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Podcasting Aviation Greatness Since 2008. The Airplane Geeks talk about the latest in the airline industry, general aviation, and military aviation. If it flies, we are talking about it.
||AirplaneGeeks 295 – Air Travel as a Jigsaw Puzzle||Steven Frischling (“Fish”) builds jigsaw puzzles that divine the state of air travel, and he might be unique in his methodology. Fish also follows aviation security pretty closely. We talk with him about what he sees in the air travel industry, inc[.||4/16/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 294 – A Huge Hole in the Airport Fence||Guest Robin Petgrave has over 10,000 hours of flight experience, and is Chief Pilot and President of Celebrity Helicopters, providing helicopter tours, charters, flight training, helicopter ferrying, and entertainment industry production work. Robi[...]||4/9/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 293 – An Aerospace Engineer||Guest Hillel Glazer joins in our conversation about the effects of Malaysia Airlines MH370: The media frenzy, crowd-sourcing the search, public access to information and how that affects the search and investigation, remote ground control of airlin[...]||4/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 292 – Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad||David and Max talk about the FAA/EAA agreement for Airventure, a unique Delta perk, and nano particle technology applied to jet engines. The Australia Desk covers increased air traffic activity due to the search for MH370, and a Tiger Moth AD. In t[...]||3/26/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 291 – What MH 370 Means to Aviation||We talk with guest Henry Harteveldt about Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 and it’s impact on the airline, on Malaysia, and on the travel industry in general. Wo look at aircraft communications and speculation in the press in the face of changin[...]||3/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 290 – David Parker Brown, Airline Reporter||Guest David Parker Brown from AirlineReporter.com knows the airline industry, and he also plays a big role in the annual Aviation Geek Fest in Seattle. In 2014, the two-day event included the Museum of Flight Restoration Center and tours of the Fut[...]||3/12/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 289 – Airplane Geeks Unplugged||We tackle the show without a guest, and take the opportunity to to fly largely unedited for a more raw, intimate episode. We talk about flying ability based on gender and airliner recycling as alternative housing. On the technology front, we look a[...]||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 288 – Society of Aviation and Flight Educators||Doug Stewart is a Master Certified Flight Instructor, a Gold Seal Instructor, and a Designated Pilot Examiner. He’s a Founding and Charter member of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators and is the current Executive Director of SAFE. SAFE se[...||2/26/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 287 – Mary Kirby and the Runway Girl Network||Mary Kirby’s new Runway Girl Network is an online framework “where air transport intelligence meets the passenger experience.” We talk with Mary about aircraft interiors, inflight connectivity driving operational benefits, airline seat size from a||2/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 286 – Jason Rabinowitz, the AirlineFlyer||Freelance aviation journalist Jason Rabinowitz joins us to talk about FAA deadlines, passenger behaviour on charter flights, and the state of U.S. airport infrastructure. Also, the best aviation museums, Jetblue’s new FlyFi system, travel tec[...]||2/12/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 285 – Flying Around the World||Mike Collins flew with pilot and aviation businessman Mike Laver around the world in a Mitsubishi MU–2 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the MU–2’s first flight. The 26,568 nautical mile journey required 98 hours of flight time. More inform||2/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 284 – Industry Analysis from Richard Aboulafia||Richard Aboulafia is Vice President of Analysis with the Teal Group. He consultants for and advises many aerospace companies, and has published articles in Aviation Week, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Professional Pilot, and[...]||1/29/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 283 – Aviation Accident Animation||Jack Suchocki (a former Eastern Airlines Captain) is President of Eyewitness Animations. They create professional forensic animations and courtroom graphics, including aviation accident reconstruction. These are used for investigations and litigati[...]||1/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 282 – Airplane Geeks, not Drone-o-Phobes||Max, Rob, and David talk about why we’ve seen so many airline orders, why pilots land at the wrong airport, and why is it taking so long for the FAA to allow drones in the national airspace. Plus, listener recordings and emails. The week’s aviation[.||1/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 281 – Women of Aviation Week is Coming!||We talk with Victoria Neuville Zajko about Women of Aviation Week, March 3-9, 2014, where young women are introduced to flying and aviation through a number of events around the world. Victoria tells us how to contribute by creating and sponsoring [...]||1/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 280 – OpenAirplane with Rod Rakic and Adam Fast||OpenAirplane co-founders Rod Rakic and Adam Fast talk about the platform that makes it easy for pilots away from home to rent airplanes. Pilots fly more, increase their proficiency, and aircraft utilization is higher. Learn more about OpenAirplane [...||1/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 279 – NTSB Investigation of Asiana Flight 214||Bill English is Investigator in Charge with the Office of Aviation Safety at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and he walks us through the NTSB investigation of the July 6, 2013 crash of Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco Internationa[...]||12/18/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 278 – Professor Scooter||Guest Scott Winter is Assist Professor of Aviation Sciences, College of Aeronautics, Florida Institute of Technology. We talk about the aviation programs at Florida Tech, the research Scott is conducting, his experience working at Cirrus, and Fligh[...]||12/11/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 277 – Benet Wilson, the Aviation Queen||Benet Wilson joins to talk about H.R. 1848: Small Airplane Revitalization Act of 2013 (SARA) and the role of the General Aviation cacuses in House and Senate, China’s easing of GA flight requirements, Wichita’s relationship building wit[...]||12/4/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||AirplaneGeeks 276 – Max Trescott||Guest Max Trescott joins the conversation with us on Dubai Air Show orders and the Boeing 777X, the future of General Aviation and what pilots need to do now, the new FAA mandate for sleep apnea testing, FCC considering inflight cell phone use, and[...]||11/27/13||Free||View In iTunes|
Truck driver/airplane geek extrodinaire
Thanks for an awesome show, you have kept me awake and amused for many miles. Keep up the good work, and if you ever need an opinion from someone who doesnt have a clue, just let me know!
Airline Lovers Rejoyce!
This is a REAL nice podcast for aviation news- espically airline enthusiasts! Courtney and Max are awesome podcasters, they make you always come back for more every time you use iTunes.
Good Podcast If you like Airplanes
I love this podcast. It is the best thing i have ever found on I tunes. I give it a thumbs up.