Re: [SystemSafety] Chicago controller halts Delta jet's near-miss....

From: Peter Bernard Ladkin < >
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2015 07:16:19 +0200


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On 2015-06-29 01:32 , Les Chambers wrote:
> Steve I am assuming that even if there are other mechanisms for detecting unauthorised
> movement, ATC still depends on the voice channel to stop the aircraft taking off. Am I
> correct?

It depends what you mean by "rely on". ATC cannot "rely on" a voice channel when a voice channel is not available. In that case, light signals are used.

ATC normally uses broadcast radio on a specific frequency (which I take it is what you mean by a "voice channel") to communicate with aircraft (both participating and non-participating). CPDLC over ACARS is used for some communication in some areas, though not (yet) for takeoff/landing operations I don't think.

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