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Your Aviation Audio Magazine - A unique view... from both sides of the mic!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavors, no matter wha ...
 
Modern, engaging, and unique, Aviation LO Down is the official podcast of David Lombardo, also known by his operating initials, LO. Full of the passion, humor, and the famous improvisational style found on many of his past social media projects, Aviation LO Down features fascinating interviews and soundbites from across the industry in an exciting and energy-fueled format anyone can enjoy. A podcast that explores not just flying, but the art and science of what makes people in aviation tick. ...
 
A podcast for Professional Pilots, by Professional Pilots. Join hosts Dylan and Max, both professional pilots with backgrounds in Flight Instructing, Airlines, and Business Aviation, on their quest to improve as travelers, pilots, and professionals. Expect to find interesting conversations with industry experts in a variety of aviation fields, thought-provoking discussions on hot topics, and hilarious stories from the (sometimes) wild aviation industry. Whether you’re corporate, airline, cha ...
 
Welcome to the Level Plane Field podcast, a platform where aviation and finances meet. Host David Yu will be interviewing guests from all of the different careers in aviation who can help us explore how each career impacts a family’s personal finances and lifestyle.David Yu is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner who loves helping people make smart, lasting financial decisions. He runs a financial planning firm, based in Southern California, and has extensive experience working with c ...
 
The Voyage Report: where you get the scoop on travel! This podcast introduces listeners to globetrotters, explorers, current travel topics and trends, tips and tricks, and destinations around the world. Subscribe, review, and share to support our original content from our team of journalists. Thank you for listening and visit us at VoyageReport.com. Bon voyage!
 
[We have episodes in German and English] How do scientists uncover phenomena and explain their connections? How do engineers design machines, methods and infrastructure? At omega tau, experts give detailed answers. Over the last ten years, we have produced 300 episodes in which we dug deeper, until we ran out of questions. Join us on our journey through the world of science and engineering: the closer you look and listen, the more interesting things get.
 
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As the music promises, you know who’s here. The one, the only Chad Fortenberry, but with a twist! And that’s because today we’re answering your questions, A few thoughtful listeners, all Patrons in this case, sent in some stuff, and instead of just hearing my thoughts, you get Chad’s too, and between the two of us, you might just get an answer! Spe…
 
Ich spreche mit Dr. Sabine Wurmehl vom Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper und Werkstoffforschung Dresden darüber, was Kristalle überhaupt sind, warum man spezielle Kristalle herstellen möchte, wie man dabei vorgeht und was man dann mit den Ergebnissen macht. Ein Schwerpunkt des Gesprächs liegt dabei auf den verschiedenen Verfahren zur Kristallzüchtung…
 
As a ten year old boy, Ron went on a short joy flight in a C185 amphibian floatplane. As they came into land on the water, Ron had no idea he was moments away from taking his last breath in the baggage compartment of an upturned, sinking aircraft. Flying as a young commercial pilot, Pat was flying the company C206 on a busy, blue skied day at the G…
 
The guys thank Philip B for a donation and dig into the mailbag // Dr. Tom Faulkner, AME explains why pilots can't participate in vaccine trials and shares his opinion on pilots getting the COVID-19 vaccine [13:05] // Lynsey Howell, professional pilot and career coach, tells her aviation story [25:18] // We discuss Lynsey's study of 50 successful f…
 
Tropic Ocean Airways is becoming the worlds fastest growing seaplane airline, and after talking to Rob Ceravolo on episode 12, it's understandable. Joshua Maddox always thought he was going to go down the normal airline route but joining Tropic has changed his idea about the "career" flying job, and can't see him ever leaving the company that see's…
 
Ich habe mich mit Oberstleutnant Hans-Joachim Rösen unterhalten, der die SAR Leitstelle Münster leitet. Dort werden die Einsätze der SAR-Hubschrauber des Heeres koordiniert, und dort laufen auch die Alarmierungen durch ELTs auf. Wir sprechen über die Alarmierungskette, die Rolle von ELTs und PLBs, die Lokalisierung des Wracks, sowie die eingesetzte…
 
Ben Shipps has one of the most inspiring stories out there. Born with a growth anomaly with his arms, Ben has broke through barrier after barrier to follow his aviation and seaplane dreams, becoming the President of one of the worlds busiest floatplane schools! Everyone knows about Jack Brown's and finally I have a guest on to talk cubs and floatpl…
 
The guys discuss how to handle a cancellation on a contract trip // Featured Furloughed Flyer Chris shares his perspective and experience surviving a previous furlough by turning to long haul trucking // James and Jason from Raven Careers with tangible steps on what to do if you're getting furloughed // Dylan and Max share hilarious and cringeworth…
 
Just recently, photos circulated the internet about a DC-3 being reinstalled on its amphibious EDO floats after 14 years without them. I tracked down Jakob McKenney, who is writing a book all about the history of the DC-3 and C-47 amphibian floatplanes. He shares some incredible stories about the aircraft and the unique floats they sit on. https://…
 
What’s Narrative? No, honestly what is it. And why the heck are we talking about it on an aviation podcast?! Well, because I’m repurposing content from another thing I do. No, I’m kidding… Sort of. Narrative affects everything we hear. It’s that thing news outlets have that affects how they’re going to spin a story. And if you ask me, it’s a bummer…
 
You won't find anyone more passionate about seaplane safety and enjoyment than Steve McCaughey, in fact the guy was married in the back of a Grumman Albatross mid air! He shares his journey into the wonderful world of floats and into his current role as SPA President. http://www.seaplanes.orgBy Steve McCaughey
 
Humanity has always been exposed to potentially catastrophic risks that might endanger the continued existence of humanity. Asteroid impacts or supervolcano eruptions come to mind. But since about the invention of the atomic bomb, humanity has been able to wipe itself out, adding self-made existential risks to the natural ones. Oxford philosopher T…
 
Humanity has always been exposed to potentially catastrophic risks that might endanger the continued existence of humanity. Asteroid impacts or supervolcano eruptions come to mind. But since about the invention of the atomic bomb, humanity has been able to wipe itself out, adding self-made existential risks to the natural ones. Oxford philosopher T…
 
I've been flying seaplanes for over 10 years now (nothing compared to some of my amazing guests) but now I share with you my own story with a good mate of mine in the hosting seat. Hear about my entry into seaplanes, progressing into one of Australia's most iconic seaplane operation, living in Hanoi Vietnam flying Cessna Caravans on floats, and fin…
 
Connor shares stories about his career getting into seaplanes, leading up to his dream job as a Goose pilot for Wilderness Seaplanes. He talks all about his family ties to the Goose including the incredible story about his grandfather flying the same aircraft Connor flies today. Connor also shares the day to day life of a Goose pilot flying up the …
 
Max reveals his latest career pivot | We discuss how often BizAv pilots should check on their airplane during maintenance | Mike Healey joins us as our first Featured Furloughed Pilot | What happens when you drop a firearm in a C-17 lav with Matthew | Mike tells us tails from the glory days at America West and the early years at SWA | Dave relays a…
 
In flying, I think everybody more or less falls into two camps. Camp 1: Those that are there for adventure, and Camp 2: those who aren’t. Some people crave a little uncertainty, and the others want to use their OCD to avoid anything of the sort. Today’s guest, quote/unquote “Baller Pilot” Deanna Wallace is really going to put the World In Air World…
 
Ich war bei Liebherr im Werk Ehingen und habe mich dort mit den beiden Konstruktionsleitern für Mobil- und Raupenkrane Bernd Boos und Roland Bohnacker über Funktionsprinzipien und Konstruktionsdetails von Großkranen unterhalten. Im Anschluss spreche ich dann mit Wolfgang Beringer über die Stunts die Liebherr im Laufe der Jahre mit ihren Kranen geze…
 
It’s been almost a year and a half since the Atlas crash, and that’s about how long it takes the NTSB to complete a formal investigation, and to issue a Probable Cause statement. And boy did they ever… The idea that a 767 could just fall out of the sky vertically, with no warning, was weird enough to suggest that this wouldn’t be a typical case, bu…
 
Dylan talks about his tailwheel training and the guys discuss ways to stay current if you’re not flying much at work. Mailbag discussion on ATC ground control inconsistencies and furlough flute feedback. James Onieal rejoins us to address the difficult questions furloughed airline pilots will face during job interviews. We all discuss what pilots i…
 
Rian Potter was one of my instructors in flight school and is also a great mate. He is now in his dream job, flying King Airs for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS). Although not a working seaplane pilot, Rian received a FREE floatplane endorsement some years ago and talks about how it was one of his most exciting aviation adventures. He also s…
 
To conclude our detailed look at the ATLAS experiment, this episode looks at the computing infrastructure. We start out with the trigger systems that decide, very quickly, whether the data from a particular collision is worth keeping. We then discuss the reconstruction of the event, the simulation needed to understand the background as well as the …
 
To conclude our detailed look at the ATLAS experiment, this episode looks at the computing infrastructure. We start out with the trigger systems that decide, very quickly, whether the data from a particular collision is worth keeping. We then discuss the reconstruction of the event, the simulation needed to understand the background as well as the …
 
Chad and I talked for so long, that when I looked down at the recording at the end, it showed nearly two hours. And I think that’s the best part of aviation. And podcasting too, actually. The idea that we can get all into a bunch of different topics, and go with it for that long, and not only have a great time, but share a ton of useful information…
 
The guys are back after vacation and recap the latest (bad) news from the airline industry while introducing the ‘warn horn’ and ‘furlough flute’. We read some listener reviews. Derek Vento, Air Traffic Controller, and host of the The Traffic Pattern Podcast, joins us to talk all things ATC [16:35]. Derek explains the demanding training required to…
 
It's always a treat to fly with your best friends and, today, you get to come along with Chad and I as we discuss A BUNCH of high level training topics. We were having such a great time, we recorded almost 2 hours of content, so I decided to break it up into two Episodes. Topics discussed: 1. Flying During COVID - CAE Citation X Type Rating experie…
 
At last years (2019) Seaplane Pilots Association of Australia conference, I did a presentation on gear down water landings. I am happy to share with you all the presentation, slightly modified for the podcast format. It is such a simple mistake that can be deadly, so why is it still happening today and how can we go about preparing ourselves more t…
 
For many years I have followed Toby Dorn @aeroplanetoby on Instagram without actually knowing what he did (I just loved his cool photos!) But now, thanks to a great chat, I know all about his company Blue Sky Airways and what they do. With the help of their always eye catching floatplane, and their “flying tinny” flying boat, plus a host of other t…
 
What if you’re living the dream? Maybe you’ve got a plane of your own. Not much risk in that right? Or is there? For those outside the industry, there’s always stuff getting made up about what goes on in private jets, and who knows, maybe some of it’s true, but for you all listening, we all know the reality is that having your own plane isn’t so mu…
 
In dieser Episode erklärt und Sebastian Triesch die Photosynthese funktioniert. Wir besprechen die grundlegenden Mechanismen, Aspekte der Entwicklung sowie verschiedene Varianten die man heute in Pflanzen findet. Wir reden außerdem über die Forschung zu Photosynthese beim Exzellenzcluster CEPLAS wo Sebastian promoviert. Am Ende sprechen wir auch ei…
 
Building a seaplane float is tough work. But with years of experience and passionate engineers, PK floats makes some of the worlds toughest seaplane floats. Levi Guimond talks all about the history of PK, what the process of building a float is and how they are transitioning into the experimental market. Not only is Levi an engineer, he is also a s…
 
Today, former 2 time guest Bryan Juarez is back on the show to talk about how he was the last class to make it through training at his new airline, and what it was like to go through what’s already a tough enough process, even without SARS 2.0... Enderson Rafael Article in AirFacts Journal (make sure to subscribe!) PlaneEnglish ATC Simulator - Get …
 
Sarah Tamar watched seaplanes fly over her head and began dreaming of becoming a seaplane pilot. After a stint as operations and as a dock hand for Tailwind based in New York, Sarah realised this was something she had to pursue! Now flying a Cessna Caravan Amphib for the same company, Sarah's day job involves flying Wall Street workers to their Ham…
 
In dieser Episode spreche ich mit meinem Bruder Mathias über seine Arbeit als Notfallsanitäter beim DRK Heidenheim-Ulm. Wir sprechen über die Struktur und Organisation des Rettungsdienstes in Deutschland, Rollen und Aufgaben, sowie typische Szenarien bei Hausnotfällen und bei Verkehrsunfällen. Am Schluss reden wir darüber, wie Corona die Arbeit ver…
 
At the risk of beating this dead horse beyond recognition, I just… It just keeps on going. It ain’t over yet, and of course, I’m talking about the 737 max saga. But I can’t let you all go any longer without an update, and COVID or not, there’s a lot going on. And in one case, it might finally be time to shine. Congrats to Seattle Times for a Pulitz…
 
Mark Downham explains what it is like to work on a 70 year old aircraft such as the Mallard. He also talks about his career in the Australian Navy working on Seaking helicopters and his time in Fiji where he maintained 2 Twin Otter Amphibian‘s working for 7star resorts. He talks about how corrosion effects an aircraft and how to treat it.…
 
Episode 1 in Maintenance Week focuses on the worlds largest seaplane company and how they manage to keep 50+ Twin Otters airborne. Nisham Ali, along with a close friend, run the amazing Instagram page @seaplanemechanic, sharing an insight into what happens behind the turquoise waters and white beaches to make the airline what it is today. From dail…
 
Lloyd Cofield began his career in aviation competing around the world as an Australian competition skydiver. After several years of jumping from the plane, he changed seats to start driving them! With his passion for adventure, flying seaplanes made sense, so a move to Air Whitsunday followed. After leading the pilot group as Chief Pilot, Lloyd the…
 
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