Ground Effect Aviation Podcast
By Parimal Satyal
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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.
||Clean3. Binod Puri, Nepalese Mountain Flying Pilot||Holiday mountain flying special! In episode 3, we speak to senior Nepalese mountain flying captain Binod Puri right after he flies me to Lukla, the "world's most dangerous airport". Tenzing-Hillary airport is an exceptional altiport: a one-way 1.729ft (||30 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2. Frédéric, Flight Instructor and Physiotherapist||In our second episode, we speak to my flight instructor Frédéric. I've been flying with Frédéric for a couple of months now and this episode was a chance to learn more about what made him want to change careers and become a pilot relatively late in||28 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1. Antoine, European A320 Pilot and Aviation Podcast Host||In our first episiode, we speak to Antoine, an A320 pilot, a French-language aviation podcast host and previously an air traffic controller in Switzerland. We talk about pilot training in Europe, his own journey from air traffic controller to pilot, the||10 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|