13.21 (New York time) – Rough start time for recording  this ATC



  13.22 (New York time)


• JFK – ATC

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  Ahh Oscar Alpha Golf Tower.


 • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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 Alpha Golf errrr good morning


• JFK – ATC

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   Good morning where working on your relays which may take a few moments.


 • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)  

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 Ok Alpha Golf where holding short of the protected area.

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• JFK – ATC

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  Oscar Alpha Golf is that errr aircraft gonna to be used for self service now to make err

              like a little Concorde parts


 • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister) (laughing mood)

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 Be happy wonderful if we could huh ……..I think err the people at Boeing might

 copy a bit of it.


• JFK – ATC

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   Where sorry to see it go  


                      • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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             Well I  hope  they  get  together  with  an  international  consortium  and  get  a

              replacement  as soon as they can.


 • JFK – ATC

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          Yeah that would be great.

 

                      • Canada 220

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 Err tower chamber err 220 down a vector err ala four.


• JFK – ATC

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   Canada 220 Kennedy tower, need you to reduce  now to  your   final   approach   speed,

   you’re a good 8 miles behind a heavy 767.


               However in that gap there will be, a “CONCORDE” departing  31  left  pushing  away

   turbulence.


13.24 -   13.26 secs


• JFK - ATC

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   Chat with other planes ……………….


13.26 (New York time)


• JFK – ATC

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Oscar Alpha Golf  I understand you need an exact wheels up time for  this  trip  now ?

You’re gonna have to tell me when you want me to report that  because  I   can’t   see

you. I have you on radar but I can’t see you arrrr lifting off.


 • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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       Ok that’s fine I’ll just say  airborne  once  we  get  the  wheels  and  get  positive

       climb and that then sets the start time for the record ………...........…to Seattle.


• JFK – ATC

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   That will be perfect.


 • G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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Thanks where going  to  go  supersonic  over  northern  Canada,  so  we  should

 break the record event.


• JFK – ATC

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   Alright  Oscar  Alpha  Golf   I’m  gonna  clear  you  for   take   off   from   that   location

    momentarily as my next arrival on 4 right touches down, but be ready  to   go,   you   are

    ready to go now ?


 • G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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 Affirm Alpha Golf we’ll be ready to go on your command.


• JFK – ATC

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   Please just a second here.


 • G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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 Ok


 • JFK - ATC

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         Chats with other planes ……………….

 

  13.31 (New York Time)


            • JFK – ATC

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Cargo left 778 you can taxi in to position hold 4 left, but you will be holding for a Concorde

departure on a 31 left.


    • Cargo left 778 (in a german accent)  

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             That is copy in to position and hold errr until the last Concorde departing.

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  13.32 (New York time)

            • JFK – ATC

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   Right Speedbird Oscar Alpha Golf   ………


   Good luck wind zero two zero at five rbur with your  runway  more  than  6000  runway

   31 left …… clear for take off.


    • G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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             Cleared for take off runway 31 left errr that’s Alpha Golf.

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  13.32.10 seconds (New York time)


            • JFK – ATC

As far as the last Concorde flight to depart Kennedy is about to take the runway 31 left for

departure.

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  13.33:18 secs (New York time)


    • Chandler 220

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             Tower kim 220 zero 5 criml 4 right.

      

      • JFK – ATC

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   Chandler 220 – yes sir clear to  land 220 4 right crossing the wake of  Alpha  Concorde

   is starting the role on 31 Left.


    • Chandler 220

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             Clear landing 4 right crossing the wake.


  13.33:30 secs – 13.33.33 seconds  


      • JFK - ATC

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         Chat with other planes ……………….


  13.34 (New York time)


                • Unknown plane

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    Clear plane, thanks for the telling the folks up here. Concorde had already done that

    but is Alpha Golf going back to London ?


      • JFK – ATC

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         No no errr this ones going to errr boeing museum in ah Seattle.


                • Unknown plane

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             Oh ok thanks.


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  13.35 (New York time)


                • G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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             Alpha Golf’s airborne


      • JFK – ATC

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         Thank you Alpha Golf


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  13.35.30 seconds (New York time)


      • JFK – ATC

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  Alright Oscar Alpha Golf, we’ll miss you err good luck  with  the  speed  record attempt,

  contact departures so long.


                • G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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       Over to departures and thanks very much for your help over the years where gonna

        miss you lot.


  Hope to come and visit you in the tower soon  and  what  time  do  you  have  for

  airborne please ?


      • JFK – ATC

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          I show it at one eight three five and 18 seconds.


                •  G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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        That’s copied thanks very much left bye.


      • JFK – ATC

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         You need us to call company or will you do that ?


                •  G-BOAG (Mike Bannister)

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       Could you err send it in writing for the official bit thanks  a  lot  to  the  company  ?


      • JFK – ATC

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        Will do it.


                •  G-BOAG (Les Brodie)

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      Alpha Golf errr bye.