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Welcome to the Airbus Podcast, 'We Make It Fly'. Here you will find conversations on everything Airbus - what the company is currently up to across its several divisions, its plans for an innovative & sustainable future, and a view of its prestigious past. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
If you like this show, support it giving a 5 star and a comment! The 9Gs Podcast - An Aviation Podcast was created to share the journey and experiences of professional aviators. Launched in March 2020 in the middle of one of the toughest times in the 21st century, it allows the growing audience to get an insight view of the professional and amateur aviation world. From Bush pilots, Commercial aviators to Fighter pilots, the guests will share their unique journey relating multiple aviation st ...
 
Shephard Studio’s Revolutions in Vertical Flight looks at the history of the helicopter and tiltrotor, discovering the key individuals and revolutionary moments that created the rotorcraft industry that we know today. And we take a look to the future, consider how next-generation rotorcraft will shape the future battlespace, and hear how the innovation underway today will enable the urban air mobility of tomorrow.
 
AviaDev Insight Europe is the only podcast dedicated to the regional European aviation industry. We bring prominent industry voices to the table to gain an insight into the inner working of all parts of the industry. The podcast was created by Jon Howell, Founder and Managing Director of AviaDev Europe, an event dedicated to developing regional air connectivity.
 
What makes Silicon Valley the innovation capital of the world? It all starts on Sand Hill Road, considered the mecca of venture capital. Join us for insightful interviews from the heart of Silicon Valley with the VCs, start-ups and innovators behind the trending technologies of tomorrow. Hosted by NBC Bay Area business and technology reporter and host of Press:Here, Scott McGrew.
 
Dive deep into the passenger experience with In Conversation from Runway Girl Network, talking airlines, airports, seats, cabins, inflight connectivity and more! RGN's deputy editor John Walton (@thatjohn) talks to a different fascinating aviation expert every episode about their #PaxEx specialty. For all the latest news on the passenger experience, visit runwaygirlnetwork.com and follow @RunwayGirl on Twitter.
 
The commercial drone industry is projected to be worth more than $20 billion in the next 10 years. Commercial Drones FM is the podcast for the drone industry. Your host, Ian Smith—a helicopter pilot and international drone operator—analyzes the drone industry, guides you in discovering the people who power it, the concepts that drive it, and the global industries who already use drones in their businesses today. The podcast also explores eVTOL aircraft, urban air mobility, and flying cars (a ...
 
Airline passengers are mobile, social and vocal! And airlines know they must keep pace with the demands of these tech-savvy, always connected travelers in order to stay relevant. Hosted by industry expert Mary Kirby and aviation veteran Max Flight, the #PaxEx Podcast takes a studied look at how the airline passenger experience is quickly evolving. Featuring interviews with thought leaders in the space, the #PaxEx Podcast addresses everything from the latest changes to loyalty programs, airpo ...
 
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In this episode I am talking with Thomas Wilhelm, the Chief Test Pilot of Airbus Toulouse. Thomas is a former German Air Force Test Pilot and was involved in the Airbus A400M project for 10 years. On completion of high school Thomas initially spent his compulsory military service in the parachute division of the German military. After a distinguish…
 
Airbus aims to have an electric airliner in service by 2035. As part of this, the company announced three electric concept planes in September that are targeted for demonstration by 2025. Today Switched On speaks with Glenn Llewellyn, vice-president of zero emission aircraft at Airbus. He speaks with BloombergNEF Sustainability Editor Bryony Collin…
 
The company OpenAI has developed an extremely powerful machine-learning system that can rapidly generate text with minimal human input. The system is known as GPT-3 and it does everything from crafting an email to writing advanced fiction. However, the FT’s innovation editor, John Thornhill, explains, there are barriers and even a dark side to this…
 
A net-zero target is achieved when a country or company balances out its greenhouse gas emissions with other activities that store, reduce or offset those emissions. So in the end, what you’re putting up into the air is effectively, well, nothing. This week on the show, Switched On speaks with BNEF corporate sustainability analyst Kyle Harrison abo…
 
Europe’s financial sector has reached “peak uncertainty” as regulators and banks rush to stave off the harshest effects of Brexit, cloud software company Salesforce is in talks to buy Slack, and Facebook allowed several thousand adverts and posts that violated UK law earlier this year. Plus, the FT’s economics editor, Chris Giles, explains why UK c…
 
Jan Palmer is the CEO & Chairman of the management board at Xfly. Back in October this year, Jan was elected also as the President of the European Regions Airline Association. So we naturally spoke about the future of European regional aviation in the post pandemic world. Jan also explained the business model of Xfly being the dedicated capacity pr…
 
US stocks surged to new highs on Tuesday, alongside global equities, as the path for a smooth transition of power in the US cleared, French tax authorities have begun demanding millions of euros in extra tax from US tech giants, and an ECB executive says that eurozone banks could be allowed to pay dividends again if their balance sheets are in orde…
 
US president-elect Joe Biden is poised to choose former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen as his Treasury secretary, Peru joins a select group of countries that has issued century bonds, and the number of US air travellers has ticked up ahead of US Thanksgiving. Plus, the FT’s Donato Paolo Mancini explains how the vaccine produced by Oxford Univer…
 
European policymakers are preparing to relax Covid-19 lockdowns and “save Christmas”, G20 leaders pledged to “spare no effort” to ensure global access to Covid-19 vaccines, and Beijing has warned it will show “zero tolerance” for financial misconduct after several high-profile bond defaults by state-owned companies. Plus, the FT’s Peggy Hollinger e…
 
In this episode I had a fascinating conversation with Francois Allison. We spoke about the discipline required in Air Force training, basic military training and flying training. How Air Forces around the world train their pilots in a similar fashion. We talked about the techniques of being a flying instructor and the relationships that build and g…
 
How do High Performance Teams maintain optimal wellness, which results in peak performance? Dr Anton Janse van Rensburg is the Chief Medical Officer at Exec Care, an executive wellness facility in Johannesburg. We had a conversation about his team of medical professionals, whose job it is to look after the captains of industry across South Africa. …
 
In this episode I am joined by Pierre-Henri Chuet, callsign "Ate". He served on the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, operating the Dassault Rafale fighter aircraft. Ate has an interesting story, both operating in the US Air Force and the French Navy. He is also a stroke survivor at a young age and has managed to regain his flying medical. Ate no…
 
This was a fascinating conversation with the Deputy Commanding Officer of the Snowbirds, Canadian Forces aerobatic display team, Lt Col Denis Bandet. The 9-ship aerobatic team are flown by Royal Canadian Air Force pilots while the ground and support staff come from all arms of service. Denis has recently stepped down as leader, after spending sever…
 
Hi and welcome to this brand new podcast, High Performance Teams, a show where we interview world-class guests from across the globe. High Performance Teams consistently deliver in the greatest arenas using the principle called "Incremental gains." Subscribe to this podcast and listen to the new episodes to find out how the following individuals al…
 
Show Subjects; Pfizer Says Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Is More Than 90% Effective. SpaceX Launches to the International Space Station. Lilium air has flying taxi service coming to Florida. Nio, 100 kWh Battery. There is a new drinking game. hang a mask on your tv. when it lines up drink. Walmart is giving up on shelf-scanning robots in favor of h…
 
Show Subjects; Pfizer Says Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Is More Than 90% Effective. SpaceX Launches to the International Space Station. Lilium air has flying taxi service coming to Florida. Nio, 100 kWh Battery. There is a new drinking game. hang a mask on your tv. when it lines up drink. Walmart is giving up on shelf-scanning robots in favor of h…
 
The World Health Organization has recommended that doctors do not prescribe Gilead's remdesivir to patients in hospital with coronavirus, US Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin has decided against extending several of the Federal Reserve’s emergency lending facilities, and online wine retailer, Naked Wines, has said that worsening wildfires are becom…
 
Sunday 11th October 2020 marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Arthur Seldon, economist and polemicist and co-founder of the Institute of Economic Affairs. To commemorate the anniversary, IEA Editorial and Research Fellow Professor Len Shackleton hosted an In Conversation event with Arthur’s son, Sir Anthony Seldon, to reflect on his contribu…
 
In this episode, Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs, speaks to the Hon Tony Abbott, former Prime Minister of Australia and adviser to the UK Board of Trade, about the future of UK and global free trade. The conversation centres around the newly created UK Board of Trade and its role in delivering economic growth …
 
A new book from Dr Eamonn Butler explores and examines how entrepreneurship drives economic progress and how governments can create the optimal conditions for entrepreneurs to thrive. What part does entrepreneurship play in boosting innovation, progress, productivity and growth – and why is this overlooked in economics textbooks? Do we underestimat…
 
My guest today is Andreas Slettvoll, CEO & founder at Chooose. Chooose is a Norwegian company that delivers solutions making climate action available for everyone. Recently Wizz Air partnered with Chooose so travellers flying Wizz Air can now offset their carbon footprint using Chooose. Andreas explained carbon offsetting is not the only one soluti…
 
A new report from the EU’s external auditor has found Brussels failed to tame Big Tech because it moved too slowly, the US Federal Aviation Administration issues an order on Wednesday allowing Boeing’s 737 Max to fly again, and Wall Street analysts expect the arrival of a coronavirus vaccine will send the dollar sinking next year. Plus, the FT’s en…
 
In episode 41 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss: How much use has Hi Fly's A380 had? Singapore Airlines' Boeing 737s The first VIP Transport flight of 'Boris Force One' London Gatwick's low-cost carrier battle Vietnam's Bamboo Airways receives DOT approval
 
Saudi Arabia’s finance minister says the world’s richest countries are close to unlocking additional IMF funds for low-income nations, Amazon has launched an online delivery service offering big discounts for prescription medicine in the US, and Unilever is aiming to increase its annual sales of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives to €1bn in fi…
 
US president-elect Joe Biden has warned that the country’s ability to handle Covid-19 could be hampered if Donald Trump does not allow a smooth transition of power, AirBnB published the prospectus for its long-awaited stock market listing on Monday, and the secretary general of the Basel committee of regulators has argued that shareholder payouts s…
 
A Financial Times analysis has found the UK’s weakness in international economic league tables during the coronavirus crisis reflects stretched household finances and potentially wasteful public spending, leaders from 15 Asia-Pacific countries have signed one of the biggest trade deals in history, and US banks are concerned over one of their most p…
 
Data analytics company, Palantir, beat Wall Street forecasts in its first quarterly earnings since going public, the US Senate is preparing to vote on Judy Shelton, Donald Trump’s nominee to the Federal Reserve board, and Poland’s prime minister warns that his country’s parliament could shoot down the EU’s next seven-year budget. Plus, the FT’s Nor…
 
Minister Rachel Maclean says that for the United Kingdom to meet its 2050 net zero-emissions target, the country will need to expand the electric vehicle charging network, and offer enough EVs at the right price. During a conversation as part of the BNEF London Summit on October 20, she and Dana Perkins look at the future of transport in the UK as …
 
Boris Johnson’s director of communications resigned on Wednesday night following a bitter Downing Street power struggle, the European Central Bank will keep financing costs exceptionally favourable in the eurozone until the economy recovers from the pandemic, and TikTok wrestles with its US divestment deadline. Plus, the FT’s Laura Pitel explains h…
 
In episode 40 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Tom and Jo discuss: Tegel Airport closes after 60 years Hi Fly is retiring its only Airbus A380 airBaltic’s CEO becomes an A220 pilot Emirates's A380 pilot dilemma Lufthansa to launch COVID free flights in Germany
 
Socialism remains a hugely popular idea among Western Millennials, but mention a specific example of socialism in the presence of a believer and you can be sure of a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth. “That’s not real socialism”, they cry. So what is it like to live under socialism and have Western hipsters tell you your experiences are wrong, o…
 
My guest today is Marja Aalto, Senior Specialist in Aviation at Visit Tampere. Marja explains what makes Tampere Airport now the 2nd busiest in Finland, how does the cooperation between Visit Tampere and Finavia look like and what you can expect when you visit this charming city. By the way, did you know Tampere is considered as the world sauna cap…
 
Republicans have grown more assertive in giving cover to Donald Trump’s false claims that the US presidential election was stolen from him, Lyft has said it was in the “early days” of building a delivery business to take on Uber Eats and others, SoftBank is considering moving its Vision Fund unit to Abu Dhabi, and the European Union is hitting Amaz…
 
A breakthrough in the race to find a vaccine for Covid-19 fuelled a broad global equity rally on Monday. The FT’s Joe Miller explains what this means for managing the pandemic. Plus, India’s competition watchdog has ordered an in-depth investigation into the tight links between Google’s mobile app store and its payment service, and electric truck s…
 
President-elect Joe Biden will face a power struggle between liberal and progressive Democrats, and how will a Biden administration handle a trade deal between the US and the UK? The FT’s Sebastian Payne and Aime Williams explain how the internal market bill plays an important role. Plus, shopping centre landlord Westfield is threatening tenants wi…
 
Show Subjects; UK Brewery has new slogan for the football season; “That calls for a Carlsberg” An inflatable electric scooter that is highly portable. Do you think asphalt parking lots and streets make things hotter? Well, you are correct and they are doing something about it. Did you know that until 1963 the states had their own abbreviations? Fun…
 
Show Subjects; UK Brewery has new slogan for the football season; “That calls for a Carlsberg” An inflatable electric scooter that is highly portable. Do you think asphalt parking lots and streets make things hotter? Well, you are correct and they are doing something about it. Did you know that until 1963 the states had their own abbreviations? Fun…
 
Find out how Airbus’ payload hosting platform Bartolomeo allows customers and researchers to test space technologies 400 km above Earth. Named after Christopher Columbus’ younger brother, Bartolomeo offers the only unobstructed view from the International Space Station (ISS) towards our planet and into outer space. That’s why the platform is ideall…
 
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