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active 2019-01-31 Belfast/City (EGAC) Frequency Update

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Chris Pawley

Effective 31 January 2019

 

The following frequencies are updated at Belfast/City

 

Belfast/City Tower 122.820 becomes 122.830 - however due to the inability to simulate 8.33 kHz frequencies - we will retain the existing frequency

Belfast/City Information 136.620 becomes 124.580 - however due to inability to simulate 8.33kHz frequencies - we will use 124.570

 

The UK Sector File is updated per 2019/02. Other resources will be updated in a future AIRAC cycle.

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