Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

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Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

Post by stratocaster » 03 Mar 2017, 08:56

Hi Folks! I was looking to update my airband frequency lists via Airwaves and Callsign, but can't seem to get a 2016 book? Any idea? Have Photavia press hit the skids? Info much appreciated! :thumbup:
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Re: Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

Post by rocket » 03 Mar 2017, 09:14

No, they are no longer published.
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Re: Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

Post by stratocaster » 03 Mar 2017, 10:45

Thanks for the info. That's sad to note, they were a good source and was introduced to their publications via my good friend on here stu. Oh well, I shall source from other avenues! :)
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Re: Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

Post by thelad » 03 Mar 2017, 11:35

The last one was 2015, i got the last copy that was on Amazon.
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Re: Are Airwaves and Callsign still published?

Post by rocket » 03 Mar 2017, 18:02

There is always the Pocket Airband guide as an alternative if you are just after civil and mil air frequencies.

Last update of that was 2015 also and I've got to get the next update done, and it's going to be a big one as a lot of the ground services have gone over to DMR on UHF.
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