long list.

The military aviation carries out multiple activities, some on a wide range and others related to the territory. If the former depend very much on the political / strategic context of the moment, undeniably complex as the chronicle reminds us daily, the latter are less present in the news. Among these, SAR operations are particularly important, for example for the rapid rescue of boats in an area of ​​difficult navigation. These events involve the VHF / UHF radio network in real time.

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Pages of Airports and Aeronautical Structures

Multi-Band Frequency List

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Central America and the Caribbean
 

 

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Edition
1-B (2019-B)
Price
9,99 EUR

The aeronautical radio stations that operate on LF (148-526 KHz) and on VHF (108-137 MHz) such as airports, control centers, radio navigation facilities. It therefore covers all types of radio communications, those needed for international flight operations as well as the frequencies assigned by each State or Territory for its own domestic requirements, in addition to these are the NDB / ILS / VOR / DME systems to support instrument flight.

Medium and Large Airports

Selected Small Airports

Frequencies for 34 countries, one eBook

These are the countries whose frequencies are supplied

• ANGUILLA • ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA • ARUBA • BAHAMAS • BARBADOS • BELIZE • BERMUDA • BRITISH VIRGIN ISLAND • CAYMAN ISLANDS • COSTA RICA • CUBA • CURACAO • DOMINICA • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC • EL SALVADOR • FRENCH ANTILLES • GRENADA • GUATEMALA • HAITI • HONDURAS • JAMAICA • MEXICO • MONTSERRAT • NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (BONAIRE) • NICARAGUA • PANAMA • PUERTO RICO • SAINT MAARTEN • SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS • SAINT LUCIA • SAINT VINCENT & GRENADINE • TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO • TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS • VIRGIN ISLANDS

Caribbean airports

The Islands of the BAHAMAS are an easily accessible destination thanks to the many air connections. In this eBook we propose 18 between Airports and Aeronautical Structures present within the archipelago. From the Exuma Airport, on the Great Exuma Island, to the Lynden Pindling International Airport, in the renowned town of Nassau.

Cuba, Guantanamo Airport

Known for its unique geopolitical location, the U.S. Navy Airport located in Guantanamo Bay, in the extreme south of Cuba, stretches in direct proximity to the coast with a runway about 2400 meters long. In this eBook we propose 36 between Airports and Aeronautical Structures present within the island, Guantanamo is one of these.

Mexico, Puerto Escondido Airport

Dream destination for trips in Mexico, the town of Puerto Escondido, just south of Acapulco, does not lack its own airport to support the many tourist flights. Puerto Escondido is one of the Aeronautical Structures included in this eBook.

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Airports and Aeronautical Structures treated

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ITALY
 

 

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Edition
4° (2019)
Price
9,99 EUR

The aeronautical radio stations that operate on LF (255-526 KHz) and on VHF (108-137 MHz) such as airports, control centers, meteo info centers, radio navigation facilities. It therefore covers all types of radio communications, those needed for international flight operations as well as the frequencies assigned for domestic requirements, in addition to these are the NDB / ILS / VOR / DME systems to support instrument flight.

Large Airports

Small and Medium Airports

Selected Airfields

ACC/FIC/VOLMET Frequencies

FBO Frequencies   Exclusive

In the eBook small, medium and large airports from continental Italy and its own islands. The list shows the radio assignments to aeronautical stations sorted by city (presented by name and north-to-south) and also by frequency.

The aeronautical radio network in Italy

The mobile aeronautical service (AMS) is a vital backbone for the Country in managing the complex relation between aircraft and ground stations, all this in a high-traffic airspace. For short and medium distance, the VHF band is used where with Hundreds of Active Frequencies the entire civil sector and the part of military traffic that must interact with civil and mixed airport is concentrated.

This radio structure guarantees airport-level information services, traffic control services, approach phases, and so on. A dense radio network active 24 hours a day.

Not just airports, off-shore platforms

There are air operations that shift our attention to situations other than airports. An interesting example concerns the flights made by helicopters when they are on a route to / from off-shore rig. In this context, both the aircrafts used and the destinations are particular. In spite of being little known in the waters of national competence, in fact, there are several platforms. In these there is often space dedicated to helicopter landing, the only transport vehicle that can be used to move men and materials as an alternative to boats. The frequencies engaged by these flights concern the ACC / FIC stations for VFR traffic, proposed in this eBook.

An off-shore platform. Structures similar to this one are present in significant numbers both for extraction activities and for search operations useful for future exploitation. Some of these platforms are large enough to accommodate a helicopter landing site.

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Airports and Aeronautical Structures treated

Multi-Band Frequency List

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