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helimed 58

Post by bendys » 01 Jun 2014, 16:28

defo rvi hospital freque 130.65.listening now.

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Post by neil57uk1 » 25 Jul 2014, 13:22

Can confirm the RVI does indead use 130.650.

May be worth checking other hospital helipads.

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Post by neil57uk1 » 04 Aug 2014, 17:04

Recently heard two helimeds coordinating on 130.650 over Yorkshire.

Checking the Great North Air Ambulance and Yorkshire Air Ambulance wed sites I see that both now have their aircraft provided by Multiflight at LBA who's company freq is 130.650. Guess this explaines it.

Assume staff at the RVI must have a base station or a handy on 130.650.

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Post by thelad » 04 Aug 2014, 17:49

Multiflight do have the maintenance contract for GNAA and YAA, only hear 130.650 used for VIP flights by them in to LBA and the flying school now and again but GNAA and YAA do attend the same incedents sometimes so would make sense to have pilot comms togeather.
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Post by timbo » 04 Sep 2014, 10:17

Helimed being filmed by another chopper over the RVI this morning ( probably Helicopter Heroes or something ) Chatting to each other on 130.650.

130.650 also appears to be a company frequency for Loganair, as I listen now, one aircraft talking to ground at Wick.

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Post by neil57uk1 » 04 Sep 2014, 20:09

130.650 also used by YAA to call Leeds General Inf. Haven't heard it used at James Cook yet.

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Post by thelad » 04 Sep 2014, 20:38

From what i heard Helicopter Heroes with YAA has finished and they have no plans to do any more.
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Post by rapier49 » 06 Sep 2014, 11:17

hi all. re the helimed 53 posting, our helimed (helimed 24) was being filmed on i think wednesday at raf benson by g-telly (a augusta ) owned by castle air charters from cornwall. when it had finished it landed and was refulled , the crew said they was going around the uk filming different air ambulances and it's next stop was durham. i hope this info helps someone

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Post by timbo » 12 Jan 2015, 12:30

timbo wrote:Helimed being filmed by another chopper over the RVI this morning ( probably Helicopter Heroes or something )

Turns out to be "Air Ambulance ER" which is now airing on Sky 1 , Mon, 22.00. Not sure what episode features the RVI landing though.

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Post by timbo » 13 Jan 2015, 22:05

Actually - that's the repeat. The new ones are Tue - 9pm ( Sky 1 ) and the RVI helipad landing one was on tonight - so catch it again next Mon @ 10.

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Post by timbo » 12 Jul 2015, 21:02

Not HeliMed, but sure I've just been listening to a Chinook ( ZH904 ) Lifting from RVI ( roof ? ) to Newcastle Airport. That's a big chopper for roof landing eh ?

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Post by rayzor_uk » 16 Jul 2015, 18:47

am or fm thanks

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Post by Radioshane » 25 Jul 2015, 01:03

how many people at hospitals talk to the hospitals

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Post by Radioshane » 25 Jul 2015, 01:05

thelad what do you mean Yorkshire air ambulance is used for vip flights to lba?

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