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World-renowned aviation-industry consultants and former NTSB investigators John Goglia and Greg Feith have 100 years of worldwide aviation safety experience between them. In this hard-hitting podcast series they talk about everything aviation -- from the behind-the-scenes facts on deadly air crashes to topics of interest such as tips and tricks for navigating through airports and security, traveling with infants and children, unruly passengers, and packing your bags to ease through security.
 
General Aviation news, pilot tips for beginners & experts, interviews, listener questions answered, technical details on G1000 & Perspective glass cockpits & flying GPS approaches. 40 yrs experience flying general aviation aircraft. As an active flight instructor, I bring my daily experiences in the air to this show to help teach pilots and future pilots to fly safely. I'm a Platinum Cirrus CSIP instructor and work with people who are thinking about buying a new or used SR20 or SR22. Go to A ...
 
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 ...
 
NBAA Flight Plan is a regular podcast featuring business aviation news and information for people on the go. Each issue provides an overview of important developments affecting NBAA Members, and the Association’s work to advocate for their interests. Listen to NBAA Flight Plan to hear the latest operational, regulatory and legislative news, and what it means for companies of all sizes, all across the U.S., that rely on business aviation to succeed. Subscribe to the NBAA Flight Plan podcast v ...
 
The Finer Points is the original educational aviation podcast. Launched in 2005, TFP delivers expert CFI wisdom from award winning certified flight instructor, Jason Miller. Over the last 20 years Jason has been working to perfect the art of flight instruction. He was named FAA Wester Pacific CFI of the year in 2009 and 2016, works as an AOPA Air Safety Institute instructor, and writes monthly columns for FLYING magazine. Jason is passionate about conveying accurate, meaningful information t ...
 
There I was…, presented by the AOPA Air Safety Institute, invites you into the cockpit with pilots across the aviation community. We fly with them as they encounter unpredictable scenarios and we learn from the knowledge and skills they utilize to fly safely out of them. This podcast honors the tradition and heritage in aviation to leverage “hangar flying” as an avenue to pass along knowledge and experience.
 
Welcome to the Rotor Wash Podcast brought to you by the ECHO HeliOps Team! The goal of our podcast is to better public safety aviation through education, training, collaboration & networking opportunities, collaboration with programs / agencies by sharing information on the podcast across disciplines without cost to our members. Rotor Wash episodes will feature industry specific topics as they relate to flight crew personnel who support our community. We will discuss vital information and so ...
 
The Thermal is a monthly podcast devoted to the sport of gliding. You’ll hear about the latest cutting-edge sailplanes and technology. We’ll also be talking about gliding safety, instructing, gliding history, cool pilot interviews, towing, winching and a whole lot more. New podcasts will be released the 1st Saturday of every month.
 
The Aerospace industry makes a world that is both intriguing and exciting. If you want to learn more about it, join in and listen to interviews with special guests from the industry in our first podcast entitled Aerospace Unplugged. Organized as a series of 11 episodes, the podcast focuses on providing listeners like you with a behind-the-scenes look into all things aerospace. Every episode is themed around the main challenges that the aviation industry currently faces and discusses the way ...
 
Ground Effect is a podcast about the thrill of learning to fly. We discuss all things general aviation: what inspired pilots to first take up flying, the challenges of flight training, pilot stories, visual flying in Europe (and elsewhere), safety, light aircraft and life as a licensed pilot. Along the way, I'll be sharing my own progress as a student pilot in Paris, France.
 
"Plane Talk" is the only talk show in the world exclusively dedicated to the General Aviation and community of pilots. (Not true... who writes this gibberish?) The show is produced by Max Gross, aka Howie Marlin- Pilot, Clinical Therapist, x-musician; co-hosted by Jon King Roberts- Pilot, musician, entertainer in his own mind; and... Radek Wyrzykowski- Certificated Flight Instructor whose instruction is focused on aviation safety and pilot proficiency. (Now THAT's true) The program is an ope ...
 
Flying gyroplanes is fun and exciting with a perfect bird's-eye view. We discuss everything gyros about this amazing rotorcraft, including kit building and maintenance, flight instruction, safety, regulations, and much more. The podcast is produced by Air Command Gyroplanes and Skywheels Rotor Blade Systems.
 
Welcome to the Let’s Talk Flying Podcast a show that will continue to teach not only the aviators of today but will educate and influence the aviators of tomorrow. We talk about Flight Instruction, Aviation Safety, Aviation Education and the Aviation industry as a whole. We will have guest co-host from different walks a life in the industry, Everywhere from a flight school to an airline ramp agent all the way up to an airline pilot and more. We will always try to keep you up on the industry, ...
 
The TAKEOFF with APG podcast – hosted by Mike Caflisch, CEO of APG – is designed to provide insight, offer safety and compliance solutions, and introduce new technologies to business aviation operators and pilots. Tune in to hear insightful and informative discussions on a wide-range of topics, including real-time curtailment; Engine Out Procedures; regional regulatory obstacle clearance requirements; how to best manage the integration between flight planning, weight/balance, and runway anal ...
 
The world we’ll be faced with tomorrow demands big ideas today. In Jacobs’ series of interviews with some of today’s leading industry and academic problem solvers, we discuss the Ifs and Whens of disruption - those phenomena with the potential to unsettle the status quo, as well as those now imminent and emerging.
 
Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning and The CBS Evening News, among other broadcast platforms. Eye on Travel is a travel news show originating from a different location every week, featuring local experts sharing their favorite gems. For more travel news you can use visit PeterGreenberg.com And follow Peter Greenberg for the latest travel news on social media: ...
 
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Episode Description Airlines are taking major steps forward in preparing their aircraft for travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, we speak with Hilarie Grey, Managing Director of Corporate Communications for Allegiant Air, as she explains how her airline is ‘going the distance for health and safety’. After listening to her commentar…
 
Episode 143 Show Notes Topic of the show: Fatigue is an insidious danger in aviation. AG and RH discuss fatigue as it relates to some listener stories. Are you monitoring your level of fitness for flight? Are you taking a much-needed break when your brain is telling you to stop? Plus more of the listener’s awesome feedback! Timely Feedback: PATRON …
 
Summary163 Max talks about his roundtrip from SFO to Knoxville on the airlines and an MIT study that estimates the chances of catching COVID on an airline flight. While the terminals appear safe, the highest risk is in flight, as not everyone is properly masked. He shares what he learned about the mask he was wearing and has recommendations for cho…
 
In response to COVID-19, Congress and federal agencies have taken unprecedented steps to direct funding and federal assistance to individuals, businesses, and communities. However, despite these efforts, the nation continues to face significant loss of life and profound economic disruptions. We've been monitoring and reviewing the federal response …
 
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…
 
Mike Culver, Executive Director of the Wright Museum of World War II joins us this weekend to talk about the 2020 season and two special exhibits that are happening this season. Due to COVID-19, the museum opened on June 22nd instead of their usual opening on May 1. The two special feature exhibits are the ‘Vietnam: The Real War’ on display through…
 
As it starts to get colder and we crank up the central heating in our homes, what will the effect be on the SARs-CoV-2 virus? As a respiratory virus like the common cold and influenza, will the coronavirus have a distinct season and will the incidence of COVID get worse in the winter? A pre-print study of over 7000 hospitalised patients across Euro…
 
Episode 38 When a Piper Aerostar collided in mid-air with a Bell 412 helicopter over an elementary school in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania, in 1991 Greg Feith was among the first investigators on the scene. Greg and John revisit the investigation to highlight NTSB findings that are relevant for pilots today. The accident started the NTSB disc…
 
This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg covers all things money under the current circumstances in the travel industry – the CARES Act, airline cash flow, demand for travel and much more – with CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger, ViewfromtheWing.com Founder Gary Leff and Airlines for America CEO Nick Calio.…
 
Episode 142 Show Notes Topic of the show: What happens when the emergency is over? Is the pilot detained, questioned, and forced to fill out endless paperwork? We hear from several pilots about their post-emergency paperwork and we think our listeners will like what they learn. Also, what does law enforcement dispatch do with a laser report? Timely…
 
Last year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced its plans to assist farmers directly affected by trade disruptions and tariffs. These disruptions affected a variety of agricultural products, such as soy and pork. Since announcing its plans, USDA has distributed about 14.5 billion dollars in payments to farmers under the 2019 Market Facilita…
 
162 Max talks about a fatal crash with many risk factors including a pilot who had low total flying time and relatively little experience in an SR22. After a 5-hour flight, flown late at night, he diverted to buy cheap fuel at another airport close to his home. During that time, his home field went below minimums. He appeared to be unaware he was 0…
 
Peter Francese and Lorraine Merrill join us on this weekend’s broadcast to discuss the book Communities & Consequences. The book and film project is about ways we can make our towns and cities to be the kind of places where young people and families want to live and work as well as to be attractive to older people. Please join us for this informati…
 
In June, ATP, a global information services and software company acquired Flightdocs creating of one of the largest providers of software solutions and information services in the aviation industry. Together, the two say they will deliver powerful, cloud-based software solutions for aircraft maintenance tracking, troubleshooting, recurring defect a…
 
Futurist Garry Golden shares how he sees the global COVID-19 pandemic shaping future outcomes for the transportation industry as a whole and for professionals. Garry was a Plenary Speaker at the 2020 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibition and the session was sponsored by the ITE Consultants Council.By Bernie Wagenblast
 
Vaccination has eradicated smallpox, a disease that decimated populations through the 20th century. Polio is almost gone too, and measles is no longer the pervasive childhood threat it once was. It’s clear that vaccination is our best tool to halt the threat of SARS CoV 2, and allow the return to a less restricted way of life. But it takes time to …
 
ER and Critical Care physician and paragliding hound Matt Wilkes returns to the Mayhem to share the takeaways from several large studies he's been involved with since his last talk three years ago on hypoxia and cold; the most comprehensive study done to date on reserves; and an accident analysis study done with the BHPA and Cross Country Magazine.…
 
Episode 37 The cockpit voice recorder is called the “electronic witness” by crash investigators. In this episode, John and Greg walk through the CVR recovered during the investigation of ValuJet Flight 592 that crashed in the Everglades. The CVR captures conversations. It also documents ambient noises that offer clues, especially when aligned with …
 
This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg covers the current state of the hotel industry, what the airline industry is doing to avoid giving passengers refunds and the ongoing hurdles the restaurant industry is facing across the country with IHG Hotels CEO Keith Barr, The Wall Street Journal Travel Editor Scott McCartney and Food Netwo…
 
Episode 141 Show Notes Topic of the show: This week we will get the details of a middle of the night incident in TRIAD airspace and discuss the troubleshooting procedures of a solo Pilatus pilot. We also discuss the differences throughout the NAS regarding the issuance of VFR codes at Class D airports. Timely Feedback: PATRON Mike Kilo sent in fant…
 
Hawaii is no stranger to natural disasters — over the course of several months between 2018-2019, the state faced flooding, landslides and volcanic eruptions. In this episode of the AASHTO ETAP Podcast, Ed Sniffen, Hawaii DOT deputy director for Highways, explains how HDOT plans and prepares to ensure organizational resilience.…
 
In her most recent position, Mrinalini "Lani" Ingram served as the president and CEO of Verizon’s Smart Communities program, leading the company’s initiative on digital transformation of cities, universities, utilities, and sports and entertainment organizations. Lani has been a leader in developing the Smart Communities and IoT industry for over a…
 
These days, many people are worried about air travel, and whether it is safe in the time of COVID-19. But even before the pandemic, GAO was looking at the cleanliness of airplanes and sanitation practices in galleys and bathrooms. We talk to GAO's Steve Morris about his recent review of FDA's role in inspecting sanitation in airplane-galleys and la…
 
The Veterans Health Administration manages medical centers that provide millions of veterans with necessary care like mental health services, critical care, and physical therapy. VA police are staffed to these facilities, and are responsible for protecting patients, staff, visitors, and property. However, there have been complaints about the VA pol…
 
Welcome to the ECHO Rotorwash podcast! We have been MIA for a while, but we're back! This is the first podcast in a few months for the team here at Rotorwash, and we wanted to take a minute and update the audience on some things that are to come! In true ECHO fashion, we have decided to go in a different direction. In this episode, new Co-Host Doug…
 
We feature an update from the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire on this weekend’s show. Jeff Rapsis, Executive Director of the museum joins us to talk about the museum and how they have modified their exhibits and attractions for COVID-19 guidelines. The museum features historic artifacts, archives, and exhibits about aviation in New Hampshire. Seve…
 
Episode 1 – What To Expect In An Event Investigation Local 591 is proud to post the inaugural episode of the TWU-IAM Association, TechOps ASAP PodCast featuring host Safety of Flight and Compliance Coordinator Brad Brugger, along with TechOps ASAP ERC members Bud Brown from the IAM and Joe Absalon from TWU Local 591.…
 
Skulls give researchers a great deal of insight into how an animal might have evolved, and skulls can be sensibly compared between species and groups of animals. The 10,000 species of bird around the world are what’s left of an even more diverse group, the dinosaurs. But research on their skulls has revealed that despite the birds’ exceptional dive…
 
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