The weekly podcast that explores and expands your passion for aviation.
A podcast devoted to airplane owners and the maintenance of their airplanes.
Every other week the experts at AOPA bring you up to speed on all things flying.
Where aviation comes to study!
Experts Mike Busch, Paul New, and Colleen Sterling answer your toughest aviation maintenance questions. Submit questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. New episodes are released the first of every month.
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News and conversation about the world of General Aviation flying.
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 ...
Join hosts Shelly Price and Stephanie Hubka as they take a weekly look at the facts, details, and surprises behind some of the disasters that occur at 35,000 feet.
Like the title says it is everything about airplanes! Here are a list of things that I will be adding: -History -Engineering -Types -Education -Investments Enjoy and check it out! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/miles-venere/support
Jason and the Podcasting God Blake Clayton (amen) take a break from the grind and sit down on our favorite loveseat every week to watch and discuss some of the most odd and misunderstood television pilots of the past. There is such a treasure trove of bizarre viewing out there and we're just the jerks to dig em' up and make a show about them. Watch along with us and join in on the conversation!
Get to know Hermeus and the future of hypersonic aircraft travel. Hermeus is a startup developing hypersonic aircraft to connect the world faster than ever before. At Mach 5, more than twice the speed of the supersonic Concorde, passengers will be able to cross the Atlantic in 90 minutes.
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 ...
Assorted stories from NPR
Podcast by Airplane Rollerblades
The inside and out of the Aviation Industry!
Airplanes changed the world Cover art photo provided by Andrew Ridley on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@aridley88
Flying is described as long periods of boredom interrupted by short intermittent periods of extreme terror. On the lessons from the podcast show, we debrief the most intriguing pilots, aircrew members, maintainers, and aviation enthusiasts from all over the world. We investigate the tactics, techniques, and procedures cultivated during extreme military, commercial, and private flight operations. Our exploration gives listeners practical advice on how the aviation world works and expands crit ...
Hot Rods of the Sky is hosted by Kevin Kimball, and his two kids Kallin and Kaity Kimball. Kevin has been in the aviation community for over 50 years and has raised his children in the community as well. This podcast takes a deep dive into the amazing stories behind the airplanes of JKE Works (formerly Jim Kimball Enterprises). From airplane restorations with an incredible history behind them to brand new innovative designs that made the Kimball name a staple in aviation.
Travel the world with Flight Attendant Betty!!! This is a airline and travel podcast with funny stories from the airplane and around the world!! I actually have a book coming out...if go to my website www.bettyinthesky.com you can find out more about the book and e-book!
Every weekday for over three decades, Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse.
From the creator of the Hush-Kit aviation blog, comes the alternative aviation podcast. An insightful, dark and witty exploration of everything from MiGs to Spitefuls. Interviews with pilots and experts, satire, analysis and histories from the world of aviation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"INTERESTING, INTROSPECTIVE AND IRREVERENT" ### "Robert, Lee & Scott Are The Top Tier When It Comes To Aviation Education and Entertainment." ### "YOU WILL FIND NO BETTER SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE, LAUGHS AND FRUSTRATION FOR LEARNING ALL OR NOTHING WHEN IT COMES TO THE FAR/AIM." ### "Never In The History Of Flying Have The Federal Aviation Regulations Been Covered In Such An Unprofessional Yet Entertaining Way." ### "With Hundreds Of Combined Aviation Years Coursing Through Their Veins, The Listen ...
A true crime podcast in the air. Lifelong aviation enthusiast Gustavo Sorola and his co-host Chris Demarais break down the major accidents in aviation and the steps taken to prevent future disasters. If you like true-crime podcasts but want something fresh and unique, you’ll love Black Box Down. Subscribe now and fasten your seat belt.
All The S**t I’ve Learned Abroad is an international travel podcast with production spanning the globe. Canadian hosts Steph Paige and Andrea Gillis record remotely between Melbourne, Australia and London, England to bring listeners lessons learned through decades of travelling. Together, the pair have visited almost every exotic location in the world… and some not so exotic. With only the most extreme destinations left unexplored, not by choice, the duo have a wealth of firsthand knowledge ...
Paper Airplanes is a podcast that explores the stories and lives of healthcare travelers all over the country.
The Next Trip is a weekly podcast with aviation insiders Doug and Drew, who together bring more than 40 years of industry experience as a professional pilot and a hub operations manager at a major airline. Join them, and their frequent guests, as they create a network for other AvGeeks and travel enthusiasts to obsess about all things aviation. Doug and Drew discuss today’s aviation news, share personal operational stories, regale listeners with trip reviews, and engage in friendly AvGeek ba ...
Tune in to the Talking Aerospace Today Podcast, where Siemens talks about the innovations in the area of aerospace with industry leaders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben and Suzy watch stupid airplane movies and discuss their merits and demerits in this lighthearted podcast.
Experience the legacy of the world’s most iconic airline, Pan American World Airways. Brought to you by the Pan Am Museum in Garden City, New York, The Pan Am Podcast brings Pan Am’s 64-year history to life through engaging storytelling and insightful interviews from Pan Am employees, passengers, historians, authors, fashionistas, and aviation enthusiasts! Subscribe and consider becoming a museum member, or making a donation, so we can continue creating content like The Pan Am Podcast. The P ...
The NEW official BTR show for tea party activist and organizer Eric Odom.
4 (Student) Pilots hangar flying about their experiences with flight training and enjoying all things aviation.
A bunch of idiots, drinking and talking about conspiracies.
On the step is the ultimate one stop podcast for all thing’s floatplanes and flying boats. It’s my mission, to interview people within our industry to get you the most interesting, amazing and relevant stories.
Hi my name is Ben and I'm from Melbourne, Australia and I host the show Travelman Podcast. I'll have some very special guests from time to time, they'll share with me and you their travel experiences! I'll also be sharing funny and interesting facts for you to enjoy! Sit back and welcome to the Travelman Podcast!
Flight Training Radio a part of the pilots inner circle.
Join Amy as she explores the world of planes and teaches us how they work! Listen to Fun Kids on DAB Digital Radio and online across the UK!
Podcast by Jon Amadio
We’re all looking to live smarter in a world that won't slow down. So take a deep breath, and listen to Airplane Mode. Each week, host Clay Skipper interviews the most thoughtful people we know—business geniuses, writers, fashion designers, comedians, pro athletes, artists, and beyond—and steals their secrets to creativity, success, surviving tech, and staying sane. Brought to you by GQ.
Aviation Emergency Communications is a collection of FFA cockpit audio recordings from accidents and incidences.
The plane flew an impressive 252 feet. Chee Yie Jian created the prototype. He said his design and his partner's "rocket arm" had the winning combination.By NPR
The pilot shortage, flying Icelandic Air, air mobility initiative, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, Boeing E-7 Wedgetail, funding travel, airborne nuclear command and control aircraft, Aviation and Aerospace Media Awards, and aviation careers. Also, eVTOL certification, BA pilots, the 1,500-hour rule, an all-electric seaglider, and locked …
Have you ever seen one of these? It’s a SureFly Ignition Module, or “SIM” for short: I recently had an opportunity to install one on an E33A Bonanza, so I thought I’d do a podcast episode about it. Hopefully you’ll find this information helpful if you’re considering a SureFly, and for me, I find it helpful to document the process. For this installa…
A Fairchild Metroliner SSA26 flips upside down just before making an emergency landing. Propair Flight 420 has just taken off from Montreal but must turn back due to a warning message. The left wing is overheating and as the pilots try to figure out what's happening, the left engine catches on fire. Seconds before the crew touches down on the runwa…
Finland and Sweden have long kept a careful balance — and neutral position — between the West and Russia. But that changed after Moscow invaded Ukraine.By NPR
Trees are on the move. Because of climate change, the world’s forests are heading north. What does this mean for us and our survival?By NPR
Each year, one cow can belch 220 pounds of the greenhouse gas methane. Animal scientist Ermias Kebreab experimented with alternative cow diets and found a surprising solution: seaweed.By NPR
Geothermal energy is a clean, renewable, nearly limitless energy source. Technologist Jamie Beard wants us to use more of it — and to do that, she's recruiting experts from the fossil fuel industry.By NPR
Materials scientist Andrew Dent takes us on a tour of the "materials library" where companies can find existing materials to reuse in their products—from chewing gum, to fish scales, to cow manure.By NPR
Manufacturers intentionally make their products hard to fix. Right-to-repair advocate Gay Gordon-Byrne fights for laws to stop companies from monopolizing repairs and let people fix their own stuff.By NPR
An even more contagious omicron subvariant is fueling yet another surge of infections in the U.S. The number of hospitalizations is growing.By Rob Stein
An even more contagious omicron subvariant is fueling yet another surge of infections in the U.S. The number of hospitalizations is growing.By NPR
More than a thousand soldiers were evacuated from a steel plant as Russia consolidates its control of Mariupol. Ukraine says tens of thousands of people were killed during months of bombardment.By Leila Fadel
More than a thousand soldiers were evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant, and Russia is consolidating control of Mariupol. It is making plans to annex the southwestern parts of the country.By NPR
The Finnish brewery is making the case with a case of beer. The brew is called OTAN, a play on a Finnish expression that means "I'll have a beer." It's also the French abbreviation for NATO.By KUOW Staff
A Finnish brewery is making the case with a case of beer. The brew is called OTAN, a play on a Finnish expression that means "I'll have a beer." It's also the French abbreviation for NATO.By NPR
The plane flew an impressive 252 feet. Chee Yie Jian created the prototype. He said his design and his partner's "rocket arm" had the winning combination.By KUOW Staff
The pop star has spent a life on the go, so the pandemic offered him a rare chance for reflection, to separate the person from the pop star. Also, of course, to record a new album.By NPR
President Biden is on his first trip to Asia since taking office. In South Korea and Japan, he'll try to coordinate more closely with them on priorities including strategic competition with China.By Rachel Martin
In this week's StoryCorps, a worker at Mississippi's last remaining clinic that performs abortions, talks about her experiences.By Eleanor Vassili
A grid reliability report says power outages are likely in parts of the Midwest, California and Texas. The Western drought and a mismatch between supply and peak summer demand are some reasons why.By Laura Benshoff
The pop star has spent a life on the go, so the pandemic offered him a rare chance for reflection, to separate the person from the pop star. Also, of course, to record a new album.By Leila Fadel
President Biden is on his first trip to Asia since taking office. In South Korea and Japan, he'll try to coordinate more closely with them on priorities including strategic competition with China.By NPR
A grid reliability report says power outages are likely in parts of the Midwest, California and Texas. The Western drought and a mismatch between supply and peak summer demand are some reasons why.By NPR
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to House Democratic Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland about a newly passed bill targeting domestic terrorism, and the partisan divides that make Senate approval unlikely.By NPR
In this week's StoryCorps, a worker at Mississippi's last remaining clinic that performs abortions, talks about her experiences.By NPR
Prices for gas, food and other items are rising. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Cecilia Rouse, chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, about what the White House is doing to bring down inflation.By KUOW Staff
British scientists had been trying to catch lobsters and crabs without using fish. They decided to bate their traps with LED lights. The light show did attract a lot of scallops.By KUOW Staff
Sisters Jill and Erin each gave birth to baby boys on the same day in the same hospital. They were just down the hall from each other when they delivered their newborns — five hours apart.By KUOW Staff
Golf's PGA Championship gets underway Thursday in Tula, Okla., but defending champ Phil Mickelson won't be there after he made inflammatory comments about a new Saudi-backed golf tour.By Leila Fadel
The one million U.S. deaths from COVID-19 happened out of sight for most Americans. It was often nurses who were caring for these patients and bearing witness to their deaths.By Will Stone
A court hearing will be held Thursday in Buffalo, N.Y., for the white man accused of going on a deadly, racist rampage at a supermarket in a mostly Black neighborhood.By Rachel Martin
A Russian soldier has pleaded guilty in a Kyiv courtroom to killing an unarmed Ukrainian a few days after the war began.By KUOW Staff
This is the second half of episode #105 Check out Jeff on Pilot Ground: https://club.pilotground.com/u/aebe3a4dBy Pilot Ground
Go to flight school this week and learn all about Airspaces. Gustavo sits down with Chris to teach him all about the different airspaces in the United States. Find out how many there are in this episode of Black Box Down. Sponsored by HelloFresh (http://hellofresh.com/blackboxdown16 and use code blackboxdown16) and The Jordan Harbinger Show (http:/…
After losing three engines and plummeting toward the North Atlantic Ocean, the worst was yet to come for the passengers and crew of Flying Tiger 923. Join Stephanie for the second part of this truly incredible story! Don't miss a single legacy: join our Patreon for exclusive air disaster stories, layover episodes, and surprises! Visit our website a…
The U.S. Soccer Federation said it has agreed with its men's and women's national teams to pay them the same amounts for all games and competitions and split prize money from World Cup appearances.By Tom Goldman
The Conservative Political Action Conference is in Hungary this week, with a keynote from Prime Minister Viktor Orban. He has clamped down on democratic institutions and targeted minority groups.By Mara Liasson
A key U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania is too close to call. North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn, a freshman Republican who's been beset by scandal, has been ousted in a heated primary.By Leila Fadel
In 2013, Cierra Bosarge asked Cole to attend her high school graduation. He did and said he would be at her college graduation if she got into a 4-year school. She graduated last week; he was there.By KUOW Staff
The engineering students invented something called "Tastee Tape" — possibly the world's first edible tape that can stick to food. Gone are the days of burritos, gyros and wraps falling apart.By KUOW Staff
Mexico this week marked a grim milestone: The number of people officially listed as disappeared now exceeds 100,000. Many are innocent victims of organized gangs involved in the drug trade.By Carrie Kahn
Clinics, in states where abortion will remain legal even if Roe v. Wade is overturned, worry about the influx of women traveling to their states. Will they be able to accommodate them all?By Will Stone
There have been two mass shootings in New York since April. NPR's Rachel Martin asks gun control advocate Nick Suplina, if tougher gun laws would have made a difference.By KUOW Staff
This is a short episode of Lessons from the Cockpit to explain where I've been for two weeks. My wife and I volunteered for Colonel Gail Halvorsen Memorial service being held this week, 20-21 May 2022, at two Utah Valley airports: Provo Airport's new terminal, and Spanish Fork Airport. The Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation World War II-era Dougl…
In Buffalo, N.Y., people are still struggling to comprehend Saturday's attack that killed 10 people at a supermarket. Authorities say a self-avowed white supremacist targeted Black people.By Rachel Martin
It had to be on Kai Neukerman's wish list to play with Pearl Jam. Neukerman left the Oakland arena saying it felt surreal, but also with a bit of immortality.By KUOW Staff