flight watch

flight watch

A shortened term for use in air-to-ground contacts on 122.0 MHz to identify the flight service station providing en route flight advisory service (e.g., “Delhi Flight Watch”).
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What was not mentioned, and my primary reason to not submit Pireps, is the removal of Flight Watch and its common frequency, 122.0 MHz.
Amy, 30, of Newcastle, New South Wales, said: "I'd like to be granted the right to work and to live in Australia with my son and if they can't grant then for me to be have the Flight Watch lifted so I can bring my son back to Huddersfield instead of being subjected to living in poverty with no way out.
Specific benefits that PJC offers its customers include 24-hour service around the year, multilingual and expert staff, competitive free quotations and advice, unique aircraft sourcing technology, flight watch monitoring on all executive air charter flights.
Specific benefits that PJC offers its customers include 24-hour service round the year, multilingual and expert staff, competitive free quotations and advice, unique aircraft sourcing technology, flight watch monitoring on all executive air charter flights.
Key benefits that the Private Jet Charter organisation offers its customers include 24 hour service round the year, multilingual and expert staff, competitive free quotations and advice, unique CATS aircraft sourcing technology, flight watch monitoring on all executive air charter flights.
San Francisco Seaplane Tour's Evening Champagne Flight Watch the setting sun cast its glow over Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Pacific Coast, Muir Woods, SBC Park, and more from the window seat of a seaplane.
Flight watch is a PC-based system that allows personnel to see via a feed from the control tower a radar picture of aircraft on finals, enabling company aircraft to be met by all service and co-ordination personnel.
Pictured are the in-flight position at the Trinidad, Colo., AFSS in 2006 at top, the Oasis console at the Macon, Ga., AFSS in 2004 (middle) and the Flight Watch position at the Oakland, Calif., AIFSS in 2000, at bottom.
And this is why the FAA in October cut the dedicated Flight Watch frequencies (including the universal 122.0) and consolidated its inflight weather services into the enroute Flight Service frequencies.
Key benefits that the Private Jet Charter offers its customers include 24 hour service round the year, multilingual and expert staff, competitive free quotations and advice, unique CATS aircraft sourcing technology, flight watch monitoring on all executive air charter flights, a company statement said.
At least one aircraft owned by the company is listed on the CIA Flight Watch website as suspected of taking part in rendition flights.