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Welcome on board Flight 131 of the Squawk Ident Podcast – The Reluctant Pilot
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Welcome on board Flight 131 of the Squawk Ident Podcast – The Reluctant Pilot
On today’s flight, I have the honor of being joined in the mobile studios by an aviator who’s journey began the Pacific Northwest when his older brother dared him to take a Demo Flight after a heated discussion that people with glasses can’t fly airplanes. From student pilot, airport lineman, gold seal flight instructor, to airline pilot, his experiences has lead him to piloting Bandeirantes, Jetstreams, Brasilias, Md-80’s, B737s, and currently the A320 family of aircraft. 
He is a storyteller, a model aircraft collector, and a professional money waister with his performance car and motorcycle hobbies. Prone to collecting nearly anything, if left unsupervised. He shares his journey in aviation with us. Captain Dave Buchmiller joins me on the podcast today.
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Serial Killer with Jack B is joined by Jack to talk about more Mental Health.In Today's Episode:The State Of Flight Attendant Mental HealthNeed to talk to someone?thAIR|apyMental health serviceAward winning nonprofit organization focused on the mental health and well-being of Flight Attendants. Text or WhatsApp"CREW" to +1833-532-1096linktr.ee/thairapyInterested in the game?*SERIAL KILLER : The card game for humans with murderous thoughts sometimes…*It’s a card game where you pair deaths to victims.*It’s dark humor for mental health.This is my Kickstarter Campaign Link:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/serialkillercardgame/serial-killer?ref=discovery&term=serial%20killerThis is my Kickbooster Link: https://the-serial-killer-card-game.kickbooster.me/boostAnyone can use Kickbooster to promote Serial Killer online, and get 10% Kickback when somebody pre-orders the game using their link.Follow Us: Instagram: @TheFlightAttendantPodcastTwitter: @StaySafeFlySafeEmail: [email protected]: TheFlightAttendantPodcast.comTheme Song: Partners In Crime by Jim Hamilton Instagram: @JamiltoneTwitter: @therealJamilton
FPP164 – A Lesser Man Would Have Died! Sea Stories with "Lefty" Former U.S. Navy A-4 Skyhawk, A-7 Corsair II, and F/A-18 Hornet pilot Jerry "Lefty" Schubert stopped by the show during a 2020 Happy Hour to share stories on grit, Naval Aviation, and fatherhood.Sponsored by National University. To find out more, visit nu.edu.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
Flight Testing: First Flight and Envelope Expansion Miss the old show format where Jell-O answers listener questions and makes announcements in his usual quippy style? Well, you're in luck! This week he and guest co-host Ken Katz catch up like old times and clear out the mail bag.Then Ken interviews civilian test pilot Shannon "Bam Bam" Lunsford on the careful considerations and risk mitigation strategies employed when flying a prototype aircraft for the first time. Get ready for "miles of orange wire" and "YAPS" probes on this episode of the Fighter Pilot Podcast…Sponsored by National University. To find out more, visit nu.edu.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
RFT 597: Divine Intervention – Let's Stop Believing Our Own Press! Sully Sullenberger: "I'm very glad that the Federal Aviation Administration has ensured the safety of the traveling public by wisely denying the waiver request by Republic Airways to cut in half the pilot experience requirement. U.S. airlines have attained an extraordinarily good safety record, with no fatal crashes in more than 13 and a half years." Sorry, Sully, not true. An Atlas Air B767 flying for Amazon crashed on Feb 23, 2019, killing the three crew members. The first officer, who caused the crash, had 5073 flying hours. He had falsified his flying history and lied about failing seven check rides. The 2009 Colgan Air crash that was the impetus for the 1500 hour rule was caused by a captain with a history of three proficiency check failures at Colgan. In July 2017 Air Canada Flight 759 had two pilots with more than 1500 hours each. They missed crashing into several aircraft on a taxiway, clearing the closest plane by 14 feet. If they had crashed, the death toll would have eclipsed the Teneriffe crash. The crash was averted by a United Airlines pilot telling them they were lined up on a taxiway. In December, B777 UA1722 took off from the Kahului Airport at 14:49 local time, where it was met with stormy conditions. Looking at data provided by FlightRadar24.com, the aircraft reached 2,200 ft approximately a minute after departing. However, it quickly began descending just north of the island's Baldwin Beach Park. At 14:50, the calibrated altitude of the aircraft was just around 775 ft as the aircraft dropped over the waters along the coast of Maui. From CNN Business: Five recent near-collisions on US runways, including one more this week in Boston, have prompted federal safety investigators to open multiple inquiries and a sweeping review. Boston Air traffic controllers stopped JetBlue flight from running into a departing private jet as it was coming in to land on the evening of February 27 night in Boston. The FAA is investigating the incident. The two planes involved in the apparent close call at Boston Logan International Airport came within 565 feet (172 meters) of colliding, according to Flightradar24's preliminary review of its data. According to a preliminary review, the pilot of a Learjet 60 took off without clearance while JetBlue Flight 206 was preparing to land on an intersecting runway," the FAA said in a statement. "JetBlue 206, go around," said the controller in Boston Logan's tower, according to recordings archived by LiveATC.net. The FAA says its air traffic controller told the crew of the Learjet to "line up and wait" on Runway 9 as the JetBlue Embraer 190 approached the intersecting Runway 4 Right. "The Learjet pilot read back the instructions clearly but began a takeoff roll instead," the FAA said in a statement. "The pilot of the JetBlue aircraft took evasive action and initiated a climb-out as the Learjet crossed the intersection." Burbank Last week, the National Transportation Safety Board said that a crew of a landing Mesa Airlines CRJ900 "executed a pilot-initiated go-around" as a SkyWest Embraer E175 was taking off from the same runway. A go-around is a routine measure to abort a landing on the approach. The NTSB says neither airplane was damaged and nobody on board was hurt. LiveATC.net recordings from the time of the incident chronicle confusion over whether the SkyWest flight was off the runway at Bob Hope Burbank Airport in California. It's unclear how close the two planes came to a collision. "Is he off the runway yet?" asked one unidentified voice. "We're going around," responded the crew of the Mesa flight. "The Mesa pilot discontinued the landing and initiated a climb out," said a FAA statement, which is also investigating the incident. </p
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Episode 181: CKS207 On May 25, 2008 A Kalitta Air flight is leaving Brussels when something goes wrong. What caused this flight to overrun the runway?
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Episode 182: N87701 (The Twilight Zone Crash) On July 23, 1982 a Huey helicopter is helping out on the set of a movie when catastrophe strikes. What caused the pilot to lose control?
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Flight Testing: First Flight and Envelope Expansion Miss the old show format where Jell-O answers listener questions and makes announcements in his usual quippy style? Well, you're in luck! This week he and guest co-host Ken Katz catch up like old times and clear out the mail bag.Then Ken interviews civilian test pilot Shannon "Bam Bam" Lunsford on the careful considerations and risk mitigation strategies employed when flying a prototype aircraft for the first time. Get ready for "miles of orange wire" and "YAPS" probes on this episode of the Fighter Pilot Podcast…Sponsored by National University. To find out more, visit nu.edu.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
Dutch court halts flight cuts in Amsterdam
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AvTalk Episode 210: Passing the Medium Flocking Bird Test On this episode of AvTalk, a Dutch court halts plans to cull flights in Amsterdam, a SkyUp Airlines 737 escapes Ukraine, and the FAA has finally issued new certification guidelines for engine encounters with “medium flocking birds.”
Dutch court halts flight cuts in Amsterdam
A Dutch court ruled this week that cuts imposed by Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam for the 2023-2024 winter season to meet pollution and noise targets did not follow proper procedures, allowing airlines to continue operating up to 500,000 annual flights—for now. Airlines argued in court that they can meet the targets thanks to newer aircraft and sustainable aviation fuel.
SkyUp Airlines 737 escapes Ukraine
A SkyUp Airlines 737 successfully flew out of Ukraine this week after more than a year stuck in Kyiv.
Repossession possible for some of Go First fleet
Some of Indian carrier Go First’s fleet is under repossession threat after non-payment. But the story isn’t that simple thanks to the engine those planes use.
Shenzhen Airlines brings back the MAX
Shenzhen Airlines returned its first 737 MAX to service this week. It becomes the 8th Chinese airline to return the MAX to service.
Red Way Airlines coming soon
Get ready Lincoln, Nebraska, Red Way is coming! The new virtual airline will sell tickets for flights operated by Global X as public charters, beginning with routes to Las Vegas and Orlando.
Ultra Air ceases operations
Just 14 months after its first flight, Colombian carrier Ultra Air has shut down. And the reason they gave for their failure is interesting.
Canada-United Arab Emirates expand flight agreement
Expanded flights between Canada and the UAE, cooperation between Air Canada and Emirates. What is happening!?
Medium Flocking Bird test
14 years after US Airways flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River after striking a flock of birds, the FAA has finalized new engine certification guidelines. Specifically, the FAA is revising its medium flocking bird test.
Actual snakes on an actual plane
A cobra in a Baron 58. What could go wrong?
Wanna buy a Connie?
The Lockheed Super Constellation that was meant to be restored in Germany is now up for sale. HB-SRC, a Lockheed L-1049 built in 1955 could be yours.
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AvTalk Episode 211: It’s volcano time On this episode of AvTalk, Sheveluch is disrupting flights. The volcano causing problems this time isn’t as bad (yet) and isn’t nearly as hard to pronounce as Eyjafjallajökull. Airbus and Boeing report their first quarter delivery numbers and Aeroflot leans on Iran’s sanctions-busting experience for maintenance.
Sheveluch volcano erupts in Russia
Ash from the Sheveluch volcano on the Kamchatka peninsula is leading to reroutes and some flight cancellations. Alaska Airlines began canceling some flights to and within Alaska on Thursday and transpacific flights are rerouting around the area, adding time and distance to their crossings.
Aeroflot A330 in Iran for maintenance
Aeroflot has contracted Mahan Air for heavy maintenance on one of its A330 aircraft, leaning on the Iran airline’s sanctions-busting experience to get parts.
Note: Ian got both the current and former registration wrong. The current registration is RA-73700 and the former registration is VQ-BNS. Ian regrets the error. Jason probably doesn’t care.
Air Bridge Cargo bringing back the IL-96
With its 747 fleet in stasis, Air Bridge Cargo is putting an IL-96 freighter into service. The IL-96 operated with Polet Flight until 2014.
Former Antonov director charged in destruction of An-225
Ukraine has charged the former director on Antonov in connection with the destruction of the An-225 in the days following the Russian invasion. The government says Serhii Bychkov failed to order the aircraft flown to Leipzig and failed to renew an insurance policy for the aircraft.
Airbus and Boeing deliveries, orders, and news
Boeing beat out Airbus for the delivery crow on the first quarter of the year. We break down the numbers for both manufacturers and see which order book has grown as well.
Pratt and Whitney Geared Turbofan engines still causing problems
Analysis by Cirium paints a painful picture for airlines operating aircraft powered by the Pratt and Whitney Geared Turbofan engine. According to their research, almost 12% of A320neo-family and 14% of A220 aircraft with P&W GTF engines are in storage. AirBaltic recently stated it took 386 days to get one engine back from repair.
JetBlue is going to Amsterdam, maybe
JetBlue says it will fly from New York to Amsterdam later this summer. We’ll see about that.
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E56 Were the Private Jet Scenes in S4 E3 of Succession Real? | SPOILERS! I dissect the private jet scenes in Season 4, Episode 3 “Connor’s Wedding” of the HBO Max series Succession. The air date of this Succession episode was April 9, 2023. Were the private jet scenes true to life? Were the writers accurate, and what is one major discrepancy I noticed?
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Shift Wars revisited | Can shift animosity be indication of bigger problems? Animosity and frustration exist between shifts of all industries. We’ve all seen examples of that, from inadequate turnovers to downright failure to accomplish assigned tasks. Today, we revisit a topic from a previous episode many moons ago, rehash some frustrations from shift to shift, discuss some reasons why it may exist, and discuss some solutions to mitigate them.Follow us on Facebook- @cancelledformaintenance, Instagram- @canxformaintenancepodcast.Twitter- @cxmxpodcastDid you know we have a comic series? Check it out on the Tapas app or visit us at: https://tapas.io/series/CXMXcomicsVisit our website and check out our merch at www.cancelledformaintenance.com. Have ideas or stories for show? Send us a line at our contact us section of our website!Looking for the best lightweight, comfortable, and noise-cancelling headset? Visit: dalcommtech.com and use code "canxrules" to save 15% off their products or special orders!Check out Rockwell Time for awesome outdoor merch and apparel. Use code-CX4MX and save 10%!Tell us how we are doing, leave us a review if you listen to us on Apple, Stitcher, Podchaser, or IHeart Radio!Follow us on Goodpods and Podchaser!https://goodpods.app.link/1Ss1v4ODHlbThanks to our monthly supporters, with special shout outs to:
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Aviation 4.0 | The future of everything Modernization, industrialization, and digitalization have progressed most notably in three key movements. We may understand these as “revolutions”, seeing as how they’ve revolutionized the game for each facet of industry they have affected. With today’s advances, a new “fourth revolution” is upon us and on this episode, we go over what “aviation and everything 4.0” means, what it entails, and how it can help us. Follow us on Facebook- @cancelledformaintenance, Instagram- @canxformaintenancepodcast.Twitter- @cxmxpodcastDid you know we have a comic series? Check it out on the Tapas app or visit us at: https://tapas.io/series/CXMXcomicsVisit our website and check out our merch at www.cancelledformaintenance.com. Have ideas or stories for show? Send us a line at our contact us section of our website!Looking for the best lightweight, comfortable, and noise-cancelling headset? Visit: dalcommtech.com and use code "canxrules" to save 15% off their products or special orders!Check out Rockwell Time for awesome outdoor merch and apparel. Use code-CX4MX and save 10%!Tell us how we are doing, leave us a review if you listen to us on Apple, Stitcher, Podchaser, or IHeart Radio!Follow us on Goodpods and Podchaser!https://goodpods.app.link/1Ss1v4ODHlbThanks to our monthly supporters, with special shout outs to:
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TQM | What is it and how can it help? Total quality management (TQM) has a history that dates back to the 1920s, took root in Japan, and has been a driving framework for what we do today. It has led to the expansion of quality concepts and standards which have evolved to encompass virtually every industry. For today’s episode, we explore some of the principles and implications of the TQM philosophy, how some might need some reemphasis, and how they can be applied. Follow us on Facebook- @cancelledformaintenance, Instagram- @canxformaintenancepodcast.Twitter- @cxmxpodcastDid you know we have a comic series? Check it out on the Tapas app or visit us at: https://tapas.io/series/CXMXcomicsVisit our website and check out our merch at www.cancelledformaintenance.com. Have ideas or stories for show? Send us a line at our contact us section of our website!Looking for the best lightweight, comfortable, and noise-cancelling headset? Visit: dalcommtech.com and use code "canxrules" to save 15% off their products or special orders!Check out Rockwell Time for awesome outdoor merch and apparel. Use code-CX4MX and save 10%!Tell us how we are doing, leave us a review if you listen to us on Apple, Stitcher, Podchaser, or IHeart Radio!Follow us on Goodpods and Podchaser!https://goodpods.app.link/1Ss1v4ODHlbThanks to our monthly supporters, with special shout outs to:
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Pool Time And Misadventures With Amazon Prime! (Season 4, Episode 4) Stephanie gives the scoop on her personal Sun N Fun week. Hey! Sun N Fun isn't just about airplanes! There's socializing, golf carts, Amazon Prime, and pool time too! And, we're on the hunt for the renters who already snagged next year's Lakeland VRBO…
2023-04-05 FPV Freedom Coalition Community Meeting This week we talk about the FRIA-PEA, our safety guideline update request, upcoming FAA meetings, and more.
How Dario Valenza switched from championship boats to drones Dario Valenza is the co-founder of Australian drone company Carbonix. His extraordinary career saw him create world championship-winning sail boats before taking his know-how into the world of drones. In this episode, Valenza talks about how the sector has evolved over the last decade, and how flying drones beyond the line of sight could revolutionary for how we lead our lives.
Just Plane Radio 4-15-23 This week the JPR crew recap Sun-n-Fun 2023 with Gene Conrad. Plus Jimmy from Jimmy's World updates us on the Elvis jet!

The Soviet and American test subjects who didn’t bathe for science
The Gemini 7 astronauts who stewed in their spacesuits for two weeks
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Space Hygiene This episode, Quinn, Chris, and Other Chris talk about the history of Space Hygiene and the worst space mission that everyone survived. Topics covered include:

The Soviet and American test subjects who didn't bathe for science
The Gemini 7 astronauts who stewed in their spacesuits for two weeks
The Salyut cosmonauts who almost drowned using the first space shower


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Packing For Mars, Mary Roach
https://historycollection.jsc.nasa.gov/JSCHistoryPortal/history/mission_trans/gemini7.htm
Episode 126: Sun N Influencer Welcome back! This week we talk about Sun N Fun 2023 which is underway. What a great airshow! It also seems to be influencer hell, so we talk about it! We also talk about iconic airshow airplanes and who had the most iconic paint scheme. MX Aircraft gets two dealerships and service centers which might mean more production levels! Hope you enjoy the show!Thank you to LIFT Aviation! Visit them at Sun N Fun and buy goodies! Use the promo code FLYCOOLSHIT and get 25% off! Donate to the podcast or buy a shirt! www.flycoolshit.com/merch
Episode 127: French Toast Sticks Welcome back! This is a short episode recorded the same day but we wanted to make sure you had something to listen to! This week we follow up on last week's topic of “influencers” but then move on to good stuff like flying. We talk about Mark's plane in annual, and Jeff getting 3/4 snaps dialed in. We also touch on Mike Goulians videos on aerobatics. We finish up on how the French aren’t coming to WAAC. Thank you to LIFT Aviation for supporting the podcast! Head over to www.liftaviationusa.com and use the promo code FLYCOOLSHIT at checkout for 25% off most items.Buy a shirt! www.flycoolshit.com/merch
Episode 128: Rob Holland Welcome back! This week we talk to Rob about being an MX dealer, and Full Stop Aviation being a maintenance service center. We also talk about Fly Good Merch, Rob’s merch store. We get into all kinds of aircraft talk including diving into MX a bit more and comparisons to Extra. Enjoy! Thank you to LIFT Aviation! Head over to www.liftaviationusa.com and use the promo code FLYCOOLSHIT at checkout for 25% off most items. Go check out Fly Good Merch! www.flygoodmerch.com and use the promo code AKRO at checkout for 10% off.
The Quick Turn: Episode 11 In the News Today:https://simpleflying.com/vietnam-airlines-flight-attendants-arrested-returning-paris-drugs/https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/trans-flight-attendant-famed-for-united-airlines-ad-found-dead-after-emotional-social-media-post-3888704/amp/1Follow Us: Instagram: @TheFlightAttendantPodcastTwitter: @StaySafeFlySafeEmail: [email protected]: TheFlightAttendantPodcast.comTheme Song: Partners In Crime by Jim Hamilton Instagram: @JamiltoneTwitter: @therealJamilton
#74 Mitchell Banks: Private Pilot is still waiting for his special issuance after five years. This week we spoke to long time supporter and Pilot, Mitchell Banks. Mitchell reached out in 2021 to tell us his story and how he resonated with our mission after having his medical revoked five years ago. Now we are finally sitting down to discuss his aeromedical journey and how he still doesn’t have his third class special issuance.
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Episode 450 – With John Jester Join Carlos, Matt, Nev, a virtual Armando and John Jester for this week's episode. In this week's show one pilot steps in & saves the day, BA are on the hunt for pilots, and a 717 takes a mid air leak. In the military Armando takes a look at Rivets & its F15's to the rescue. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email [email protected] or comment in our chatroom on YouTube. Here are the links to the stories we featured this week : COMMERCIAL Gibraltar Airport tunnel opens on Friday https://www.chronicle.gi/airport-tunnel-opens-on-friday/ Pilot from another airline helps land Southwest flight after captain falls ill https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/pilot-another-airline-helps-land-southwest-flight-captain-falls-ill-rcna76275?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma Delta Air Lines Boeing 717 Leaks Fuel Soon After Taking Off https://simpleflying.com/delta-air-lines-boeing-717-leaks-fuel/ Nepal suspends two controllers after flights avert midair crash https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/3/27/nepal-suspends-two-controllers-after-flights-avert-mid-air-crash Loganair to expand Heathrow operations after leasing slots https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/loganair-to-expand-heathrow-operations-after-leasing-slots/152649.article ALPA: We don't have a pilot shortage https://airwaysmag.com/alpa-no-pilot-shortage/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email Cuban migrants fly into Key West airport on motorized hang glider https://abcnews.go.com/US/2-cuban-migrants-flew-hang-glider-key-west/story?id=98123929 https://onemileatatime.com/news/cubans-fly-hang-glider-key-west/ Recruitment Drive: British Airways & BA Euroflyer Seek Direct Entry Airbus A320 Pilots https://simpleflying.com/british-airways-direct-entry-airbus-a320-pilot-recruitment/ Private jumbo jet sold for scrap after just 30 hours in the air https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/private-jet-jumbo-747-sold-scrap-b2285748.html MILITARY U.S. RC-135 Surveillance Jet Has Flown Unprecedented Mission Over Finland https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/u-s-rc-135-surveillance-jet-has-flown-unprecedented-mission-over-finland US Deploys F-15 Fighters To Launch Retaliatory Strike In Syria After Iranian Drone Hits US Military Base https://eurasiantimes.com/us-deploys-f-15-fighters-to-launch-retaliatory-strike-in-syria/ Ukraine's air force is now allowing foreigners to sign up as pilots as it pushes for Western fighter jets https://www.businessinsider.com/ukraine-air-force-allow-foreigners-to-serve-specialists-western-aircraft-2023-3
Episode 451 – It's all about the 'Boing' Join Carlos, Matt, and Nev for this week's episode. In this week's show the Boeing 767 is back on the menu, Ryanair is forced to dig deeper into its wallet and a pilot attempts a remake of the film "snakes on a plane".    It's all good news in the military this week as we bring you some opportunities to attend a Bomber Camp, visit the new Amelia Earhart Museum, and the Sywell Aviation Museum opens for the year. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email [email protected] or comment in our chatroom on YouTube. Here are the links to the stories we featured this week : COMMERCIAL Boeing is again delivering 767s https://www.flightglobal.com/airframers/boeing-is-again-delivering-767s/152773.article Ryanair Accepts It Needs To Pay More For The Boeing 737 MAX https://simpleflying.com/ryanair-prepared-pay-more-boeing-737-max/ Cornwall Council says future of Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre is not its responsibility https://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/cornwall-council-says-future-cornwall-8329685 If you would like to sign the petition, this is the link you need : https://www.change.org/p/save-cornwall-aviation-heritage-centre FAA issues final rule AD to prevent potential 737 MAX fuel tank explosions https://www.aerotime.aero/articles/faa-issues-final-rule-ad-to-prevent-potential-737-max-fuel-tank-explosions Heathrow ‘operating as normal’ as 10-day strike by security staff begins https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/mar/31/heathrow-airport-service-security-staff-strike-easter British Airways to boost Gibraltar flights this summer https://aviationsourcenews.com/airline/british-airways-to-boost-gibraltar-flights-this-summer/ American Airlines Flight Attendants Endorse Protection From Abusive Passengers Act https://simpleflying.com/american-airlines-flight-attendants-protection-abusive-passengers/?newsletter_popup=1 Cobra Rears Its Head, Pilot Holds His Nerve, and makes a Safe Emergency Landing https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/south-african-pilot-lauded-for-safe-emergency-landing-after-he-finds-cobra-in-cockpit-3924277 Google Flights pilots new program that provides refunds if the airfare price drops after you book https://thepointsguy.com/news/google-flights-price-guarantee/ Jet to return as tourist attraction 40 years after emergency landing on Cork racetrack https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/munster/arid-41109265.html MILITARY Navy Carrier-Based Drones Will Be Able To Be Controlled By The Air Force https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/navy-carrier-based-drones-will-be-able-to-be-controlled-by-the-air-force Sywell Aviation Museum Grand Opening – April 8th, 2023 https://warbirdsnews.com/aviation-museum-news/sywell-aviation-museum-grand-opening-april-8th-2023.html Bomber Camp is Back: World War II Immersion Event Returns this May https://warbirdsnews.com/warbirds-news/bomber-camp-is-back-world-war-ii-immersion-event-returns-this-may.html New Earhart museum set to open April 14 https://generalaviationnews.com/2023/04/05/new-earhart-museum-set-to-open-april-14/
What Do You Do When Tech Fails? This week, Joe dives into a couple of stories about avionics failures. What do you do when the stuff thats supposed to help you could potentially hurt you?
Season 5 Episode 15 – Week of April 10, 2023 Thanks for listening to the April 10, 2023, edition of the Pilot Briefing podcast. Here’s what we talked about this week:  Cessna Citation makes emergency landing with one winglet missingForeflight acquires CloudAhoySayWeather brings changing conditions to pilots’ earsNTSB: Cirrus pilot erred before 2021 midairDelta Propel, Skyborne Academy join forcesQuestions or comments about this podcast? Email [email protected].
OB275: Ice Cold Vectors Episode 275 Show Notes   Topic of the show: When you’re being vectored on the downwind over cold and unwelcoming waters, why can’t the controller turn you in closer to the final approach fix?  When is it legal to give you a shortcut to keep you closer to the shore?  On this week’s episode, we discuss the legality of close in vectors, the use of a visual or contract approach, and more of your aviation questions and feedback.  You don’t want to miss this episode!   Timely Feedback: 1. PATRON Sierra Bravo flew 19 hours to Sun ‘n Fun in a gyroplane! 2. PATRON Mike Charlie Mike shares some Lobster Bravo general aviation stats. 3. SGAC PATRON Romeo Bravo shares a story about a busy airport with a closed runway.   Feedback 1. PATRON Romeo Victor has made a family activity out of flight training. 2. PATRON Whiskey Tango Foxtrot shares some thoughts about Y fixes and approach plates. 3. PATRON Charlie Kilo Alpha has a question about automation and radar contracts.   Mentioned on the show: https://cirruspilots.org/Publications/Magazine/category/2023  AG and RH’s article is featured in the April 2023 edition of COPA Pilot magazine! Have a great week and thanks for listening!  Visit our website at OpposingBases.com You can support our show using Patreon or visiting our support page on the website.  Keep the feedback coming, it drives the show! Don’t be shy, use the “Send Audio to AG and RH” button on the website and record an audio message. Or you can send us comments or questions to [email protected]. Find us on twitter @opposing_bases.  Music by audionautix.com.  Third party audio provided by liveatc.net.  Friends of the show and maker of bags to protect your ATC headset from dust and germs: ATCSaks.com. Keep the gunk and funk away from your most valuable pilot gear: https://pilotsaks.com/. Legal Notice  The hosts of Opposing Bases Air Traffic Talk podcast are speaking on behalf of Opposing Bases, LLC.  Opposing Bases, LLC does not represent the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, or the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.  All opinions expressed in the show are for entertainment purposes only.  There is no nexus between Opposing Bases, LLC and the FAA or NATCA.  All episodes are the property of Opposing Bases, LLC and shall not be recorded or transcribed without express written consent.  For official guidance on laws and regulations, refer to your local Flight Standards District Office or Certified Flight Instructor.  Opposing Bases, LLC offers this podcast to promote aviation safety and enhance the knowledge of its listeners but makes no guarantees to listeners regarding accuracy or legal applications.
Episode 4×03 – AirTags in Luggage & Entitled Passengers In this episode, Adele and Jeremie discuss AirTags in luggage and Adele shares another story that infuriates Jeremie!
Episode 4×04 – MrBeast video reaction! In this episode, Adele and Jeremie share their reactions to the MrBeast video where he and his team purchase various airplane tickets ranging from $1 to $500,000!Watch on YouTube:MrBeast original video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WEAJ-DFkHE
Episode 4×05 – Unpaid Work Won't Fly… the challenges In this episode, Adele and Jeremie share their highs and lows, and have an honest discussion regarding the current "Unpaid Work Won't Fly" movement.Sign the petition here:unpaidworkwontfly.caView on YouTube here:https://youtu.be/wsA2ZcHzWnQ
Episode 15 – Duffy Takes Charge—A Troubled Transition, Part 1 In this episode we take a look inside the transition from J.J. O’Donnell's administration to Hank Duffy's.
Episode 172: Mark Baker, AOPA leadership deliver Pilot Town Hall Mark Baker and AOPA leadership update members on efforts to protect the freedom to fly and build a stronger, safer general aviation community during the Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo. Plus, stick around for the news.
The Allplane Podcast #90 – hypersonics with Destinus founder, Mikhail Kokorich Mikhail Kokorich is a serial entrepreneur operating at the technology frontier of aerospace.Following a string of successful business launches in areas such as satellite technology, his latest venture, Swiss-based Destinus is developing an hypersonic aircraft capable of linking different continents at speeds five times faster than sound.This may sound outlandish, but there is currently a wave of startups that taking advantages of advances in materials science and renewed interest among the world’s governments in hypersonic capabilities in order to explore this potentially disruptive technology.I really appreciated Mikhail’s straightforward and not-mincing-words style in addressing some of the aspects of hypersonics development, from the role of military research projects to the sustainability angle. This direct, hands-on approach is also evident in some of the startup’s latest milestones. Far from working on abstract concepts, Destinus is already testing some small-scale prototypes (not hypersonically yet!) and is creating a network of partners across Europe (for example, it recently received a €13M grant from the Spanish government to further its research in this field). Some new tangible developments are expected in the next few months.So, how long before we are able to hop across the Atlantic in a couple of hours?Tune in for this fascinating conversation (despite my voice still ailing from a cold!) about one of the most exciting aerospace technologies currently under development!
RJ Garwood on Survival Episode 78 of The Hangar Z Podcast is brought to you by Vertical Valor Magazine. This is one of our most important episodes ever. We got the opportunity to sit down with our friend RJ Garwood from Huntington Beach PD Air Support. RJ was the PIC on February 19th, 2022 flying over a fight call in Newport Beach, California. After establishing an orbit over the incident RJ and Nick Vella who was acting as the tactical flight officer on this night experienced an uncommanded right yaw. The aircraft ultimately crashed into the water off Newport Beach approximately a quarter mile from the incident they had been working.Nick Vella did not survive the incident. RJ survived and is with us to talk about it. RJ is transforming a tragic situation into something that will spur change in the industry and save countless lives.You won’t want to miss a minute of this impactful interview with RJ Garwood as he talks about surviving the incident and a career in public safety both mentally and physically. The Hangar Z Podcast would like to thank its sponsors Metro Aviation, SHOTOVER, and CNC Technologies, as well as Patreon.
APSCON 2023 Preview with APSA's Dan Schwarzbach and Richard Bray Welcome to episode 80 of The Hangar Z Podcast brought to you by Vertical Valor Magazine.In this special episode, we sit down and chat with Dan Schwarzbach the Executive Director and CEO of the Airborne Public Safety Association, and Richard Bray who is the APSA President.Both Dan and Richard give us some insight into the Airborne Public Safety Association annual conference referred to as ASPCON. This year APSCON and APSCON Unmanned (formerly the Public Safety Drone Expo) will be in Orlando Florida from July 17th thru July 22nd, 2023.Registration is now open. To register go to APSA’s website publicsafetyaviation.orgThe Hangar Z Podcast is a huge proponent of training and networking. This event is one you don’t want to miss.The Hangar Z Podcast would like to thank its sponsors Metro Aviation, SHOTOVER, and CNC Technologies, as well as Patreon.
When Tragedy Strikes with LAPD's Jack Schonely Welcome to Episode 79 of the Hangar Z Podcast. Brought to you by Vertical Valor Magazine.The episodes we are releasing this month center around physically and mentally surviving a career in public safety.This conversation with Jack Schonely is part two of a two-part series we recorded. Part one (episode 70) was released on January 30th.  This second episode will focus on the aftermath of the officer down call and how we take care of ourselves afterward. For those who don’t know Jack Schonely you will need to listen to his full episode #23. Jack is a 36-year Law Enforcement Veteran, with 31 years at LAPD 19 of which were spent in the Air Support Division as both a TFO and Command Pilot. Jack created and instructs a course titled “Apprehending fleeing suspects” Jack has also written a book available online with the same title.I highly encourage you to seek out Jack’s course or to bring him to your agency or area for training. You can contact him and find more information on Jack through his website  Officertactics.com Jack will also be instructing at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Aviation fly in May 17th, 2023. I would like to thank our sponsors Metro Aviation SHOTOVER and CNC Technologies as well as our supporters on Patreon. Lastly, if you could do us a favor and leave us a rating and review on the platform you use to listen to The Hangar Z Podcast we would greatly appreciate it.
Just Plane Radio 4-8-23 This week the JPR crew broadcast their second show from Sun-n-Fun in Lakeland Florida.
Too Good To Go! ? In this episode, I talk about a company "Too good to go" whose goal is to fight food waste. They have been very successful with this mission so far.
#73 FAA investigates near miss incidents & new FAA administrator faces criticism over his av resume. This week… We discuss Maddie’s introduction flight and celebrate her officially becoming a student pilot!! As well as some aviation news headlines. The FAA announces it’s investigations on many of the near miss incidents that have been occurring more frequently and the new nominee for FAA Administrator , Mr. Phillip Washington, is facing criticism over what some say is a “short aviation résumé” as well as his entanglement in a public corruption investigation. Listen now to find out more… •••If you or a loved one is struggling, help is available. Dial 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.•••

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Tony Hoskins – Restoring Sandy’s Spitfire Welcome to Top Landing Gear Full Flaps and the first part of our interview with Tony Hoskins who is restoring a rare photo reconnaissance Spitfire PR4 to full flight.
Back in 2018 Tony and his team recovered the wreckage of Spitfire AA810 from a mountainside in Norway where it had laid undisturbed for 76 years having been shot down on a mission to photograph the battleship Tirpitz. The pilot Sandy Gunn bailed out but was later captured and sent to Stalug Luft III to become one of those immortalised in The Great Escape.
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The Official F-14 Tomcat radio Show Episode 14 Part 2 We welcome Blain Miesterhands ATC CVN-73 and VF-11 World Famous Red Ripper PC Ray Borrelli Sr who also is a 3 Generation Grumman family member.Ray worked at Plant 6 Final Assembly for the F-14 Tomcat.. Also SUEDE from Fighter Squadron 32. who offers ome amazing insights on the LANTIRN GE Powered Grumman F-14 Tomcat.SUEDE also served with The Salty Dogs VX-23 at NAS Pax..This Show was long at some 3 hours long so we cut it into two parts.. #grumman #tomcat #f14 #navalaviation #podcast #longisland #history #fighterjet #usnavy.Find us on Instagram at our HQ @f_14_tomcat_ Find us on DISCORD @f14tomcat Find us on Facebook @The Official F-14 Tomcat Radio Show PodcastCheck out our Merchandise at WWW.Goldleaderatx.com.We have another F-14 Tomcat Fleet Show called Tomcat University as well as our Community Show, The Producers Cut by F-14 Calverton ATG.Produced by F-14 Calverton ATG "Straight Outta Calverton" .Producer Aaron Ballew Producer Lorenzo BenciniEmail us at [email protected] PleaseLike Share and Subscribe!Leave a comment!

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Hypersonics Designing and flying a vehicle intended to travel at five times the speed of sound or more presents significant challenges—add a human occupant and the stakes go even higher.On this episode, former U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress pilot Daniel "Doc" Millman, Ph.D, now of Stratolaunch, joins guest cohost Ken Katz to discuss the challenges of hypersonic aircraft design and flight, and how the U.S. military compares to other nations developing hypersonic aircraft and weapons.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
FPP164 – A Lesser Man Would Have Died! Sea Stories with "Lefty" Former U.S. Navy A-4 Skyhawk, A-7 Corsair II, and F/A-18 Hornet pilot Jerry "Lefty" Schubert stopped by the show during a 2020 Happy Hour to share stories on grit, Naval Aviation, and fatherhood.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
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Bonza sells 100k tickets despite doubts Bonza has begun its first services from Melbourne as the airline announces it has already sold 100,000 tickets.   On this week’s episode, Adam and Chris discuss Bonza’s chances as the legacy carriers still doubt the airline.    Plus, the pair talk more about our stagnating recovery.    And will Qantas’ increase in capacity finally bring prices down?
Wing talks the future of drone delivery in Australia Wing delivery drones are quietly creating a revolution in a select few Australian cities, flying hundreds of thousands of parcels each year. In this episode, the business’ general manager, Simon Rossi, reveals how they are upgrading their processes in a way that could increase that figure to potentially millions of deliveries. Rossi tells host Adam Thorn how the business is closing in on the holy grail of drone delivery – picking up parcels from any individual shop and taking it directly to shoppers. Plus, the pair discuss the creation of an air traffic management solution for a world where traditional and uncrewed aircraft can share the skies together at scale.
270 Exploring the Causes of Two Recent Nighttime Accidents + GA News 270 Exploring the Causes of Two Recent Nighttime Accidents + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you’re thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Aviation News Talk is a listener supported show. So if you listen, please sign up and join the club to support the show! Make a monthly donation via Patreon and get various goodies, or make a one time donation at PayPal. Send us your feedback or comment via email If you have a question you’d like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary 270 Max talks about two recent fatal night accidents that happened in Florida, which should have been avoidable. One occurred in Lantana after a full day of flying after purchasing an aircraft in Kentucky. After what may have been a bounced landing, the aircraft climbed extremely slowly, turned to the downwind, and lost control. The other involved a low time pilot taking off at night from Venice. News Stories Repair Parts Running Out For GNS 430/530 Sacramento helicopter crash tied to possible theft attempt California Cadets Save Elderly Choking Victim in Restaurant FAA Reduces Time Allotted for Knowledge Tests Aviation Stakeholders Call for FAA to Increase Knowledge Testing Oversight En route IFR charts to have limited foreign information Mooney M20J 201 Crash Piper Reopens For Factory Tours U.S. Missionary Pilot & 2 Others Released from Mozambique Prison Two pilots suspended for keeping beverage in cockpit Michigan man dead after pointing laser and opening fire at police helicopter Man charged with attempted murder for shooting at SD police helicopter Mentioned on the Show #157 5 Ways Somatogravic Illusion is Killing Pilots Check Out Lightspeed's ANR Headsets Lightspeed Delta Zulu Headset $1099 Lightspeed Zulu 3 Headset $899Lightspeed Sierra Headset $699 My Review on the Lightspeed Delta Zulu Max’s Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott’s G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott’s G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, bre
271 Pilatus PC-12 Crash and other Listener Feedback and Insights – A Friday Mailbag Special 271 Pilatus PC-12 Crash and other Listener Feedback and Insights – A Friday Mailbag Special Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you’re thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Aviation News Talk is a listener supported show. So if you listen, please sign up and join the club to support the show! Make a monthly donation via Patreon and get various goodies, or make a one time donation at PayPal. Send us your feedback or comment via email If you have a question you’d like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary271 Max reads listener letters and feedback. A listener asks if owners are more invested in their aircraft and more likely to do an impossible turn than renter pilots. Multiple listeners provide inputs on PC-12 autopilot disconnects. There was another Diamond DA42 crash, this time in Slovenia. The FAA has Recommendations for Workload Management and Automation Use in single pilot jets. And two listeners share their experiences with precipitation or p-static. Mentioned in the Show Episode 267 What Led to Fatal Breakup of a Medevac Pilatus PC-12 in Nevada Episode 265 Crackling Communications: Exploring Precipitation StaticFlight Paramedic Ryan Watson GoFund MeEd Pricola, RN GoFund Me Medevac Pilot Scott Walton GoFund Me Article: What’s wrong with Pilatus PC-12 pilots? FAA: Single-Pilot Workload Management in Entry-Level Jets Facebook: Aviation Accidents/This Day in History Group Check Out Lightspeed's ANR Headsets Lightspeed Delta Zulu Headset $1099 Lightspeed Zulu 3 Headset $899Lightspeed Sierra Headset $699 My Review on the Lightspeed Delta Zulu Max’s Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott’s G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott’s G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month,  you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon – Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we’ll make a couple of dollars if you do. Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max’s Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram <a href="https://twitte
Continental Malibu Ownership w/ Ed Cooper This week, Joe sits down with Ed Cooper, a proud owner of a Continental Malibu. Ed has trained with Casey Aviation for many years now and has done quite a bit to upgrade his Piper Malibu. Listen in for Ed's unique journey into the PA-46.
Thunderstorm Culture This week, Joe discusses a topic thats been in recent news with the PA-46, flying in and around thunderstorms. Listen to see how you can improve your aeronautical decision making with this episode.
OB274: Sun 'n Fun 2023 – Wanding With Gusto Episode 274 Show Notes   Topic of the show: Sun ‘n Fun 2023: RH’s rookie year!  What an awesome week working arrivals, departures, and wanding with gusto!  RH breaks down each ATC spot with a little sample audio on each talking position.  If you’ve ever wondered how the air traffic side of things work at Sun ‘n Fun, this is the episode for you!  “Team 1, you guys were the best team a rookie could ask for and I appreciate all your help guiding me through my first year.  I learned a ton from you and I can’t wait for next year’s family reunion!” -RH   Timely Feedback: 1. SGAC Patron Kilo November Golf needs Penguin Management Training!   Feedback 1. Patron Whiskey Mike has a closely spaced runway wake turbulence question. 2. Patron Alpha Sierra asks about an approach controller that bullied him into a cancelation. Have a great week and thanks for listening!  Visit our website at OpposingBases.com You can support our show using Patreon or visiting our support page on the website.  Keep the feedback coming, it drives the show! Don’t be shy, use the “Send Audio to AG and RH” button on the website and record an audio message. Or you can send us comments or questions to [email protected]. Find us on twitter @opposing_bases.  Music by audionautix.com.  Third party audio provided by liveatc.net.  Friends of the show and maker of bags to protect your ATC headset from dust and germs: ATCSaks.com. Keep the gunk and funk away from your most valuable pilot gear: https://pilotsaks.com/. Legal Notice  The hosts of Opposing Bases Air Traffic Talk podcast are speaking on behalf of Opposing Bases, LLC.  Opposing Bases, LLC does not represent the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, or the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.  All opinions expressed in the show are for entertainment purposes only.  There is no nexus between Opposing Bases, LLC and the FAA or NATCA.  All episodes are the property of Opposing Bases, LLC and shall not be recorded or transcribed without express written consent.  For official guidance on laws and regulations, refer to your local Flight Standards District Office or Certified Flight Instructor.  Opposing Bases, LLC offers this podcast to promote aviation safety and enhance the knowledge of its listeners but makes no guarantees to listeners regarding accuracy or legal applications.
Episode 192- Questions answered with Myles Connolly Our Mayhem editor Myles Connolly is about 350 hours into his flying journey and is leaving soon for an SIV course with Jocky Sanderson in Turkey. We thought it would be fun to connect and have him fire questions at me about all the things he’s currently curious about as his XC skills and training progress. Hike and fly; risk related to big events like the Red Bull X-Alps; how to approach Vol Biv (gear, locations, top landing, distance, etc.); Wing and gear developments and the new 2 liner C wings, gear choices and a lot more. Enjoy!
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Episode 180: LH2904 On September 14, 1993 a Lufthansa A320 is trying to land in Warsaw when they run into some complications. What caused this flight to ultimately overrun the runway?
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Bonus Clip | Live Chat/Q&A | Talking On The Radio IFR | Rum Taste Test This is the last thing in the FAR AIM Podcast ReserveSubscribe And Watch Full Episodes On The Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/FARAIMSubscribe And Watch Highlight Clips On The YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FARAIMPodcastFollow On The Twitter: https://twitter.com/faraimpodcastConsider Joining The Ground Crew To Support The Show: https://club.pilotground.com/checkout/ground-crew
Sardines On The Plane Episode 212 This show has stories about air marshals, sardines, leopards, ducks, cows, turtles and stowaways. Contact… [email protected] The music for the show I recorded while on safari in Pilanesberg South Africa  My website Patreon Instagram:Bettyinthesky Twitter: Skybetty My Amazon page
138: Sailplanes & Scud Missiles: Joe Aldrian Joe Aldrian joins us first to share his adventures. Joe started his aviation journey flying Sailplanes in the Airforce. He would then go on to fly many aircraft and currently is a captain flying the 787. Joe has logged almost 20,000 hours in the air so, as you can imagine he has alot to share with us Today. Also on this episode we have a new segment from Sergio the Soaring Master and this one is titled "Hilly Terrain" Join us now for another soaring adventure!  
 
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Jay from the hills of Texas has a birthday and a coffin sized box showed up on his doorstep. Jay takes us through the new airframe he got on his birthday and some of the building struggles he encountered. AK Mike talks about taking his planes out to the field and trying to fly wi” id=”oEcrY4x6QO” vid=”oEcrY4x6QO” id-for-player=”oEcrY4x6QO” link=”/listen/happy-birthday-jay-oEcrY4x6QO/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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Jay from the hills of Texas has a birthday and a coffin sized box showed up on his doorstep. Jay takes us through the new airframe he got on his birthday and some of the building struggles he encountered. AK Mike talks about taking his planes out to the field and trying to fly with Sarge.
Seaplane Flying Game Warden, Innovator and So Much More – Dan Dufault Dan Dufault sits down with Steve McCaughey for this episode of the Water Flying podcast. As a former Maine Game Warden, Alaska lodge pilot and floatplane adventurer, Dan has a wealth of experience and and engineering background that has lead him to design innovative products such as the T3 Tailwheel, Paddle Pump and numerous other products used by passionate bush pilots.From stocking fisheries via float plane airdrops to monitoring wildlife populations Dan's experiences and flying skills provide a wealth of fascinating subject matter for us to explore in a way that we are sure you will enjoy.
"Ask Starbaby…" #3 Ukraine and Mil Aviation Today https://www.buymeacoffee.com/10percenttrueStarbaby joins me for a regular session in which we discuss Ukraine, topical aviation stories and questions asked by the audience on the Discord channel. Join us on Discord, here: https://discord.gg/hJtn699wSupport the show
FOMO! Say goodbye to it! (Season 4, Episode 3) We are all guilty of a little FOMO now and then, aren't we? This episode discusses why we have it and what to do about it to keep it from plaguing your life. Whether it's an airshow, or a rating, it needs to be gone so you can be yourself and live your life!
FPP163 – "Trots" Talks Tomcats and TOPGUN Retired U.S. Navy Captain Tom "Trotts" Trotter describes flying the beloved F-14 Tomcat and how it compares to the F/A-18 Hornet, then attending TOPGUN as one of the first Hornet students and later commanding the school.Original music by Jaime Lopez. Video produced by Kevin Harold of Showgun Media.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
Hypersonics Designing and flying a vehicle intended to travel at five times the speed of sound or more presents significant challenges—add a human occupant and the stakes go even higher.On this episode, former U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress pilot Daniel "Doc" Millman, Ph.D, now of Stratolaunch, joins guest cohost Ken Katz to discuss the challenges of hypersonic aircraft design and flight, and how the U.S. military compares to other nations developing hypersonic aircraft and weapons.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
 
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The last 747 and airport near misses – Catching up on the latest aviation news and looking ahead to Series Five Hello and welcome back to Top Landing Gear. The aviation podcast for everyone. After several months in the wilderness we’re back with a brand new series. Today we catch up on the latest aviation news and look forward to what’s coming up in Season Five of www.toplandinggear.com  
 
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Audacious Aviation – Alan Pollock and the Hawker Hunter that flew through Tower Bridge. A massive thank you to all our listeners. So many wonderful words across social media about the return of Top Landing Gear this week.
After we mentioned it in last weeks episode we thought it only right to repeat our Audacious Aviation Podcast and 2020 interview with Hawker Hunter pilot Alan Pollock.
A brand new TLG episode will be dropping next Tuesday.
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Aerial reconnaissance and Restoring Sandy’s Spitfire AA810 Welcome to Top Landing Gear and the first episode proper of Series Five. Along with our usual catch up and 'Ask James' feature we talk aerial reconnaissance and hear the remarkable story of a very special Spitfire.
We speak to engineer and aerial restoration specialist Tony Hoskins who shares the incredible story of Spitfire AA810, a photo reconnaissance PR4 which was lost over occupied Europe whilst on the hunt for the German battleship Turpitz. He recalls the story of its remarkable pilot Sandy Gunn, who would be later immortalised in the mass escape from Stalag Luft III, and tells us about the aircraft's recent discovery in Norway and its painstaking relocation and planned restoration to flight. 
Please visit the Spitfire AA810 project page, a project dedicated to the memory of all the men of the Photographic Reconnaissance Unit who risked, and gave, their lives during the second world war.
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Series Five Starts Tomorrow Top Landing Gear is back… (Well it will be tomorrow on TLG Tuesday!) Here's a quick overview of what we've got coming up over the coming weeks.
If you have a topic that you think we should cover this year or a question for our Ask James segment we would love to hear from you. Contact us via our socials or send us an email at [email protected]
Until Tomorrow!
David Williford N909EZ Wright StaggerEZ In this episode, we will get to know your CanardCast host David Williford and his aircraft N909EZ a little better. David Willford joined the Canard Owners and Builders CanardCast team as Host last season. David is now the care taker, pilot and restorer of a very special three place pusher canard with unique staggered seating arrangement as well as a dizzying array of builder enhancements based at McKinney National KTKI.
StaggerEze, built by Steve Wright, won Grand Champion Plans Built at Sun and Fun in 2005. Steve Wright also earned the Rutan Designer’s Award for his, Built “to the plans” Vari-Eze N9091A in 1986.
David and his wife Ginger of 32 years live in a Dallas suburb called "The Colony" and have two adult kids, 27 yr old son Ryan and his daughter 24 year old Sarah who teaches elementary school music in the DFW area. David is retired from a successful career in Information Technology.
Following this interview, you can find CanardCast Episode 2 simultaneously released where David and his daughter share a conversation on the topic of canard flights. I conducted this interview with David in-person at his home studio and workshop in Texas. I hope you enjoy this episode and all the rest coming in Season 3!



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This is an interview from a different perspective in which we get to see a little of the canard experience from the viewpoint of our kids. In this interview, 24 year old Sarah Williford and her Father David Williford remin” id=”6OixI8vRCnO” vid=”6OixI8vRCnO” id-for-player=”6OixI8vRCnO” link=”/listen/sarah-williford-and-her-dad-n909ez-staggerez-what-is-it-like-to-have-family-fly-with-you-6OixI8vRCnO/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Sarah Williford and her Dad N909EZ StaggerEZ: What is it like to have family fly with you? Good Day and thank you for joining us for CanardCast, Episode 2 of Season 3!
This is an interview from a different perspective in which we get to see a little of the canard experience from the viewpoint of our kids. In this interview, 24 year old Sarah Williford and her Father David Williford reminisce over some past father-daughter canard moments with the StaggerEZ N909EZ including memories of past flying lessons, animal runway incursions, "turns around a point" lessons, weight and balance vs minimum equipment list for her college dorm, instrument flying….well, sort of…if you count waking up in clouds.
Sarah is the youngest of two, her older brother Ryan is a student pilot. She is a Graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University. She is an elementary teacher of music and is the kind of daughter every father can be proud of. Let's listen in!




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Season 5 Episode 14 – Week of April 3, 2023 Thanks for listening to the April 3, 2023, edition of the Pilot Briefing podcast. Here’s what we talked about this week: Looks the same, acts different New Carbon Cub UL debuts with new 160-hp Rotax 916 ISJunkers retro reboot makes U.S. debut Piper M600, Daher TBM 960 to feature Garmin’s new PlaneSync technology FAA report validates BasicMed safetyQuestions or comments about this podcast? Email [email protected].
Just Plane Radio 4-1-23 This week the JPR crew broadcast their first show from Sun-n-Fun in Lakeland.
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Today's Guest is Founder and CEO of ICARUS Devices Nick Sinopoli (https://www.icarusdevices.com/). We discuss with Nick what the ICARUS view limiting device is and how he developed the idea and working prototype. 

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The ICARUS Device uses Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal (PDLC) film to electronically alter the pilots visibility, bringing the power of a simulator into your aircraft. The app allows the instructor to surprise their students with degraded visual conditions. Instructors can control the transition rate and track simulated IMC time. The ICARUS Device will be to able integrate hypothetical weather scenarios into your tablet’s flight program. Once airborne, the visor will mimic whatever scenario you made up on the ground, all in real time.
Austin native Nick Sinopoli is the Founder, Inventor and Managing Partner of the Icarus Device, which he patented in 2016. After a friend perished in an aviation accident, Nick was determined to make a revolutionary invention that would teach pilots to survive flight into low visibility. His creation is the most advanced flight training tool ever imagined. A dual rated aviator, Nick has had a lifelong love of aviation. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. Nick has logged time in Cessna, Piper and Cirrus aircraft, as well as gliders, Bell 206, EC145, T-6B and UH-60A/L/M variants. In his free time he enjoys flying, running, restoring old cars and spending time with his four nephews.
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Starting and running a flight school without losing your shirt can be a challenge. Learn directly from a flight school owner, the secret of his success. Everything from the wild potential of the freedom of part 61 training to the formal and highly regulated career track world of part 141 including accepting VA benefits for primary training, will be covered in this talk.
Tim Poole is Co-Owner and Chief Everything Officer of GT Aviation, LLC.  He holds Commercial ASEL and AMEL pilot certificates with Instrument rating, and is an FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Inspection Authorization privileges.  He's the guy some call "crazy" for operating a flight school inside the most restrictive airspace in the US — the Flight Restricted Zone around Washington, DC.  Aside from flight school ownership, Tim has spent the last 20+ years as a federal contractor supporting various DoD and federal Intelligence Community customers.  When not flying or turning wrenches, he currently serves as President of Cyber Technology Services, Inc.
The Allplane Podcast #89 – aircraft cabin trends with Jeff O'Neill When it comes to the passenger experience and the product most airlines offer to their passengers, Jeff O’Neill has pretty strong opinions.Not for nothing, Jeff, who was already on this podcast back in 2020, is the founder of Zephyr Aircraft Seat and has been patiently working to bring to fruition what he sees as the future of the Premium Economy class.The Zephyr seat is as revolutionary as it looks: a stacked seat concept that allows passengers to lay down flat to sleep without having to pay a fortune for a fancy business class seat. Now, this idea is, of course, a departure from the canon of the industry, which won’t face an easy path to become a reality.If airlines have tended to be traditional in its approach to seating, this doesn’t discourage Jeff, as well as other creative minds in this industry from continuing to pursue what he regards as a necessary update of the passenger experience. After years of investment by airlines in perfecting the business class cabin, has the time come for a rethink of the premium economy and economy class experiences?We talk with Jeff about all this and he also shares some tips and insights about his favourite airline products currently in the market, both premium and economy.So tune in for a fascinating conversation about what makes for a great airline cabin product and passenger experience!
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#131 Where Have All The Approaches Gone? | Its One Big Roadshow #131   STORY OF THE WEEK?   Why have certain instrument approaches been suspended in South Africa? BP decides to withdraw fuel supply from South African airports and get ready for a Ryanair roadshow in South Africa.    INTERNATIONAL AVIATION NEWS✈️   Severe turbulence causes injuries on a TAAG flight.  Off-duty pilot steps into the hot seat mid-air after the captain becomes incapacitated. Could you land an airliner in an emergency?  Senators re-introduce a bill to raise the pilot retirement age to 67. Rolls Royce is ready to run the “Ultra Fan”. Striking workers At Heathrow and Charles De Gaulle. BA employees don’t recommend their workplace as a good place to work.  Kenya airways get restructuring approval.  Nigeria Air is nearly ready for lift-off.    SOUTH AFRICAN AVIATION NEWS✈️   Vista Global is looking for South African pilots at their Malta base. ICAO audit on the SACAA. SAA is ready to start long-haul flights.  Airlink launches daily Nairobi service.   BRYAN AIR ADVISORY?   Lex Fridman podcast with Sam Altman. Sam Altman is the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind GPT-4, ChatGPT, DALL-E, Codex, and many other state-of-the-art AI technologies.  https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/lex-fridman-podcast/id1434243584?i=1000605876923   Sam’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/sama OpenAI’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/OpenAI OpenAI’s Website: https://openai.com GPT-4 Website: https://openai.com/research/gpt-4     UPCOMING EVENTS??   Melbourne F1 GP Israel Adesanya vs Alex Pereira (Sunday 9 April 04:00)   LINKS MENTIONED?   =======================================================   SPONSORS ❤️   Flightline Pro – https://www.flightline.co.za   NEWSLETTER?️   Sign up for my weekly newsletter with the weekly show notes, expanded Bryan Air Advisory section and content from the world of simulator training. – https://bryanroseveare.com   SUPPORT ?   If you would like to support the podcast by pledging a small monthly fee, you can do so through Patreon. Your support in this regard will be greatly appreciated (Thank You). https://www.patreon.com/bryanair   THANKS TO OUR PATREON SUPPORTERS ?   Fran Laidler, Jon Howell, Deano Jennings, Dale Williams, Duncan Gillespie, Imre Kurucz     CONNECT ?   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bryanairpodcast Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanroseveare/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bryanroseveare     CHECK OUT THE PODCAST ?   Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/bryan-air/id1482906139 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Hb2Fpe5OsLwXf0F8xdx5Q?si=77a5639baec546b4   =======================================================

We are super excited to announce the launch of Elevating Drone Life, our new podcast show hosted by PJ Kirkpatrick, Director of Operations, Drone U.

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EDL 003: Elevating Drone Life: Interview with Izzy and the importance of experience and building confidence Welcome to Elevating Drone Life, the podcast for drone professionals !!

We are super excited to announce the launch of Elevating Drone Life, our new podcast show hosted by PJ Kirkpatrick, Director of Operations, Drone U.

Elevating Drone Life is a podcast for drone professionals by drone professionals. It is a podcast that takes you on a journey through the exciting and ever-evolving world of drone technology.

Each week, we'll be speaking with professionals from all walks of the drone industry, Drone U Elite Instructors and members to learn about their experiences, insights, and tips for success. We'll explore the latest trends in drone technology, dive into real-world applications, and uncover the unique challenges and opportunities facing today's drone pilots.

On our show today, we talk to Izzy Mohamed, Drone U Elite pilot, owner Skeye Atlantic and long time tech and RC enthusiastic about his experience in the drone industry and about growing a drone business.

Izzy has always been a tech and RC enthusiastic and been fascinated by the benefits of technology and its impact in modern day life. Izz talks to PJ on how he got started in the drone industry and his early days with training and practice. Izzy talks about the drones he has flow starting from the early Syma to the Phantoms to the newest Mavics. He also shares how he uses tech gadgets for generating awesome deliverables for his clients and the importance of gaining experience and building confidence. Izzy and PJ also discuss Izzy's project including the recent recording of the Kuula course, Drone U's latest course on the Kuula platform, a course specific for real estate professionals.

Tune in to this show as we explore the fascinating world of drone technology and discover the amazing insights from Izzy in the drone industry.

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Timestamps:

[00:44] Learn more about our guest today, Izzy Mohammed, and his work and services
[02:02] What made Izzy get into mapping?
[03:26] Izzy shares his early experience working on projects and jobs and the importance of confidence and experience
[05:30] Izzy shares his take on starting a business
[07:48] How did Izzy get involved with Drone U and become a Drone U Elite pilot
[15:25] Izzy's go to drone – The Phantom 4 V2

[20:42] Izzy and PJ talk about Drone U's latest course that Izzy recently recorded – The Kuula course and its benefits for real estate.
[23:15] Tips for drone pilots from Izzy
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ADU 1305: How can I shift my drone side business as my full time business? Running a side business using drones? How can you make or prep for the switch to making it a permanent business?
Today's episode is brought to you by In-person Experience training scheduled for May 2023 in CO. In this unique training event, limited to ONLY 8 participants, you will be immersed in an experienced-based learning environment. You'll take flight daily and often, and you'll master cutting-edge drone techniques along the way. Learn from experienced pilots to get the most out of your drone. Also, build repeatable systems to scale your business.
You will be one of only 8 pilots to spend an entire week flying, learning, and mixing with the Drone U Flight Crew. Think of this training as a drone retreat… as we'll hang out together at a resort style mountain location. Through the use of scenario-based missions, one-on-one coaching, and a competitive (but fun) environment, participants will expand their skill set and join the ranks of an elite group of drone pilots who command top dollar for their sought-after skills.
Today's show is on running and growing a drone business as your main source of income. Our question for today is from Justin from British Colombia, Canada, who is currently running a drone business as a side business outside of his regular employment. Justin would like to know how he can prep on transitioning from a side business to permanent drone business. Thanks for the question Justin. On today's show we discuss about setting yourself up for success by providing a framework for drone pilots to prep to delve into full time business. We talk about the mindsets, networking, focusing on areas of expertise and discuss how pilots can navigate through macro economic challenges and why all aim and no fire is never a good strategy.

If you are looking to delve into full time drone business but are apprehensive or never feel too prepared, Tune In Today's show for all the right strategies !!

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[02:01] Learn more about Drone U's in-person Experience Training
[04:06] Today's question on advise for a drone business owner on growing a drone business
[06:00] Do creative jobs hold consistency like tech jobs and the value of utilizing existing networks and finding a balance between work and passion
[10:03] How drone business owners can plan their growth strategy
[13:21] Utilizing your location and its advantages for driving business
[14:25] How macro economics can impact the decision to switching to running a full time business
[22:30] Does a looming recession cause an impact on companies employing drone pilots and make the switch to contractors again?
[22:30] Does a looming recession cause an impact on companies employing drone pilots and make the switch to contractors again?
[24:55] How pilots can prep for a switch from current job to a permanent drone
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ADU 1306: What can Drone pilots do if NOTAM’s are not available? What can pilots do if NOTAMs are not available? Are there alternatives for pilots?
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Today's show is about NOTAMs and flying and conducting missions in their absence and how pilots can ensure the safety and other regulatory compliance in the absence of NOTAMs. Our question for today is from Jordan who would like to know how pilots can conduct flight missions in the absence of NOTAMs and in such scenarios how can pilots demonstrate their ability to conduct safe missions. As our listeners know, NOTAM checks are mandate of Part 107 requirements and often included in pre-flight checks by pilots. The absence of NOTAMs can potentially lead to pilot confusion. Rob and Paul discuss the requirements of NOTAMs followed by steps that drone pilots can follow to ensure they demonstrate the safety compliance during flights. Paul also shares hack pilots can use to ensure compliance to regulations in the event of absence of NOTAMs and should pilots be held liable for conducting checks during such a time.

Tune in today to learn how pilots can effectively navigate challenging scenarios and ensure compliance to regulations.

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[01:56] Today's question on NOTAMs and how can pilots manage flight missions when NOTAMs are down
[04:02] What are the requirements related to NOTAMs that pilots must be aware of
And alternatives available for pilots
[05:51] Things that drone pilots can do in the absence of no NOTAMs
[06:28] Ways by which pilots can ensure safety during missions
Season 5 Episode 13 – Week of March 27, 2023 Thanks for listening to the March 27, 2023, edition of the Pilot Briefing podcast. Here’s what we talked about this week:  Changes coming to two FAA knowledge testsPiper corrects service bulletin errorSun ‘n Fun arrival procedures changedAviation heroes honored at Hoover reception‘A lot of attention to detail’ Questions or comments about this podcast? Email [email protected].
426 ADS-B Spoofing uAvionix detects ADS-B spoofing, racing drones are delivering explosives, an aerial tanker that autonomously guides and controls multiple drones, self-flying F-16s that test loyal wingmen, the Condor heavy-lift UAV wins its first customer, a new mini light tactical UAS, and Archer Aviation and United Airlines plan air taxi service in Chicago.
UAV News
uAvionix Announces truSky ADS-B Spoofing Detection for SkyLine UAS BVLOS Operations
uAvionix offers its SkyLine UAS BVLOS service to manage the command and control infrastructure and assets across diverse frequency and radio types. Now the company is introducing truSky ADS-B spoofing detection for Skyline. It validates that a particular ADS-B signal is actually coming from an aircraft, and not being broadcast to spoof the signal.



ADS-B spoofing can be used for nefarious purposes and interferes with ATC and detect and avoid systems. It compromises airspace awareness and risks airspace safety and security.
uAvionix truSky works with a network of low-cost dual-frequency ADS-B ground receivers. The aircraft’s signal is confirmed to come from the aircraft’s position. With multiple sensors, truSky backward calculates the aircraft’s position and compares it to the position stated in the ADS-B transmission. When used with the uAvionix SkyLine platform, aircraft are color-coded based on confidence scores.
How racing drones are used as improvised missiles in Ukraine
The war in Ukraine seems to be demonstrating the use of drones in a conflict like never before. Ukraine is even using racing drones as loitering munitions. In a video released last year, a racing drone dives through an open doorway into a building occupied by Russian troops and explodes. There is even a Ukrainian military drone team called Angry Birds. They say they carry out half a dozen racing-drone attacks a day.
Airbus tanker plane takes autonomous control of multiple drones
Airbus Defence and Space has autonomously guided and controlled drones using an A310 Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) flying testbed. The technology is called Auto’Mate, which cuts down on crew fatigue, human error, and training costs. This is seen as a milestone on the way to fully Autonomous Formation Flight and Autonomous Air-to-Air Refueling (A4R). 
US Air Force plans self-flying F-16s to test drone wingmen tech
The Air Force plans a fleet of at least 1,000 collaborative combat aircraft, or CCA. But you can’t have loyal wingmen without trusted autonomy, so the service has asked for $50 million to start Project Venom (Viper Experimentation and Next-gen Operations Model). The project would let the Air Force experiment with six F-16s to test and refine the autonomous software.
Drone Delivery Canada sells its first Condor heavy-lift UAV
Drone Delivery Canada sold their first Condor heavy-lift UAV to the Transport Canada agency. The sale was valued at CAD $1.2 million ($880,000) and the company will provide operating and testing support. Air Canada was the sales agent brokering the deal. The Condor is 22 feet long, five feet wide, and seven feet tall with a cargo capacity of 400 pounds. The range is just over 124 miles and the operating speed is nearly 75 mph.

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Episode 179: AIA808 On August 18, 1993 an American International Airways flight is doing a cargo flight to Guantanamo Bay when they crash. What caused this flight to have such a disastrous end?
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OB273: Simplified Sky Geometry Episode 273 Show Notes   Topic of the show: This week’s show is about radar patterns.  What can you expect when you arrive from the departure side of the airport? How can you plan your descent when you are being sequenced to the airport under VFR?  Why do controllers keep you so far away from the field before placing you on final?  We answer all these questions and also discuss ELTs, flight service, and using VFR/IFR flight plans depending on the complexity of the airspace.  This is a really fun episode and you don’t want to miss it!   Timely Feedback: 1. SGAC Patron Sierra Echo shares some fun facts about Metroplex relevant to last week’s discussion. 2. Patron Charlie Kilo shares some fun facts about traffic counts in the NAS.   Feedback 1. SGAC Patron Romeo Bravo asks if other pilots have specific examples of when VFR was advantageous versus IFR.   2. Patron Echo Delta asks about lonely flight service station personnel.  Where are they? 3. Patron Juliet Echo Charlie wants to know what supervisors do in normal operations. 4. Patron Sierra Hotel asks what’s up with ELT reports. Have a great week and thanks for listening!  Visit our website at OpposingBases.com You can support our show using Patreon or visiting our support page on the website.  Keep the feedback coming, it drives the show! Don’t be shy, use the “Send Audio to AG and RH” button on the website and record an audio message. Or you can send us comments or questions to [email protected]. Find us on twitter @opposing_bases.  Music by audionautix.com.  Third party audio provided by liveatc.net.  Friends of the show and maker of bags to protect your ATC headset from dust and germs: ATCSaks.com. Keep the gunk and funk away from your most valuable pilot gear: https://pilotsaks.com/. Legal Notice  The hosts of Opposing Bases Air Traffic Talk podcast are speaking on behalf of Opposing Bases, LLC.  Opposing Bases, LLC does not represent the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, or the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.  All opinions expressed in the show are for entertainment purposes only.  There is no nexus between Opposing Bases, LLC and the FAA or NATCA.  All episodes are the property of Opposing Bases, LLC and shall not be recorded or transcribed without express written consent.  For official guidance on laws and regulations, refer to your local Flight Standards District Office or Certified Flight Instructor.  Opposing Bases, LLC offers this podcast to promote aviation safety and enhance the knowledge of its listeners but makes no guarantees to listeners regarding accuracy or legal applications.
Leadership: the Good, the Bad, and the Bajablastphmy We discuss the good and bad examples of leadership and how its effected us through our careers both military and civilian a like. We also try and figure out who the creator of Baja Blast is.
Washington withdraws as FAA nominee
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AvTalk Episode 209: Ian’s surprise solo show On this week’s AvTalk, Ian flies solo with Jason under the weather. This week’s show is on the shorter side, with 100% less repartee, but we hope you’ll enjoy it nonetheless.
Washington withdraws as FAA nominee
Phillip Washington, the current CEO of Denver Airport has withdrawn his nomination to be the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. Washington’s nomination was opposed mainly by Republicans in the Senate, but some Democrats had expressed skepticism of his qualifications as well.
NTSB issues Challenger 300 preliminary report
The NTSB issued its preliminary report on the Challenger 300 inflight upset that occurred earlier this month. One passenger was fatally injured on the flight.
ITA Airways post full year loss, Lufthansa confident a deal can be reached
ITA Airways lost nearly €500 million in 2022, but that may be good news for Lufthansa as they try to reach an agreement for a stake in the airline by the end of April.
BRA and ZeroAvia partner in Skellefteå
Hydrogen powered aircraft will need supporting infrastructure and that’s what BRA, ZeroAvia and Skellefteå’s airport and municipal energy supplier are going to work together to figure out.
AirBaltic adds summer wet leases
With engine repair work on the P&W GTFs that power the airline’s A220-300s slow going, AirBaltic will wet lease an additional four aircraft for the summer season. But it will also be leasing out more than a dozen of its own aircraft.
Big Twin makes first flight
The first 777-300ER converted freighter made its first flight late last week in Tel Aviv.
Archer and United plan Chicago eVTOL airport transfers
10 minutes to get from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport to the Chicago Vertiport on the near west side, if it becomes a reality.
20th anniversary of the great Meigs Field carve up
In a painful moment for aviation enthusiasts and flight simulator fans, 31 March marks the 20th anniversary of the forced closure of Meigs Field in Chicago. The lakefront airport’s runway was carved up in the middle of the night on orders of Chicago’s then-mayor Richard M. Daley.
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Episode 14 – Hank Duffy’s Destiny—The Making of an ALPA President, Part 2 In this episode, we explore the experiences that led Hank Duffy to pursue the ALPA presidency.
48. Learning from every flight, with Steve Thorne of Flight Chops Steve Thorne (aka Flight Chops) is one of YouTube's original aviation stars, and he's learned a lot over the last decade—about flying and about himself. In this episode, he explains why a post-flight debrief matters, how to do a good one, and why he shares his videos with over 350,000 followers. He also talks about his weather decision-making process, especially on those "gray area" days like the one he encountered flying to Sporty's recently. In the "Ready to Copy" segment, Steve offers a tip for making better videos, shares his favorite strategy for handling nervous passengers, and explains why drumming and IFR flying are similar.
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Episode 449 – Coffee Chaos, Chaotic Tweets and Crazy Passengers Join Carlos, Nev and Nik for this week's episode. In the commercial, we've got coffee causing chaos, chaotic tweets and crazy passengers. In the military this week we talk about A-10s, U-2s, Apaches, MiG-29's, and even a Messerschmitt or two. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email [email protected] or comment in our chatroom on YouTube.
96. Regional Airline Pilot Strategy Session with the Diamond Dogs The guys discuss the recent incapacitated pilot incident and how they'd handle it  //  Mailbag: Listener shares a tragic story in hopes of helping other pilots, What are the differences between 135 and 121 schedules? [15:00] // Tim Pope, Certified Financial Planner for Professional Pilots, joins us to explain the ramifications of accepting regional airline hiring retention bonuses [28:30] // Should I leave my regional for an LCC job if my ultimate goal is a major? James Onieal is back to talk strategy [48:30] // Storytime: Max's expired passport adventure [1:53:00] Weather Radar Training Module from Advanced Aircrew Academy Connect with Tim Pope on LinkedIn Connect with James Onieal on LinkedIn 21Five's Youtube Channel Connect with us on LinkedIn Our sponsors: Harvey Watt, offers the only true Loss of Medical License Insurance available to individuals and small groups. Because Harvey Watt manages most airlines' plans, they can assist you in identifying the right coverage to supplement your airline’s plan. Many buy coverage to supplement the loss of retirement benefits while grounded. Visit harveywatt.com to learn more! Advanced Aircrew Academy enables flight operations to fulfill their training needs in the most efficient and affordable way—in any location at any time. We do this by providing high-quality professional pilot, flight attendant, flight coordinator, maintenance, and line service training modules delivered via the web using a world-class online aviation training system. Visit aircrewacademy.com to learn more! Tim Pope is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and a pilot. His financial planning practice provides services to aviation professionals and aviation 401k plans. Tim helps clients pursue their financial goals by defining them, organizing & optimizing resources, planning, implementing, and monitoring their financial plan. Visit https://link.21fivepodcast.com/timothy-pope to learn more. Click Here to Schedule a Meeting  Do you have feedback, suggestions, or a great aviation story to share? Email us [email protected] Check out our Instagram feed @21FivePodcast for more great content and to see our collection of aviation license plates. The 21.Five Show is produced by Joel Penhorwood / Treasured Media The statements made in this show are our own opinions and do not reflect, nor were they under any direction of any of our employers.
FPP163 – "Trots" Talks Tomcats and TOPGUN Retired U.S. Navy Captain Tom "Trotts" Trotter describes flying the beloved F-14 Tomcat and how it compares to the F/A-18 Hornet, then attending TOPGUN as one of the first Hornet students and later commanding the school.Original music by Jaime Lopez. Video produced by Kevin Harold of Showgun Media.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-fighter-pilot-podcast/donations
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E54 The Bombardier Global Does the Bombardier Global compare to the Gulfstream 650? What is the element that makes the Global exceptional, and what’s the one element that gives it a shaky reputation in the large corporate jet industry?
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Too Good To Go! ? In this episode, I talk about a company "Too good to go" whose goal is to fight food waste. They have been very successful with this mission so far.
Central Air Safety (CASC) 2023 State of Safety On this episode of Ride Report, join CASC Chair Blake Kelly in a discussion including the recent FAA Safety Summit and Call to Action along with many topics of particular importance to JetBlue ALPA pilots.
425 Drone Delivery Network Alphabet’s Wing subsidiary wants a drone delivery network, the Japanese Self-Defense Forces consider using drones to intercept aircraft, DJI is reportedly dropping AeroScope, U.S. Senators want an assessment of DJI security risks, cardboard drones from Australia are going to Ukraine, the USAF has plans for 1,000 loyal wingmen drones, Zipline’s next-generation aircraft, and Russian Su-27 fighter jets intercept a U.S. MQ-9 Reaper.
UAV News
Google company unveils drone delivery-network ambition
Alphabet’s Wing subsidiary is delivering up to 1,000 packages a day in Australia, but to scale up to millions of deliveries daily, Wing says it needs to develop a network service. The Wing Delivery Network would enable the management of large numbers of drones. This would consist of three hardware elements:

The delivery drones.
Pads where drones take off, land, and recharge their batteries.
Autoloaders that allow companies to leave packages for collection.

Delivery drones would travel from pad to pad (or node to node) rather than use fixed routes that return to a “home base” after each delivery.
Video: The Wing Drone Delivery Network


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Japan weighs using drones to chase away foreign aircraft
Chinese military flights in the East China Sea have increased and scrambling jets is expensive for Japan. So the Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JDSF) are thinking about using drones instead, either the Turkish Bayraktar TB2 or the MQ-9 Reaper. It’s estimated that scrambling manned jets costs 40 times more than sending drones. The JSDF will first train its forces to use drones to identify foreign warships. If that proves successful, drones would be used to identify fast-approaching aircraft.  Then if the threat is significant, the JSDF would send manned aircraft.
DJI quietly discontinues its drone-detecting AeroScope system
According to The Verge, the DJI AeroScope product page displays a pop-up that reads: “The Aeroscope is no longer in production. For the latest in DJI technology, please view our product recommendations below.” AeroScope is a drone detection platform that identifies UAV communication links and gathers information in real time like flight status, paths, and other information.
Senators Request Cyber Safety Analysis of Chinese-Owned DJI Drones
A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators is asking the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to conduct an investigation and evaluate potential risks associated with DJI drones. In its letter, the Senators say, “Identification of this relationship between DJI and the PLA [People’s Liberation Army] suggests a range of risks to U.S. operators of the technology, including that sensitive information or data could wind up in PLA hands.”
Paper Planes? Ukraine Gets Flat-Packed Cardboard Drones From Australia
SYPAQ announced it is shipping its Corvo drones to Ukraine. The drones come in flatpack form and the bodies are made of waxed cardboard. The autonomous Corvo PPDS has been shown to be simple to construct using only a glue gun, knife, pen, tape, and perhaps rubber bands. Only one tool is needed to attach the propeller. Corvo Autonomous Systems provide
Scholarships, Making It All Work, & More! Scholarships, Making It All Work, & More! This episode offers advice on scholarship applications, including the flyGIRL scholarship! I discuss how to make time for your flight training, or goals, in general. How do you change your course? Sun N Fun is around the corner-here's what you need to know!
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