Column: United's Ch. 9 lets travelers listen in on cockpit, controllers

02/12/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

Aviation buffs and frequent travelers on United Airlines often listen to Channel 9, the audio feed of communications between pilots and air-traffic controllers, writes Scott McCartney in the Wall Street Journal. However, some pilots say the Channel 9 allows travelers to monitor their performance and become unnecessarily alarmed if they miss radio calls from controllers.

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