Back in the early 1990s, picking someone up from Nairobi JKIAirport sometimes also included tuning into 119.700 MHz on the beloved Standard C168. A VHF radio, tuned to the frequency of Nairobi approach that tells you whether the expected plane would be landing soon. Unable to understand any aircraft radio communication back in the days, I never really had a benefit from this service, even though it was still cool.
The view from my balcony via Flightradar24 (pro) on my iPhone 4S.
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