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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 ...
 
AVIATE with Shaesta brings some of the most interesting female aviators together- trailblazers, record-setters, mothers, adventurers, entrepreneurs- to have honest conversations about what it means to be a woman in aviation. Join Shaesta Waiz, the Youngest Woman to Fly Solo Around the World, as she goes around the world (via a podcast) and connects with the industry to have honest conversations about being a woman in aviation. AVIATE, which stands for Acknowledge, Vocalize, Inclusion, Act, T ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the AvGeek Chronicles Podcast, hosted by pilot and aviation enthusiast Colin Hodges. On this podcast you will find a plethora of audio experiences from first hand insight into training that he goes through, interviews with fellow millennial aviators that are making a difference, and other random but great aviation content which will have everyone saying "I'm an AvGeek" after listening to an episode. Colin is the perfect example of putting your dreams into flight and he wants to he ...
 
Welcome to The Airplane Intel Podcast, the only aviation podcast that helps aircraft buyers, owners, and operators make smarter, more informed decisions. On the show, we compare airplanes, interview airplane owners, and industry experts and, of course, share our real-world tips as professional pilots and mechanics working in the field with aircraft buyers and owners.
 
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.
 
Hosted by Aaron Henriques, a former British police officer and private pilot licence holder of over ten years. Aaron has decided to start his professional flying training and will be sharing his own experiences throughout his Commercial Pilots training course, ATPL exams, his flying experiences, aviation industry news, job opportunities and much more. Follow Aaron on Instagram @AaronHenray or visit his website www.aaronhenray.com. If you'd like to be on the podcast, email podcast@aaronhenray ...
 
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As Oshkosh came and went in 2021, the Simpleflight Crew celebrated the completion of our 9th year. During the time of Covid, we didn't get a complete season out, but are very excited for our 10th season. So we wanted to start this season with something we've not talked about previously and that is a hot topic. After all our shows, we thought it wou…
 
In case you aren’t already familiar with today’s guest, Gilbert Ott is an ever-curious traveler and one of the world’s leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning more than 200,000 miles a year (with the exception of 2020 and 2021, for obvious reasons!), and his travel exploits are regularly featured on Good M…
 
Kirsten Bartok Touw is the founder and managing partner at AirFinance, which specializes in structured finance, leasing, and the financing of aircraft, with emphasis on emerging markets. In addition, Kirsten is the Co-President, COO, and Director of New Vista, a special purpose acquisition company. Prior to AirFinance, she was Vice President, Strat…
 
Welcome back to episode 187 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today’s podcast features, Chris White. Chris has had quite the path to becoming a professional pilot. From finding out he gets motion sick in small planes, to having bad eyesight and completing a career as a cop. Chris, decided corporate aviation was for him. I’d you enjoy the podcast, chec…
 
On this episode we discuss: Doug getting his 737 type rating Neeleman and his non-737 airline Breeze 787 deliveries delayed due to FAA inspections Ryanair walks away from 737 Max order American and Alaska end pay protections for unvaxed staff Next Trip air travel volume predictions https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/…
 
Our guest this week is Erika Armstrong. With a following of over 400,000 aviation enthusiasts, Erika is a pilot, VP of Business for Advanced Aircrew Academy, and Professor at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. In 2000, Armstrong released her first book, “A Chick in the Cockpit”, where she shares her life journey in becoming a pilot and th…
 
Avination welcome back to the pilot to pilot podcast episode 186. Today’s episode is with Cal Fire! Have you ever wondered what the life of an aerial firefighter is like? Then this podcast is for you. Jimmy and Jeff come on and talk everything about CalFire. Follow @californiafirepilotassocc, @pilottopilot and the BEST COFFEE @pilotscoffee.…
 
On this episode, Doug and Drew discuss the following: Upset recoveries AvGeek bubble baths in Burlingame, CA Airports named after a city they're not located in (or near) Cargo CRJ-200 Philippine Airlines bankruptcy Gulfstream's new G700 Grounded PW4000 powered 777s are getting new paint - hopefully flying soon Would you rather fly the first 777 del…
 
In this podcast episode, I have a conversation with the legendary Patty Wagstaff on the topic of travel and aviation. Patty grew up around aviation because of her father, who was a commercial airline pilot for Japan Airlines. In 1978, Patty moved from Australia to Alaska and began her flight training, earning her wings to fly. In 1984, she entered …
 
Avination, welcome back to episode 185 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today's episode is with Gary Krasnov. Gary comes on to share his aviation story and how he got involved with aviation retirement. If you like the podcast make sure to share it with all your friends! Best Coffee - Pilot's Coffee @pilotscoffee Instagram - @pilottopilot Sponsors Avi…
 
Stephanie Chung, our guest today, grew up around aviation because of her father, a Master Sergent, who served in the United States Air Force. She started her aviation career young, working for a Major US Airline- in various roles like working at the ticket counter, ground handlining, loading luggage, and eventually sales.Stephanie realized her pass…
 
Avination, welcome back to episode 184 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today’s podcast is with Trevor Aldridge. Trevor who recently served as Thunderbird #2 is now a corporate pilot navigating the civilian life. Find out why Trevor went the military route, how he put himself in a position to become a Thunderbird pilot and what life is like outside t…
 
Today’s Episode is a follow up and add on to the last Episode and because, as the music tells you, Chad’s back, and we’re really building on what we talked about last time. Not just becoming a flight instructor, but more like transcending that stuff you learn to get the certificate, and getting really deep into the real back story about what it tak…
 
Topics discussed on this episode: ACARS air to ground communications ITA replaces Alitalia CRAF is activated to move US citizens and Afghans out of Kabul Doug and Drew on how to get into an aviation career You know you work for an airline when... https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/By Doug and Drew
 
In this podcast episode, I speak with pilot, producer, television star, and founder of a non-profit organization, Ariel Tweto. You may know Ariel from the Discovery Channel's hit, Flying Wild Alaska. Yup, that show was based on Ariel's family and their aviation business in Alaska. Ariel is from Unalakleet, Alaska. She is an avid runner and loves ou…
 
Avination welcome back to episode 183 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today’s episode is with Leigh Hubner from Hangar 145. Leigh has an awesome story, moving from Australia to the US to pursue filmmaking, buying a plane, convincing his wife and kids to move to an air park and buying more planes. Leigh’s story is awesome and will be sure to inspire …
 
Drew continues to run the operation hard this week while Doug flies the 737 simulator and takes a 777 joy ride to visit Houston which was voted the top US airport. Topics discussed: Load factors are decreasing to more sustainable/manageable levels 737 landings More jumpseating and more chicken orzo Delta variant is hurting Southwest's bookings Busi…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Sept 20, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: AOPA repeats call to protect flight training, top FBO chain embraces pricing, fee transparency, Boeing 20-year pilot outlook indicates 20-percent decline, AOPA releases findings of annual weather survey, and computer p…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Sept 13, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Cirrus Aircraft opening new facilities in Arizona and Texas, public safety spotlighted in an effort to curb aircraft laser strikes, one fundraiser provides the chance to fly P-51 Mustang, the FAA investigates Branson’s…
 
Hope you're having a great Labor Day! Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Sept 6, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Why NASA is analyzing Joby noise, Flightaware will be joining Collins Aerospace, one Bahamas airport is proposing a $28-per passenger fee on GA, winglet maker climbs out of bankrupt…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Aug 30, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Pilots to start reaping benefits of the NOTAM modernization effort, Sonex goes high with new model's wing, OBAP Conference harnesses virtual networking, and Samaritan Aviation's Mark Palm counts blessings after a bout w…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Aug 23, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Why GA pilots worked so hard to bring unleaded fuel to Reid-Hillview Airport, an AOPA advocacy win in Rhode Island, the FAA updates the list of cold temperature airports, renames program, you'll have a chance to talk to…
 
Liz Booker is a pilot, writer for children and young adults, and mother of three. She retired from a 28-year career in the U.S. Coast Guard as a helicopter pilot and foreign diplomat in 2019 to write full time. She holds a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University, a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts, an…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Aug 16, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: AOPA issues a call to action: help protect flight training, pilots are being encouraged to help spot fires in Oregon, avionics sales down, DPE system reform taking shape, and hurdles remain for GA pilots flying to Canad…
 
Shout out to our sponsors Garmin Aviation, RAA, Learn The Finer Points and AOPA. RAA - Aviation retirement help visit RAA.com/pilottopilot Avination what is going on and welcome back to episode 182 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today's episode is with Joe Costanza aka Bananasssssssss on IG. Joe, who currently flies for Spirit airlines talks about …
 
On this episode, Doug and Drew discuss the following: Doug's jumpseat observation rides Newark, NJ as a destination Nonrev troubles Spirit and American cancel thousands of flights United to require vaccinations for all employees GE CF-6 engine celebrates 50 years Listener feedback Join the conversation https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Aug 9, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: The Phillips 66 Aerostars helping to promote scholarships for women, inspirational pilot Jessica Cox pursuing her third-class medical and four-seat aircraft, a new podcast highlighting women in aviation, the Pulitzer Tro…
 
Ep. 181 - Garmin has done it again, if you remember a few years ago Garmin came on the podcast to announce the Collier award winning Auto Land. And now Garmin has done it again with, Smart Glide. I was blown away for this whole podcast and really wish this technology was available when I had an engine failure a few years ago. Want more information …
 
These last few months have really been something for me. I think the best way to describe it is as a total reset. All of the hard lessons learned over the last year and a half, plus all of the great stuff too, all put back together in a new package, and with that, the show’s finally back. And with a bang because Chad’s here, and I’ve got a great re…
 
In today’s episode, we are going to find out what it’s like to buy, fly, and own a King Air 90. We’ll be talking about the pros and cons of King Air ownership, from how to buy one and get proper training, to insurance and ownership costs, plus a whole lot more. Our guest, David will also explain the differences in the King Air 90 models, popular mo…
 
On this episode, Doug and Drew discuss the following topics: Managerial training (Drew lets someone else drive the bus for a few days) Doug is leaving the 737 aka Guppy/FLUF/Whistling Sh!tcan already?! Checking to see if you were listening Ironman is back at LAX Western U.S. fuel shortage Condor replaces its aging 767s Airbus launches the A350 frei…
 
Thanks so much for tuning into the Pilot Briefing Podcast for the week of Aug 2, 2021. In this episode you will learn more about: Why the FAA is standing by the directive that created flight training crisis, GAMI receives unleaded avgas STC, diversity is in demand as the FAA seeks ATC job applicants, Joby stretches its EVTOL legs, and read more Osh…
 
In this episode, we dive into this taboo topic as it relates to aviation. Linda and I discuss the expectations for women in aviation, social media pressures on mental health, the TV series, Mad Man, motherhood, and hear stories of people in the aviation community and mental health. Join the conversation.…
 
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