So, what are my aviation podcasts about? Well, just listen, it’s “the view from my side of the cockpit door”, I guess the best way to describe it is that I’m here to express my opinion and perspective as a pilot in the commercial airline industry. I am not an aviation journalist. I am not a travel expert. I cannot tell you anything about frequent flyer programs. There are plenty of great blogs and podcasts that cover that (and I’ll let you know which ones I like best). What can I talk about? Weather and how it pertains to my job, piloting, aviation safety (I graduated from the Accident Investigation and Flight Safety School at the University of Southern California/Norton Air Force Base), layovers, etc. I talk about news in the industry, travel-related stuff, incidents and accidents, and more. As I said, just have a listen. I hope you will enjoy the show!Capt. Jeff
New Aviation Podcasts
United sends blunt message to its pilots warning about safety. Boeing CEO explains that B-757 is a very small niche market, and you should not expect them to be making any more. Southwest grounds 128 aircraft due to lapsed inspections.
In this episode: Scorpion stings, ticketing snafus, the FAA’s proposed Unmanned Aircraft Systems rules, simulators, automation and more.
In this episode: TransAsia’s pilots tested and retrained; a US Airways E190 lands nosegear up at Houston Intercontinental; High-altitude Ice Crystal Icing; Envoy CRJ makes emergency landing at Tulsa, your feedback and more!