New Manchester Frequencies

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I am aware that recently the Manchester Approach frequency has changed due to interference with a GA airfield somewhere down south (Kent I think). Scanning through my programmed frequencies theres never as much activity as there used to be... so have the area control frequencies at manchester changed aswell?

Please can someone post me either a list or a link to a page that contains an up-to-date list of the frequencies used at Manchester?

This is pretty urgent as I need them for an inbound flight in the morning. I'm going to have a search aswell.

Cheers in advance

BEN

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STOP STOP!

STOP STOP!

Apologies guys... I think I've found what I'm looking for... It couldn't find it first time round!

MANCHESTER AIRPORT FREQUENCIES
07 June 2003 22:37

Frequencies currently in use (20/5/03):

Approach

119.525

118.575 (Secondary)

Director

121.35

Tower

118.625 (24R/06L)

119.40 (24L/06R)

455.55

Ground

121.85

125.375 (Secondary)

Delivery

121.70

Control

134.425

128.05

133.80

118.775

133.05

125.10 (Secondary)

133.40 (Secondary)

125.95 (Secondary)

126.50 (Secondary)

134.925 (Secondary)

ATIS

128.175 (Arrivals)

121.975 (Departures)

Fire Service

121.60

Handling/Operations

130.650 (Ringway Handling / Northern Executive Aviation / Aviance)

130.025 (Globe Ground)

130.600 (Servisair (UK Nationwide Frequency))

131.850 (British Airways Ops)

131.700 (Air 2000 Ops)

136.800 (MyTravel Ops)

130.750 (Aer Lingus Ops (Usually handled by Servisair Ops))

131.775 (Air Scandic Ops)

Kind Regards

BEN

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Airwaves 2003 gives the following:-
118.575 Approach director.
121.35 Approach north.
128.175 ATIS arrivals.
121.85 Ground.
118.625 Tower. 24R/06L
119.4 Approach south.
121.975 ATIS departures.
121.7 Ground delivery.
125.375 Ground standby.
119.525 Tower 24L/06R
This list was printed during April/May this year.
Good Luck. mmitch.

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Ahh yes mmitch but the 119.4 approach is, i believe, no longer in use because it was interfering with another station on the same frequency. Its a fairly recent change.

Thanks for your help.

Rgrds
BEN

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the whole of the Manchester airways structure has been changed - you may notice the UPTON SIDs have dissapeared from NM benair replaced by LAMIX and summot else SIDs