What is the frequency range for Airband?


The airband or air band is the band of frequencies used for radio communication in aviation. Airband is used to mean the VHF band between 108 MHz and 137 MHz, which covers its use for commercial and general aviation, radionavigational aids, air traffic control and other uses.
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The frequency range for airband is between 108 MHz and 137 MHz. From 108 to 117.975 MHz, it is split into narrow-band channels reserved for navigational aids such as fan marker beacons, Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) and Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS) messages.
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