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from Control Tower Region of Waterloo Airport
The audio player below and to your right should
start automatically from any desktop or laptop browser (Google
Chrome suggested.) Those with mobile devices
may need to press the 'Play button' to start the audio. Pressing 'pause'
delays the feed. Pressing 'Play' again, continues where you left off. If you want the live feed, you will need to reload the page. Android
phones (devices) should try to use a 'Chrome Browser app' if
available for best results. The feed is delivered in an MP3 format. If you
are unable to receive the feed, try whatever different browser app
is available to you from your specific 'App store'.
listening to the Waterloo Control Tower feed, do not expect constant
transmissions. During poor weather, high winds, and during the
winter months, traffic volumes will decline. Recreational and
training aircraft will be restricted with visibility reported at
less than 3 miles, and a ceiling of less than 1000 feet.
Traditionally, January and February record the lowest traffic
volumes. During the summer, complete frequency saturation is not
Total air traffic
movements for 2016 were approximately 104,000 (up 3% from the
previous year), the bulk of which are light recreational and
training aircraft. With the longest runway at 7000 feet, the airport
easily accommodates all manner of business class executive jets, and
scheduled Westjet Boeing 737 traffic.