Pacific HF Frequency Assignments
Valid from Nov. 19, 2019, 1830Z
Notes

ALL ASA Flights: CA to / from HI tracks & Pacific NW: 8843/5574
ALL ASA Flights: HI tracks & Pacific NW to / from CA : 10057/6673

Primary Secondary
Mainland Departures exiting West Coast
California → Hawaii tracks (AAL/ACA/WJA/Military) Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
California → Hawaii tracks (Others) Air Traffic Control 8843 kHz 5574 kHz
Pacific NW → Hawaii tracks Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
North America → South Pacific Air Traffic Control 8843 kHz 5574 kHz
North America → Asia Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
Traffic Distribution
Flights are sorted by Airline Operator and geographic location
North America departures toward Hawaii are divided between
California and the Pacific NW (Seattle and Vancouver ARTCC)
Distribution does not apply for North America to Asia or the South Pacific
Hawaii Departures
Hawaii → California tracks (AAL/ACA/WJA/Military) Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
Hawaii → California tracks (Others) Air Traffic Control 10057 kHz 6673 kHz
Hawaii → Pacific NW tracks Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
Hawaii → Southbound Air Traffic Control 5643 kHz 8867 kHz
Hawaii → Westbound Air Traffic Control 6532 kHz 3455 kHz
Hawaii → Alaska Air Traffic Control 11282 kHz 5547 kHz
Other Regions
Primary Secondary Tertiary
Guam Area Air Traffic Control 5652 kHz 8870 kHz 6532 kHz
Alaska/North Pacific (West of 150W) Air Traffic Control 6655 kHz 8951 kHz
Polar Route Air Traffic Control 6640 kHz 8933 kHz 11342 kHz
Mazatlan Airspace Air Traffic Control 8843 kHz 5574 kHz
Long Distance Operational Control
Call on your enroute HF primary for phone patch frequency assignment
VHF
Extended Range VHF LAX/SFO/ACV/Hawaii/Guam 131.95 MHz
On-ground LAX 131.95 MHz
On-ground SFO 130.40 MHz
On-ground SEA/PDX 131.80 MHz
On-ground YVR 129.40 MHz
San Francisco ARINC SatVoice 436625
For more information contact San Francisco ARINC at +1-925-294-8297
*Flights may call on-ground VHF for HF frequency assignments at the designated gateways or on the extended range VHF when airborne.