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Flaps is the Sony Award and New York Award-winning podcast for those who like flying - be it in the left seat, the right seat or sat as a passenger in a rear seat! It's hosted by Mark and Elliott, two private pilots in the UK who thought that flying was too much fun not to talk about. We're as interested in the people who fly as we are in their aircraft.
||CleanFlaps Podcast - Mar 2016||Flaps 22. In this edition we speak to pilot and astronaut Chris Hadfield; Pablo wishes he could go into space; 'Bush Pilot' Paul Catanach; the BJJR Bulldog gyrocopter; and the CAA on the airspace change process||27 3 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCAA Airspace 1 - September 2011||Produced by Flaps, a podcast from the UK Civil Aviation Authority, explaining changes to airspace around London for the 2012 Olympics.||31 8 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 8 Extended - The Feeling||Flaps 8 Extended: The Feeling. We had The Feeling pop in for a chat. We fulfilled record company obligations by fleetingly mentioning their great new album Together We Were Made, but then we talked flying. We couldn’t get as much as we wanted into the r||24 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 8 Extended - Concorde||Flaps 8 Extended: Concorde G-BOAC at Manchester. Elliott visited Manchester Airport’s Runway Visitor Park. He was pretty excited and got carried away. Like the Concorde at Mach 2, he found himself growing a few inches. And he recorded much more than we||23 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 8 - July 2011||Flaps 8. In this edition of Flaps: Richard and Dan from The Feeling, a record-breaking aviator, a visit to Concorde G-BOAC, Pablo Mason on being friendly, and good news from Pet PPL Karl.||22 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 7 Extended - RAF Museum, Cosford||Flaps 7 Extended: RAF Museum, Cosford. A longer version of our visit to the museum, as heard in the regular Flaps 7.||15 6 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 7 - June 2011||Flaps 7. In this edition of Flaps: Wolves goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann; the RAF Museum at Cosford; Pablo Mason talks about Cold War flying; and SkyDemon Light.||11 6 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 6 - April 2011||Flaps 6. We speak to the CAA about London 2012 airspace closures, 90-year-old former Spitfire pilot Margaret Frost, 12-year-old trainee Otto Dawes, celebrity chopper pilot Mike Smith, and Pablo Mason asks how big the RAF should be.||4 4 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 5 - Winter 2011||Flaps 5. This month we speak to a student pilot whose engine failed in the circuit; winter weather tips from Simon Keeling; Pablo talks about surviving eject from fast jets; and we get our first female celebrity pilot||10 1 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 4 - October 2010||Flaps 4. This month we speak to John Farley, one of the Harrier test pilots; Celebrity Pilot is BBC F1 reporter Ted Kravitz; Pablo Mason talks about the best aircraft he's ever flown; and we look ahead to The Flying Show exhibition.||2 11 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 3 - September 2010||Flaps 3. This month we speak to legendary Pink Floyd drummer (and pilot) Nick Mason; we catch up with two former BA Concorde crew; Pablo ejects; and our Pet PPL reaches a milestone in his flying career.||28 9 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 2 - August 2010||Flaps 2. Featuring a revealing interview with Peter Burkill, the captain of the BA 777 that crashed at Heathrow in 2008; former airline and RAF pilot Pablo Mason tells us how to prove your son is actually a forces pilot; and student pilot Karl.||11 8 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFlaps 1 - July 2010||Flaps 1. The first Flaps featuring pilot and former MP Lembit Opik; a Vulcan bomber's high-speed taxi run; ash-in-engines-shock Captain Eric Moody; our new student PPL; and a welcome to straight-talking former airline and RAF pilot Pablo Mason.||14 7 2010||Free||View in iTunes|
Refreshing aviation podcast
Very well produced with entertaining content and contributors, looking forward to episode 2
Superb work. First podcast I've ever found which is worth subscribing to. Very interesting and funny at the same time. Looking forward to episode 3 - just wish I didn't have to wait a month for it.
Simply great! And British as well (I am personally fed up with mainly americans talking about GA).